There are many great spots in western Pennsylvania’s McConnells Mill State Park. Some are well known, like McConnell’s Mill Covered Bridge and Hell’s Hollow Falls. However, there are other spots that aren’t even featured on the park map. Breakneck Falls is one of the latter….
Pittsburgh and its Suburbs
Despite being a city of just over 300,000 people, Pittsburgh is home to many world-class museums. While many of these museums focus on beautiful art, world history, or even sports, Pittsburgh is also home to its share of odd and unique museums. The Center for…READ MORE
If you love historic structures, you won’t want to miss the four beautiful and historic covered bridges in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Spread throughout the northern half of the county, these four bridges offer a great chance to explore the little-seen countryside in this beautiful part…READ MORE
Raccoon Creek State Park in Beaver County is one of the largest state parks in Pennsylvania. While the park is home to miles of hiking trails and a beautiful lake, one of my favorite spots is the beautiful Frankfort Mineral Springs Falls. Frankfort Mineral Springs…READ MORE
McConnells Mill State Park in western Pennsylvania’s Lawrence County is home to many beautiful spots. However, one of the most beautiful is Alpha Falls. Alpha Falls (also called Spillway Falls or Gardiner Falls in some sources) is located in the eastern corner of McConnells Mill…READ MORE
North Park in Allegheny County is known for many things, but few know about its most remarkable feature: the only Gravity Hill in Pittsburgh. Tucked away in the northwestern corner of the park is the very unassuming intersection of McKinney Road and Kummer Road. However, if…READ MORE