There are at least two places in the county accepting Christmas trees for free disposal.


There are at least two places in the county accepting Christmas trees for free disposal.
Christmas trees can be dropped off at Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Resort - by the designated sign in the parking lot.
The trees will line an ice golf course,  setup on frozen Lake Wallenpaupack, for the 19th-annual Ice Tee Golf Tournament presented by the Hawley-Lake Wallenpaupack Chamber of Commerce.
This event will take place on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009 (ice conditions permitting) at Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Resort, located on Lake Wallenpaupack, Route 507, two miles east of Hawley.

Lakeville

Christmas trees are also being accepted at Sculpted Ice Works, on Route 590 in Lakeville at the former Gumble Bros. Building.
The location is approximately six miles west on 590 from the intersection of Route 6 & 590 in Hawley. It is also about seven miles from the Hamlin corners.
Signs are posted.
Ornaments must be removed, and the Christmas trees will be accepted from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, up to Feb. 10.
The trees will be reused for the Crystal Cabin Fever ice event in February.
For questions, please call 570-226-6246.