Cities & Towns in Pike County, PA

Pike County, county in Pennsylvania, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 56,072 inhabitants. The county was created 210 years ago in 1814. Its county seat is Milford.

There are 6 city/town in Pike County, PA. The largest city of Pike County is Silver Spring with a population of 18,736. Other cities include, Bushkill population 8,654, Delaware population 7,116, Lackawaxen population 5,178, Paupack population 3,727

Silver Spring
Silver Spring

Silver Spring, Township in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania


Bushkill, Human settlement in Pennsylvania, United States of America


Delaware, County in Pennsylvania, United States

Pike County is located in northeastern Pennsylvania within the Pocono Mountains region. It was formed in 1814 from part of Wayne County. Here are some of the notable cities and towns in Pike County:


Milford is the county seat of Pike County nestled along the Delaware River. It was founded in 1796 by Judge John Biddis and hosts the Pike County Courthouse, Grey Towers National Historic Site, and several art galleries.


Matamoras is a borough located along the Delaware River on the Pennsylvania and New York border. It was incorporated in 1905 and includes the Mid-Delaware Bridge connecting it to Port Jervis, NY. The town hosts summer concerts and art festivals.


Hawley is a small borough located on the northern tip of Lake Wallenpaupack. It started as a vacation destination and today features antique shops, restaurants, and the Ritz Company Playhouse performing arts venue. Annual events include Waterfront Festival and Art in the Park.

Lords Valley

Lords Valley is an unincorporated community near the border with Orange County, New York. It lies along US Route 209 and the Neversink River and features fishing, boating, hiking, and historical sites like the Lords Valley Historic District.

Milford Beach

Milford Beach is a small community located along the Delaware River near Milford. It consists of summer vacation homes, cabins, and lodges focused around the recreational opportunities of the Delaware River.

All Pike County Cities (Aphebetical)

List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Pike County.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z all
City Name Title Population
Bushkill Human settlement in Pennsylvania, United States of America 8,654
Delaware County in Pennsylvania, United States 7,116
Lackawaxen Township in Pennsylvania 5,178
Paupack Human settlement in United States of America 3,727
Shohola Township in Pike County, Pennsylvania 2,378
Silver Spring Township in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania 18,736

County Cities on Map (6)

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