Winter is an excellent time to visit the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region. Not only can you find beautiful snow-frosted trees and landscapes, cozy hearths where you can snuggle up with someone special in front of the fire, and soul-warming food and drinks, but the season also offers great deals on cozy accommodations for you and your loved ones.
The Cameron County Conservation District restored function of a trout stream by removing an aquatic organism passage barrier, gratifying fish and anglers alike.
The Nebraska Bridge in western Forest County spends a few weeks each year underwater.
October is Pennsylvania Wine Month, and there’s no better time to get out and try the region’s endless variety of wines, beers, and spirits. Our Uncork the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Wine Trail guide outlines more than two dozen wineries, vineyards, breweries, distilleries, and other relevant destinations throughout the region, and new ones are opening up all the time, so you’re sure to find something perfect for you, no matter your taste.
Next Tuesday marks a significant anniversary for America’s public lands and waterways, and it serves as an excellent reminder to get out and enjoy our collective backyard. Check out these great options for spending time in nature this fall.
After an extensive three-year renovation, Brockway’s Victorian-era Maple Shade Mansion now welcomes overnight guests in elegant, relaxing style.