If you're into railroads, iron furnaces, or oil wells, the Pennsylvania Wilds is the place for you. One of the ways we define our region is by its extensive industrial history, and a roadtrip here means you'll get to see and experience a vigorous past. If your tastes are more general, then you're still in luck. The heritage of the Pennsylvania Wilds is evident in our architecture, institutions, and museums. A visit to any of our towns promises a wealth of interesting artifacts and structures. On these roadtrips, we've pulled together the best historic attractions along some of our most popular routes; we've also included recommendations on where to stay and eat, so all you have to do is get in the car and go!
June 12, 2015 "Toughest Show on Dirt"
Three action-packed days of broncs, steers, and bulls! Professional cowboys and cowgirls competing in a PRCA/WPRA sanctioned Championship Rodeo!
June 8, 2015 Happy 4th of July!
Celebrate your independence in the Great Outdoors with fireworks, festivals, and fun!
June 1, 2015 Lighthouse Tours
Tour the Sherman Memorial Lighthouse, PA's newest lighthouse on the 22.5-acre Lighthouse Island, surrounded by the Allegheny River in Tionesta.
April 20, 2015 Get Involved!
Help keep Pennsylvania beautiful with these volunteer events to help maintain the rivers, parks, trails, and other areas.
February 25, 2015 Blackbird Distillery Celebrates One Year In Business
It's been one year since real handmade moonshine came to Jefferson County with the opening of Blackbird Distillery in Brookville, Pennsylvania!
January 19, 2015 Do you want to build a snowman?
Bring the family to Cook Forest State Park for winter fun!
January 12, 2015 Marienville Winterfest
When Mother Nature sends down her snowflakes, don't fight them - Enjoy them! Marienville is known as the snowmobile capital of Pennsylvania and hosts a fun celebration.