Come for Fun, Take Home a Memory
in Indiana County PA

Plan your visit to Indiana County, Pennsylvania, located just one hour east of Pittsburgh. You’ll experience the small-town charm of a bustling community rich in history and home to a variety of local attractions, dining, entertainment, and events. Come for fun, take home a memory!

Outdoor Recreation – Indiana County’s parks and trails system is one of the best in Pennsylvania with over 64 miles of Rails-to-Trails open year-round for walking, biking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. The county boasts 792 acres of lakes for fishing, boating and kayaking; 5,452 acres of parks; and single-track mountain bike trails. Many of the trails run along historic paths where educational opportunities are incorporated as you explore nature.

Indiana County is home to Buttermilk Falls, an impressive 45-foot waterfall surrounded by scenic woodland.  The property was once a family retreat owned [...]

Find Your Next Adventure in Armstrong County, PA!

Established in 1963, the Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is the official tourism promotion agency for Armstrong County, PA. Located in Kittanning, the county seat, their mission is to promote tourism, tourism development, and the interests of the travel and hospitality industries of our region, thereby contributing to the economic growth and well-being of the area. The Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is a non-profit, subscription-based organization, and works to promote not only its subscribers, but the county as a whole, and welcomes visitors from all over with open arms.

Regardless of the occasion – family, friends, business, or the great outdoors – you’ll find something to suit in Armstrong County. Take a trek on one of their extensive trails, and shop, wine, and dine along the way. Splash into one of the county’s many waterways for a relaxing canoe or kayak trip, fishing or [...]

Every Turn a Treasure in the
Susquehanna River Valley, PA

Easily accessible from major interstates and routes, the Susquehanna River Valley, PA, conveniently located in Central Pennsylvania, is becoming an increasingly popular East Coast destination for outdoor enthusiasts and for those who want to chill, explore, indulge and refresh.  Home to three State Parks and where the two branches of the Susquehanna River meet, travelers will enjoy cycling for every skill and adventure level and also hiking, backpacking, camping, canoeing and kayaking, trout and bass fishing in the river and nearby Penns Creek, plus ATV/OHV off-road fun at the nationally recognized Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area.

Families and friends will enjoy Pennsylvania wineries, breweries and cideries and can explore the award-winning Knoebels Amusement Resort, nearby zoos, animal parks and refuges plus antiquing, shopping and seasonal, farm-to-table treats at our unique diners and restaurants.  Every turn a treasure. or 1-877-207-8599

Columbia Montour
Rest, Renew and Enjoy an Adventure
in Columbia and Montour Counties PA

Nestled in the heart of Central Pennsylvania, Columbia and Montour counties are renowned for their rural beauty and outstanding adventure opportunities. The local landscape is comprised of idyllic river valleys, rolling hills, green farmlands, charming communities, forests, parks and state gamelands. One must-see attraction is Ricketts Glen State Park, where hikers can enjoy a vast network of trails that take them past twenty-two stunning waterfalls. The area boasts beautiful rails-to-trails for walking and biking as well as high-caliber races for the fierce competitors.

The Montour Preserve is also an outdoor enthusiast’s dream with a 165-acre lake perfect for fishing and boating, a bird sanctuary, maple sugaring in the early spring, and plenty of great hiking trails. For history buffs and archaeology lovers, a one-acre exposed Mahantango shale pit at the Preserve is open to the public for finders-keepers [...]

Celebrate the backwoods and backroads of
Clearfield County, PA

The backwoods. backroads. backwaters. of Clearfield County, PA has a summer adventure waiting for you. Enjoy 102 miles of clean water, pure air and an ecosystem unlike anywhere else. Explore miles of protected streams where native brook trout dance on the water, and where the lakes are streaming with bass, walleye and northern pike.

Summer is the perfect time for those looking for more of a river adventure. Bring your kayak/canoe and enjoy the various skill levels of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River or paddle one of our lakes and enjoy breath taking scenic views.

Swing into one of our many golf courses. Enjoy a relaxing day at DuBois Country Club, Eagles Ridge, Kenterra, Beechwoods or Treasure Lake. Treasure Lake has 2 PGA rated courses. If you have the entire family along, be sure to stop by [...]

Activities, History and Outdoor Recreation Mean Family Fun for Everyone in the Oil Region PA

The first commercial oil well was drilled here in 1859 and put the Oil Region PA on the map as “the valley that changed the world.” Experience the birth of the modern petroleum industry at Drake Well Museum and Park and see how this discovery continues to impact life today.

What was once bustling cities of overnight millionaires, the Oil Region is now a collection of small towns with impressive architecture surrounded by stunning natural landscapes for you to explore via our 65+ miles of paved bike trails, the Allegheny River, Oil Creek, and thousands of acres of wooded hills and valleys.

Hike, bike, paddle, float, and fish your way through the Oil Region. Take in murals, live music and cultural performances.

There is plenty to do here, but the Oil Region [...]

Visit Clinton County PA Today and
Experience the Outdoors and More!

Clinton County PA, located in north central Pennsylvania, is the gateway to the Pennsylvania Wilds region, offering hundreds of thousands of acres of state park, forest and game lands and the West Branch Susquehanna River for your outdoor recreation.

Less than a half-day drive from most points in the east brings you here to enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities, including camping, hiking, ATV riding, kayaking, hunting and fishing. The area is known for its adventure challenges – which occur during all four seasons – as well as great hunting and fishing!

Our two scenic byways offer ridge and valley views as you wind your way through the forests. Keep an eye peeled for deer, eagles, bear, elk or hang gliders soaring off Hyner View State Park.

We are home to the Woolrich store, the [...]

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