The 72-mile West Branch Susquehanna Byway brings the best of all Pennsylvania's byways together to create one extraordinary circuit that combines natural attractions with historic sites. Running parallel to the award-winning West Branch of the Susquehanna River, the scenic byway also offers many recreational opportunities. In addition to multiple river vantage points, visitors can take in highlights such as Bilger's Rocks – a rock formation that’s more than 300 million years old – McGees Mills Covered Bridge, built in 1873; Curwensville Lake Recreation Area; miles of trails for hiking and biking; scenic downtowns and many historic markers. There is something for every interest along this route.
The only covered bridge in Pennsylvania crossing the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Built in 1875, this Burr Arch Truss Bridge covers a 107-foot span with an original cost of $175. After a century of use, Clearfield County's only covered bridge was renovated in 1978 and again in the mid... Read More >
Located just 15 minutes from Exit 120 off I-80. Camping and hiking available. The 790-acre lake has no horsepower regulations. Primary boating includes: moderate-draft fishing boats, sailboats and recreational runabouts. The lake is inhabited by a variety of fish including bass, northern pike,... Read More >