Pennsylvania features many amazing sites, but few are as geologically significant as the Triple Continental Divide in Potter County. Located near Gold, PA, north of Route 6, this area is the start of three major waterways: the Allegheny River, the Genesee River, and Pine Creek….
Thanks to Pennsylvania’s varied landscape and diversity of trees, there are few places in the world that are better for fall foliage. And, for those that want to experience all the season has to offer, there are many great fall festivals in PA that are…READ MORE
Located in Pittsburgh’s Highland Park, the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is a fantastic place for the entire family to visit. First opened in 1898 as the Highland Park Zoo, the zoo and now grown to be (what I believe is) the largest zoo in…READ MORE
If you love natural beauty, a visit to Ohiopyle State Park in southwestern Pennsylvania should be on your list. Home to many beautiful waterfalls, great white water rafting, and scenic vistas, this park offers a something for every outdoor lover. However, the one draw back…READ MORE
There are few more popular state parks in Pennsylvania than Ricketts Glen State Park. Located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the park is known for its 21 named waterfalls along the 7.2-mile Falls Trail. If you are planning to visit, camping at Ricketts Glen State Park is…READ MORE
Despite there being many great waterfalls in the surrounding forests, there is only one waterfall one the official map for Worlds End State Park: Cottonwood Falls. Cottonwood Falls is located along the Double Run Nature Trail. This trail is 1.2 miles in length and offers…READ MORE