One of my favorite things about Pennsylvania is how many waterfalls are hidden away on the state’s public lands. And, while most of these hidden waterfalls in Pennsylvania are located in the northeastern or southwestern corners of the state, there are plenty of be found elsewhere….
Pennsylvania is a state filled with great railroad history, from the first steam locomotive to operate in America, to the Horseshoe Curve and the Pennsylvania Railroad. Today, many excursion railroads and railroad museums continue to maintain that tradition throughout the state. One of the most…READ MORE
There are several impressive roadside waterfalls in Pennsylvania, but none as impressive as Hinkston Run Falls near Johnstown. Hinkston Run Falls drops 60 feet off of stone cliffs into an impressive pool below. According to information online, Hinkston Run Falls is not naturally occurring, but…READ MORE
When I first visited State College, I was told that if I hadn’t been on Mount Nittany’s hiking trails, I hadn’t truly visited State College. So, on a later trip to the area, I decided to do just that. Located just outside of downtown State…READ MORE
Trough Creek State Park, located along the southeastern banks of Raystown Lake, is one of Pennsylvania’s most beautiful state parks. While it gets somewhat overshadowed by the many recreational opportunities on the lake, Trough Creek State Park packs a lot of great things to see…READ MORE
Penn State’s campus in State College might be filled with academic buildings and the country’s second-largest stadium, but it is also home to the beautiful and peaceful Arboretum at Penn State. Plans to create Penn State’s arboretum were first made in 1914, but it wasn’t…READ MORE