Here in Pennsylvania, we are familiar with the same-old, same-old destinations: a trip to Hershey Park, a D.C. weekend, a Pittsburgh afternoon for one of those black-and-yellow professional sports games. While there is nothing necessarily wrong with these spots, sometimes it’s nice to experience something new, something wild, something unique.
Our H&H Chevrolet “fun experts” have whipped together our top-three off-the-grid road trips right here in Pennsylvania so you can end your summer with a bang.
Blakeslee Natural Area
130 acres of largely untouched and protected wild land means that at the Blakeslee Natural Area you’ll see a side of the Quaker State rarely seen since the Quakers roamed free. If you come here, don’t be afraid to get muddy!
Where can I find Blakeslee Natural Area?
Input “20 PA-115, Blakeslee, PA 18610” into your Maps app.
Susquehannock State Forest
This is a perfect spot for the adventurous. With ample trails for hiking and biking and access to horseback riding paths, you won’t want for activities at Susquehannock State Forest!
Where can I find Susquehannock State Forest?
Input “3150 East 2nd Street, Coudersport, PA 16915” into your Maps app.
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
If you take the drive to Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, prepare your eyeballs for the some of the most stunning vistas you’ve ever seen. Ornithologists, bird-watchers, and just casual fans of our feathered friends will love Hawk Mountain for obvious reasons (see name of locale).
Where can I find Hawk Mountain Sanctuary?
Input “1700 Hawk Mountain Road, Kempton, PA 19529” into your Maps app.
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