Duration: Two days and two nights.
The Pennsylvania Wilds is an outdoor lover’s paradise. This road trip will take adventurers on a scenic pathway through state parks, wildlife viewing areas, and miles and miles of hiking trails. And for water lovers, plenty of opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and all the rest. To top it all off, there is the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle State Park, a luxurious natural hideaway and first of its kind in PA. Pack up the car and find out why.
Denny's is a welcomed stop for hungry roadtrippers and hikers. This awesome eatery takes pride in being home of the world's largest hamburger challenges. Ask for the "Ye Olde 96er."Read More >
Make a trip to beautiful victorian Bellefonte for an evening stroll and dinner at The Hofbrau. This place is famous for its pizza and wings. And after one bite, you’ll find out why. Enjoy a walk and photo op on High Street and along the Spring Creek while you're in town.Read More >
The Nature Inn is an exquisitely-built masterpiece right in the middle of Bald Eagle State Park. Quickly becoming a visitor favorite in the PA Wilds, the Inn finds the perfect combination of outdoorsy rustic and classic elegance. It's unlike any place in Pennsylvania's award-winning State Park system. Rooms feature artwork made by local artists, and the Inn provides access to a bird sanctuary full of Pennsylvania’s amazing wildlife.Read More >
Find pure refreshment in the town of Saint Mary's. This 135-year old brewery prides itself on its all-natural recipes. Stop in for a tour, sampling, or a quick run through their gift shop.
Berkey Creamery at Penn State
Ice cream, sherbet and cheeses. What more do you need? This creamery, the largest university creamery in the nation, is found on Penn State's campus. Stop by for a taste of the delicious wares.
High Plateau Scenic Byway
Along this picturesque stretch of road, you’ll see more deer, bear and elk than you’ve ever imagined. Bring your camera and be sure to catch some memorable shots of the natural beauty.