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  • Mill Race Golf & Camping Resort

    Mill Race Golf & Camping Resort Nestled in one of Pennsylvania’s most scenic areas, Mill Race Golf & Camping Resort features three season golfing on a truly picturesque 18 hole championship golf course. Encounter for yourself one of golf’s most serendipitous experiences by playing a course that combines elements of Read more [...]

  • Four Seasons Camping Resort

    Four Seasons Resort offers the finest in fun-filled family camping. Kids will especially enjoy all the FUN events and activities at Four Seasons Camping Resort. Four Seasons Resort offers you and your family an ideal camping and entertainment facility for FUN and RELAXATION. Make Four Seasons Resort your headquarters for a vacation in magnificent Southwestern Pennsylvania. Come feel the comforts of home in our friendly atmosphere nestled on 850 forested acres. With 1047.8 acres of state game lands bordering Four Seasons Resort, wildlife and game abound!

  • Appalachian Trail

    It runs through PA for 229 miles and exits in Northeastern PA at the New York State line. For northbound hikers the Appalachian Trail enters Pennsylvania from Pen Mar, a small town that straddles the state border with Maryland to the south.  This 16.9 mile section of trail features Michaux State Forest and Chimney Rocks.

  • Great Allegheny Passage

    The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage soars over valleys, snakes around mountains, and skirts alongside three rivers (the Casselman, Youghiogheny, and Monongaleha) on its nearly level path. Cyclists pass through the Cumberland Narrows, cross the Mason-Dixon Line, top the Eastern Continental Divide at 2,392’, weave through the breathtaking Laurel Highlands, wind their way through 19,052-acre Ohiopyle State Park, journey through the region’s coke, coal, mining, and steel-making corridor, and end at Pittsburgh’s majestic Point State Park.

  • Cascade Park

    Cascade Park is a nature park and former amusement park in New Castle, Pennsylvania. The park was originally known as Big Run Falls when the area on which the park sits was purchased by Col. Levi Brinton in 1892.