Pennsylvania’s roads are notoriously bad, and if you’ve ever traveled in the state, it’s likely that you’ve hit a pothole at some point in your life. Because of this, it likely won’t surprise you that Pennsylvania is home to one of the world’s largest potholes….
When I first started traveling in Pennsylvania, I had no idea how many great waterfalls there were. However, in the last three years, I’ve had the chance to visit more than 100 waterfalls in Pennsylvania. These have ranged from towering giants to small, but scenic…READ MORE
Pennsylvania is home to nearly four dozen arboretums and botanical gardens, but few have as much history or are more beautiful than the John T. Tyler Arboretum in Delaware County, PA. The land that would eventually become the Tyler Arboretum was purchased from William Penn…READ MORE
24 Oct Hiking Through the Beautifully Unique Nottingham Serpentine Barrens of Nottingham County ParkOddities, Outdoors, Philadelphia and its Suburbs | Jim Cheney
Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, about a mile north of the border with Maryland, sits one of the state’s most unique landscapes: the Nottingham Serpentine Barrens. Declared a National Natural Landmark in 2008, the Nottingham Serpentine Barrens represent a unique, desert-like environment, where rare plants grow…READ MORE
Pennsylvania is home to more than half-a-dozen show caves scattered throughout the state. However, each one offers something unique and different that makes them worth visiting. Crystal Cave in Berks County, Pennsylvania, is no different. Crystal Cave was discovered in November 1871 while William Merkel was…READ MORE
Looking out over Pennsylvania in the 21st century, it isn’t hard to understand why the area was named after its great expanses of forests. However, the history of the state is also dominated by industries that came and went, often leaving little or no reminders…READ MORE