Historic Towns in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • Coalport, PA 16627
    Coalport, the name says it all! This historic town was built on the labor of coal mining European immigrants whose unique ethnicities have blended into a heritage and culture unparalleled. The...
  • 205 E. Main St Lock Haven, PA 17745
    570-748-1576
    Downtown Lock Haven is represented by merchants and community leaders that are dedicated to making downtown come to life. Many events are sponsored throughout the year to bring people back to small...
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  • 174 Main St Tidioute, PA 16351-1048
    814-484-7424
    Tidioute (tiddy-oot), is an Iroquois word meaning "protrusion of land." The Allegheny River makes a sharp bend here creating a near-peninsula within the river valley. Access to the Allegheny River...
  • DuBois, PA 15801
    DuBois is a little city that’s big on atmosphere. Explore eclectic shops, antique stores, and two nearby wineries on the Groundhog Trail. Lovers of the arts will find happenings at the Reitz...
  • 251 Curtin Village Road Howard, PA 16841
    814-355-4071
    A unique Pennsylvania Historical Site that depicts life as it was in a company town in the 1800s. Weekend guided tours (Sat. 10 to 4 and Sun. 12 to 4) feature the last waterwheel powered cold blast...
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  • Route 255 Sinnamahoning, PA 15861
    814-486-4314
    This North American highland separates waters flowing to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. A sign along Route 255 east of Sinnemahoning indicates eastern waters flow to the Atlantic and western...
  • SR 49 and E Main St Elkland, PA 16920
    Elkland is nestled among the mountains of northern Tioga County and is home to Cowanesque Lake, one of the largest lakes in the county. This lake offers an ideal setting for camping, boating,...
  • Downtown Foxburg Foxburg, PA 16036
    844-369-2874
    Foxburg is located in the Allegheny Clarion River Valley. Along with being one of Pennsylvania's most charming small towns it is also the home to the American Golf Hall of Fame and the oldest golf...
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  • 1548 Woodland Ave. Ext. Punxsutawney, PA 15767
    Visit the iconic Gobbler's Knob. Punxsutawney Phil makes his prognostication here every February 2 on Groundhog Day to a crowd of thousands. Throughout the year, visitors can take the stage and ha...
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  • 700 Park St Brockway, PA 15824-2044
    Brockway was laid out in 1836 and became a lumbering center in the later half of the 19th century. Beginning in the 1890s, it became a center of glass manufacturing. The Taylor Memorial Museum is...
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