Carbon County, PA
- Founded March 13th, 1843
- County Seat: Jim Thorpe.
- Population over 65,000 residents.
- Lower Carbon County, including Palmerton and Lehighton areas, are considered part of the Lehigh Valley in spite of being north of the Blue Mountains.
- Some areas in Carbon County are still considered part of the Pocono Mountains region.
- Home to Penn’s Peak where you can see a variety of concerts and shows.
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