Historic Towns in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • Saint Marys, PA 15857
    St. Marys began in 1842 when a group of Bavarian Catholics came to the area to escape persecution in the cities of the east coast. Accordingly, the town is now known for a product often associated...
  • Sugar Grove, PA 16350
    Sugar Grove, founded in 1802 by revolutionary War Veterans, was named for the beautiful maple forest covering its valley and surrounding hills. The community holds several annual events including...
  • 17 S. 5th Ave Clarion, PA 16214-1501
    814-226-4450
    Clarion was established as the county seat. Of particular interest is the Clarion County Courthouse , the Old County Jail, and the Memorial Park. A walking tour offers an insightful look at the...
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  • Tionesta, PA 16353
    Tionesta, the county seat of Forest County, is at the very heart of the Pennsylvania wilderness and the center of outdoor recreation in the western portion of the Allegheny National Forest. A...
  • Downtown Wellsboro Wellsboro, PA 16901
    570-724-1926
    Wellsboro, the county seat of Tioga County, is home to Pine Creek Gorge, also known as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Surrounded by 160,000 acres of state forestland, this National Natural Landmark...
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  • Downtown Wellsboro Wellsboro, PA 16901
    570-724-1926
    The town of Wellsboro is a perfect example of a well-preserved town complete with a vibrant Main Street, beautiful well-kept homes, and the distinctive gaslights which line the wide boulevards...
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  • 40 Railroad St. Youngsville, PA 16371
    814-563-4604
    Youngsville, Pennsylvania is a friendly community of about 2,000 people located on historic Route 6 in North Western Pennsylvania. Nestled in the serene Brokenstraw Valley, surrounded by the...
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