December 2, 2019
To really get away from the hustle of everyday life, Beau Martonik enjoys going on weekend-to-weeklong backpack hunting trips. Here are some tips.
November 29, 2019
Galleries, theaters and museums tell the story of the history and culture of a community or region. They provide lenses to the past and opportunities to see how creative makers are foreseeing the future. Across the Pennsylvania Wilds there are many galleries and museums that offer opportunities to learn, programs that inspire, and chances to take home unique finds from rural Pennsylvania.
November 25, 2019
Route 120 connects Lock Haven all the way to Ridgway. It's a part of two scenic drives: It begins the Bucktail Scenic Byway and is part of the Elk Scenic Drive.
November 21, 2019
The Pennsylvania Wilds is full of ruins to explore. There are old communities that thrived when an industry was important, and then went out of business when it failed. Foundations, partial buildings, roads, and cemeteries are left behind in the forest.
November 17, 2019
This year, the event that celebrates small businesses and encourages shoppers to uplift community entrepreneurs will take place on Saturday, November 30. When you shop locally in the Pennsylvania Wilds, you are doing more than just providing a good gift! And "Small Business Saturday" is the perfect opportunity to do so.
November 13, 2019
If you’re interested in historical fiction, Pennsylvania, or good stories, you have to read “The Indigo Scarf” by PJ Piccirillo.
November 10, 2019
Spending a few days in the heart of rural Pennsylvania offers a chance to disconnect from the bustle of everyday life, see unique wildlife and try new experiences.
November 6, 2019
Experiences and memories serve as reminders of the good times we've had. In this article, writer Ed Byers reflects on his various memories of spending time at his family camps in the Pennsylvania Wilds while growing up.
November 2, 2019
There are two brothers who each live in a corner of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Though not geographically close, they are very close emotionally, and they get together occasionally throughout the region. For National Adoption Month, Lou Bernard chose to write about them.
October 31, 2019
Happy Halloween! "Ghosts of the PA Wilds" is a series of ghost stories written by historian Lou Bernard, who revels in folklore and the paranormal. The PA Wilds Are Calling blog featured a new ghost story from the region each Thursday of October leading up to today. "The Ghostly Music of Ole Bull" looks at the history of Ole Bull State Park and claims of ghostly music emanating from the mountainside.
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