Nestled in the Pennsylvania Endless Mountains along the Susquehanna River, Tunkhannock is on the National Register of Historic places. Stroll the tree lined streets through the historic districts with many significant commercial and residential buildings. Visit our independent and friendly business owners who are committed to the relationships they build with their customers.
A short drive northeast from Wilkes Barre and Dallas, or northwest from Scranton and Clarks Summit; Tunkhannock is part of the Endless Mountains region that offers countless opportunities for recreation in all weather. The region also boasts several wineries, antique shops, and art studios. The Tunkhannock Business and Professional Association invites you to come and explore what is special about Tunkhannock.
Peoples Security Bank major presenting sponsor of Tunkhannock’s Founder’s Day. Representatives of the Tunkhannock Business and Professional Association accept event sponsorship from Peoples Security bank. From left, TBPA board members Kim Teeters, Day Gay, Peoples Security Tunkhannock branch manager Amy Walsh, TBPA director Nancy Parlo, and TBPA advisor Mark Monsey. The Founder’s Day street fair on Saturday, June 23rd, from 10 am – 4pm features food, fun and games in the historic district of downtown Tunkhannock.