Stull is a CDP(Census Designated Place) located in Noxen Township, in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. It appears on the Noxen U.S. Geological Survey Map. It has an estimated elevation of 591 feet (180 m) above sea level. It was originally built to house workers for the Saw mill located there. Stull once had a Post office, school, store and church and once had as many as 500 residents. The mill burned in 1902, was rebuilt but closed for good in 1906. The school closed in 1912. the area went back to its pre-sawmill days farming. Today there are still a few houses and residents remaining.