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Punkin chunkin'. Cider sippin'. Leaf peepin'. When it comes to fall, PA goes hard. So go all-in on the unique PA experiences that can make your autumn astonishing.
And if you're more of a scare seeker, PA has you covered in that respect as well. We've got enough haunted locations and horror film sites to raise the hair on the back of your neck for days.
There's more to this region than delicious homemade sweets. This is where the Old World traditions like carriage rides and haystacks blend with the fun of roller coasters and luxury resorts.
Take one look at this hilly area along the westernmost ridges of the Appalachian Mountains, and you'll understand what inspired Frank Lloyd Wright to make this the location of such masterpieces as Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob.
Set amid gentle hills and beautiful, green countryside, Lehigh Valley, home to Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, offers a diverse array of memorable things to do that will make your vacation here truly memorable.
The cool, calming lakes in this region have shaped not only the climate but also the small towns and agriculture. From shipping ports to vineyards to hiking and biking trails this region in the western tip of Pennsylvania has a lot going on.
Cheesesteaks and Rocky. We just wanted to get the obvious stuff out of the way. Now let's get into the things you may not know about this area. Philadelphia is known for its history, food, art, and all the other great things you'd expect from a big American city.
Pittsburgh and Its Countryside is a region full of history, great food, and cool activities. The "Steel City," surrounded by the Three Rivers, is full of beautiful bridges and its countryside has some unique traits of its own. Pittsburgh is home to world-class museums and cultural arts institutions, sprawling public parks and one of the world's most recognizable cityscapes.
You'll notice a dramatic change in scenery in this region as you cross under the Lehigh Tunnel and into the Pocono Mountains. In this endless outdoor playground, you'll find steep mountains with cloud-covered peaks great for hiking, biking, fishing and canoeing.
In this Central PA region you'll find covered bridges, tree-sheltered streams and little Victorian towns. This is the home of The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), their Nittany Lions, and most importantly, the Berkey Creamery.
Upstate PA provides some of the most dramatic scenery and landscapes in Pennsylvania. These mountainous areas with forests and steep peaks have become home to tranquil communities and state parks with unmatched natural beauty.
The sweet aroma of dew fills the air in this happy, green valley. It's the scent of Central Pennsylvania's outdoor recreational playground and it's what draws so many outdoor enthusiasts to this area every year.