"Great for families with younger children"
Score 5.0 / 5
Scranton isn't much of a tourist destination. It was difficult to find restaurants (non-chain) that could accommodate our large group. I do highly suggest Nana's Pasta House in Moosic! A great small family owned Italian restaurant. The watermark at Montage Mountain was fun, but for about $45 per person for food, their zip-rider, and admission, it was a little overpriced. After about 4 hours, we had had enough. It is definitely geared toward younger families and kids, not teenagers. Marywood University hosted our group during our week of service and they were fantastic. The dorms were great, the food was above and beyond what we typically expect, and they were available (suggest local places) to help when needed. Overall we enjoyed our stay in Scranton where our youth group was able to repair homes of the elderly, disabled, and low-income families.