Get to and Explore the PA Wilds by Road
Welcome to road-tripper paradise! The Pennsylvania Wilds is within a 6-hour drive for 50 million people. From award-winning travel routes, such as PA Route 6 “one of America’s most scenic drives” by National Geographic Travel, to efficient entry-point interstates and landscapes like the I-80 Frontier, to numerous motorcycle loops, many people say the region is best seen and traveled by road. Explore travel routes, distance times and general road safety tips!
Easy to Travel Miles – Popular Road Trips
Itinerary: Washington, DC to Pennsylvania Wilds to Niagara Falls
TRAVEL TIME: Washington, DC to Kinzua Bridge State Park – Approximately 300 miles, 5 1/2 hour driving time
TRAVEL TIME: Kinzua Bridge to Niagara Falls, New York – Approximately 120 miles, 2 hours and 20 minutes driving time
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Itinerary: New York City – JFK Airport to Williamsport, I-80 Frontier Eastern Entry Point
TRAVEL TIME: Approximately 212 miles, 3 1/2 hours driving time
Itinerary: Pittsburgh, PA to Historic Foxburg, I-80 Frontier Western Entry Point
TRAVEL TIME: Approximately 70 miles, 1 hour and 20 minutes driving time
Itinerary: Buffalo, NY to Kinzua Bridge State Park
TRAVEL TIME: Approximately 100 miles, 2 hours driving time
Itinerary: Pittsburgh, PA to Red Bank Valley Rail Trail
TRAVEL TIME: Approximately 60 miles, 1 hour driving time