Mark these 2024 PA Great Outdoors photo contests on your calendar!
Do you have an eye for catching the perfect shot while making memories in the PA Wilds? If you’ve snapped a photo of fun in the snow, a great catch, a summertime adventure or a view of the stars in Pennsylvania’s Great Outdoors region (part of the Pennsylvania Wilds that includes the counties of Cameron, Elk, and Forest), that photo could win you some cash in 2024!
Whether you live in the region or have taken a photo while traveling here, you’re invited to enter the upcoming Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau’s lineup of photo contests for 2024. The four quarterly themes are Let it Snow, Big Fish, Good Old Summertime, and Stargazing.
The Let it Snow photo contest runs from January through March. PA Great Outdoors’ annual Big Fish Photo Contest is from April through June. Good Old Summertime Photo Contest will be July through September. Stargazing will run from October through December.
Finalists’ photos for each contest period will be posted on online with the four entries receiving the most votes winning the following cash prizes: 1st Place $100, 2nd Place $75, 3rd Place $50, and 4th Place $25 for the Let it Snow, Good Old Summertime, and Stargazing contests. The Big Fish Photo Contest has monthly winners of prize packs from PA Great Outdoors members and two grand prize winners.
To enter complete the entry form and upload your photos at VisitPAGO.com/contest. The only requirements are that the photo meets the photo contest theme and must be taken in Cameron, Elk, or Forest Counties.
“Our photo contests are very popular with travelers and locals alike. These contests give people the chance to show off their photos highlighting the natural beauty, people, places, and events of the region during each season,” says John Straitiff, the executive director of the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau.
If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
About the PA Great Outdoor Visitors Bureau:
Pennsylvania’s Great Outdoors region consists of Elk, Forest and Cameron Counties. It is home to the state’s wild elk herd, Cook Forest State Park, two nationally designated Wild & Scenic rivers and rolling mountains filled with hiking trails. Each season brings new beautiful landscapes and opportunities for outdoor adventure. Learn more at www.visitpago.com or call 814-849-5197.
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