Tell us YOUR #PAWilds Story!


Submit a story, blog, experience or review of your time in the Pennsylvania Wilds, as a guest or a resident!


  • What does the PA Wilds mean to you?
  • What are your Top Spots to Visit?
  • Do you have special traveling tips?
  • We also love to see the PA Wilds through your eyes! Submit your photos to be included on our website or social media.


We are recruiting PA Wilds Ambassadors!

Share your expertise and passion for the Pennsylvania Wilds, a place and lifestyle unlike any other in the world.


The PA Wilds belongs to ALL of us – residents and visitors. Our 2 million acres of public natural lands are an incredible gift for recreation, to share and to preserve for future generations. OUR PA Wilds is the incredible region it is today because of collaboration and community — and all those who contribute to it!


Join us in our mission! Are you interested in contributing to the PA Wilds blog and website? We are expanding our PA Wilds Ambassador Program. Learn more about the program here. Let us know what you’d like to cover, and why you’d be a great fit here!


Our mission

Celebrate and nurture our natural wonders by connecting people with nature.


Our philosophy

The way of nature is our way of life.


Our method

Welcome those who share our passions.


Our promise

The road less traveled makes all the difference.

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    The PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc. (PA Wilds Center) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to integrate conservation and economic development in a way that strengthens and inspires communities in the Pennsylvania Wilds.