Economic Impact of Travel Report

The annual Economic Impact of Pennsylvania’s Travel and Tourism Industry report provides state, regional, and county level estimates that demonstrate the vital importance of the travel industry to Pennsylvania’s economy, The report provides estimates of visitor spending, employment and earnings derived from traveler spending, the contribution of the travel industry to the Pennsylvania’s gross state product, and tax receipts derived from traveler spending.

The Pennsylvania Tourism Office chose a new vendor (Tourism Economics) to produce the economic impact of travel and tourism report starting with the 2009 calendar year data. With the change in vendors, the tourism office changed the methodology used in generating the estimates from a standard input/output model to the tourism satellite account model -- a methodology now being used by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, several states, and many nations.

To download the 2012 report, click here.

To download the 2011 report, click here.

To download the 2010 report, click here.

 

Annual Traveler Profiles

To download the statewide 2012 report, click here.

To download the statewide 2011 report, click here.

To download the Laurel Highlands Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Dutch Country Roads Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Lehigh Valley Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Pennsylvania Wilds Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Pittsburgh & it's Countryside  Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Pocono Mountains Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Philadelphia & the Countryside Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Pennsylvania's Great Lakes Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Upstate PA Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Valleys of the Susquehanna Region 2011 report, click here.

To download the Alleghenies Region 2011 report, click here.

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