At Paul’s Pumpkin Patch just north of New Bethlehem, you and your family can create a full autumn day of farm memories, less than an hour and a half from Pittsburgh.
Community organizers in Marienville are working to develop the four-season Knox-Kane Trail and a recreational hub at the town’s historic train station, a stone’s throw from the main intersection at the center of Marienville.
Autumn signals the annual mating season for Pennsylvania’s wild elk, and it’s one of the most exciting times of the year to see these magnificent creatures in person.
Recently, the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau partnered with the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC), Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), and Keystone Elk Country Alliance (KECA) on a “Don’t Feed Elk and Bear!” campaign to protect our greatest natural assets and ensure visitors can enjoy them for centuries to come.
Cultivate a genuine connection with the earth at this herb farm just south of Cook Forest.
At Clarion University’s Peirce Planetarium, a monthly “Stars Over Clarion” program explores the history, science, and mythology of the cosmos, and the public is invited to join in.