Northeastern Pennsylvania is home to many amazing waterfalls. These include some of the most challenging waterfalls to reach in Pennsylvania, as well as some of the easiest. Falling Springs Falls falls into the later category. Falling Springs Falls is located in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, near Pittston….
Beltzville State Park in Carbon County, Pennsylvania, is primarily known for its nearly 1,000-acre lake that is popular with both boaters and swimmers, as well as for its covered bridge. However, tucked away in the northeastern corner of the park is a lesser-known highlight of the…READ MORE
There are many beautiful waterfalls in the Poconos, but few have the same reputation as the three waterfalls in Glen Onoko near the small community of Jim Thorpe. It seems at least once a year, someone tragically dies in this area and even more have…READ MORE
There are many beautiful waterfalls and natural areas in northeastern Pennsylvania, but if you are looking to get outdoors near Wilkes-Barre and Interstate 81, you might not think there are any options. Fortunately, you’re wrong. In fact, just a few miles from downtown Wilkes-Barre and…READ MORE
Philadelphia has a rich connection to American history, and the city is home to many of the oldest sites in America. One of these historical sites is the oldest, still existent botanical garden. Bartram’s Garden was begun by botanist John Bartram. Bartram purchased 102 acres of…READ MORE
The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is an area known for its many beautiful waterfalls. Home to the two tallest waterfalls in Pennsylvania: Raymondskill Falls and Dingmans Falls, along with dozens of smaller waterfalls, some very well known, and some that see few visitors,…READ MORE