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  • Northwestern Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-685-9285
    The Andorra Natural Area features trails, exhibits, and education programs for children and adults. The park also hosts festivals in the fall and winter.
  • 60 Motel Dr. Shartlesville, PA 19554
    610-488-6319
    An array of sites for tents to mega R.V.'s. Only 6 miles from Cabela's and only minutes from VF Outlets in Reading (located between Allentown and Harrisburg just off of I-78). Swimming, fishing,...
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  • 4 E. First St. Boiling Springs, PA 17007-9601
    717-258-5771
    This 2,155-mile national scenic trail from Maine to Georgia cuts across southeastern Pennsylvania between New Jersey and the Mason-Dixon Line at Maryland. The Appalachian Trail (A.T.) traverses...
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  • PO Box 777 Kittanning, PA 16201-0777
    724-543-4478
    There is a great variety of wildlife that can be seen while traveling the Armstrong Trail. Many types of birds, ducks, frogs, deer, turkey and much more.
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  • 610 E. McMurray Rd. McMurray, PA 15317
    724-942-5000
    At the main entrance, there is a hillside covered with cardinal flowers, blazing stars, daisies, Queen Anne's lace, butterfy bush, daylilies and sweet woodruff, each identified by a small sign. On...
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  • 4105 Asbury Rd. Erie, PA 16506
    814-835-5356
    The center services the community with speakers on the facility and its history, out of school programs on the environment, informative Trail Guide publications, teacher workshops including...
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  • 614 Dorseyville Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15238-1618
    412-963-6100
    ASWP's locations at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve (Fox Chapel) and Todd Sanctuary (Sarver) encourage life-long environmental learning via 420 unspoiled acres, 10 miles of hiking trails,...
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  • PO Box 212 Dallas, PA 18612-0212
    570-675-9016
    A twelve mile trail. The first two miles includes a waterfall, secluded shady stretches, far reaching views well above the highway, and meadows with flowers. Scarlet tanagers, turkeys, and hawks...
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  • 830 E. Warrington Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15210
    412-431-4910
    The Baker Trail is a 140-mile trail in western Pennsylvania extending from Freeport to the Allegheny National Forest. The Baker Trail was built and is being maintained by Pittsburgh Council of...
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  • PO Box 147 Laurelton, PA 17835
    570-922-3344
    The Forest is comprised of nearly 200,000 acres offering a wide variety of recreational activities and game species, including deer, bear, wild turkey and other small game. Thirteen streams...
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