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From the lapping waves of Lake Erie to the Amish farms of Dutch Country and the lush scenery of the Pocono Mountains, scratch golfers and high handicappers alike will find reason to play in Pennsylvania. Designed perfectly for this game of strategy and power, courses here range from private and public courses to tree-lined resort fairways offering elevation changes, breathtaking vistas and natural terrain.
Route: Interstate 476, links the PA turnpike and I-95 in Delaware County
The beautiful winding Blue Route is a delightful entrance into Delaware County's Brandywine Country. Along this short, scenic route, you'll find plenty of cultural and historic sites to explore.
Routes: 100, 52 and 162, Chester and Delaware Counties
Wind your way along the banks of the Brandywine River through horse country and rich farmland. The rolling hills and verdant pastures along the Brandywine Valley Byway form a lovely and dramatic backdrop for your drive.
Route: 120, Clinton and Elk Counties
Travel through unspoiled forests and rugged vistas through the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Your voyage will take you from Lock Haven to historic Ridgway along the Old Sinnemahoning Trail, a Native American road tucked between the West Branch Susquehanna and Allegheny Rivers. Watch for elk herds in nearby Winslow Hill.
Route: 611, Little Creek Road and Belvidere Highway, Northampton County
Winding through 17 miles of beautiful Northampton County, you'll pass by preserved farmland, historic landmarks, magnificent countryside views, and some of the oldest towns in the region.