Miscellaneous

Is Lake Hauto private?

Is Lake Hauto private?

Lake Hauto is a private lakeside resort community in the small town of Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania.

How big is Lake Hauto?

330-acre
Lake Hauto is a 330-acre lake split between Schuylkill and Carbon Counties, Pennsylvania.

Is Lake Hauto man made?

From their confluence the creek flows south for about 2 miles (3.2 km) then turns to the northeast and flows into and through Greenwood Lake, which is nearly a mile long. Approximately 600 feet (180 m) downstream from the spillway, it discharges into Lake Hauto, both lakes being man-made.

When was Lake Hauto built?

The Lake Hauto Electric Power Plant was constructed by Lehigh Navigation Electric, a subsidiary of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, and went into operation in 1913.

Is there a Nesquehoning in Schuylkill County?

Although often thought of as being in Nesquehoning, the majority of the Lake Hauto community is actually located in neighboring Rush Township, Schuylkill County.

What is Nesquehoning?

Nesquehoning — meaning “narrow valley;” others say name comes from stream that runs through the area, which was called Neska-honi, or black lick, or Neskeu-honi, or dirty lick.

Is Lake Hauto a gated community?

Lake Hauto is a private gated community with a 330 acre spring fed motor boating lake. Enjoy sandy beaches, tennis and picnic pavilions.

What county is Lake Hauto in?

Schuylkill County
Lake Hauto is a private community. Although often thought of as being in Nesquehoning, the majority of the Lake Hauto community is actually located in neighboring Rush Township, Schuylkill County.

What township is Lake Hauto?

Lake Hauto is a private community. Although often thought of as being in Nesquehoning, the majority of the Lake Hauto community is actually located in neighboring Rush Township, Schuylkill County.

What does pohopoco mean?

Pohopoco — which means where mountains are close to each other.

What happened to the Lenape tribe?

The Lenape, like other Native tribes, were relocated to Oklahoma, where there are two federally recognized Lenape tribes: the Delaware Tribe of Indians and the Delaware Tribe of Western Oklahoma. There are also some small Lenape communities remaining in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.