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  • 300 Center Street Ridgway, PA 15853
  • SR 49 and E Main St Elkland, PA 16920
    Elkland is nestled among the mountains of northern Tioga County and is home to Cowanesque Lake, one of the largest lakes in the county. This lake offers an ideal setting for camping, boating,...
  • Rte 41021 English Center Waterville, PA 17776
    Built in 1891, the English Center Suspension Bridge spans Little Pine Creek and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • SR 4005 North Bend, PA 17760
    Follow SR 4005 north from North Bend, PA (SR 120) along Young Women's Creek - right branch about 7 miles. Land acquisition for the Sproul State Forest began in 1898 with the purchase of a tract of...
  • Downtown Foxburg Foxburg, PA 16036
    Foxburg is located in the Allegheny Clarion River Valley. Along with being one of Pennsylvania's most charming small towns it is also the home to the American Golf Hall of Fame and the oldest golf...
  • 1548 Woodland Ave. Ext. Punxsutawney, PA 15767
    Visit the iconic Gobbler's Knob. Punxsutawney Phil makes his prognostication here every February 2 on Groundhog Day to a crowd of thousands. Throughout the year, visitors can take the stage and ha...
  • SR3005 Warren, PA 16365
    A 120-acre patch of virgin woodlands, Heart's Content reminds travelers of the way America's forests once stood. This historic area of nature is located just 15 miles southwest of Warren,...
  • 700 Park St Brockway, PA 15824-2044
    Brockway was laid out in 1836 and became a lumbering center in the later half of the 19th century. Beginning in the 1890s, it became a center of glass manufacturing. The Taylor Memorial Museum is...
  • Downtown Historic Brookville Brookville, PA 15825
    Self-guided tour teaching the history and architecture of beautiful, historic Brookville.
  • Emporium, PA 15834
    Emporium, the county seat, is a borough in Cameron County, 100 miles west-northwest of Williamsport. Early in the twentieth century, it had large powder plants and manufactories of radio tubes,...
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