Enjoy a gorgeous drive, wildlife, great fishing, see a 830-foot deep gorge, and 301-foot-high Kinzua Rail Viaduct.
Part of the Grand Army of the Republic Highway, this trip takes about 5 hours. Depart from the town of Wellsboro and drive west 12 miles to Ansonia. A left turn on Colton Road takes you to Pine Creek Gorge, the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, and to Colton Point State Park. The park offers vistas of the 830-foot deep ravine.
Back on Route Six, follow Pine Creek through the town of Galeton all the way to the Read more . . .
Discover beautiful farms, horse-drawn plows, farm stands with fresh produce, the oldest girls’ boarding school in USA, an old pretzel bakery, and a chocolate factory.
The Amish Drive is a short drive from Gap to Marietta on Route 772. The 35-mile drive runs through the center of Amish country in Lancaster County. The Amish religion started in Switzerland in the 16th Century. They use horses instead of tractors to plow their fields, which gives the land a distinguishing appearance. Drive west out of Gap toward Intercourse. Here you can view the shops and galleries at People’s Place. Read more . . .
Enjoy gently sloped mountains, serene trout streams, famous Woodstock, hiking, spectacular mountain views, and a festive Alpine air during winter.
The Catskill Mountains have been renowned in paintings for their gentle slopes and serene trout streams. The drive begins just west of Kingston on Route 28. Travel 6 miles down this heavily commercialized place to Route 375 until you reach the very famous artist town of Woodstock, made famous by the 1969 music festival that actually was held 50 miles southwest.
Return to Route 28 and pass along the Ashokan Reservoir and the Kenozia Lake, part of New York City’s water supply system. Route 28 follows parts of Esopus Creek, a Hudson River tributary and home to a variety of wildlife. A right turn off Route 28, near the township of Shandaken, will put you on Route Read more . . .
See hardwood forests of maple, beech, and birch that explode with color, mountain views, and spectacular views of glistening Lower Saranac Lake.
This 2-1/2 hour drive through the thickly forested, 6 million-acre state parkland of the Adirondack Mountains, with 42 peaks rising more than 4,000 feet, will literally take your breath away. Start your drive at the intersection of Route 8 and 30 in the village of Speculator, a popular fishing, hunting, and skiing center. This portion of the road will take you up the base of the mountain through hardwood forests of beech, maple, and birch that explode with color in the fall. Follow Route 30 north to Lewey Lake and the Lewey Lake Campgrounds, the first major stopping place. Read more . . .
Discover Sandy Hook Peninsula to Cape May, the oldest continuously operating lighthouse in the U.S., saltwater fishing, boating, bird, whale, and dolphin watching, fun seaside attractions, and Atlantic City’s famous casinos.
This public beachfront drive extends 127 miles like to a pointing finger along the Atlantic Ocean from the Sandy Hook Peninsula in the north to Cape May at the southern tip. Hop on the Garden State Parkway at Sandy Hook Peninsula and proceed south down the shore. Sandy Hook Peninsula displays the Sandy Hook Lighthouse, the oldest continuously operating lighthouse in the country, and the Gateway National Recreation Area, which provides a glimpse of the historic New York City skyline. Quintessential seaside amusements and recreational activities will greet you at every turn.
Grab a pole and take pleasure with some saltwater fishing from the pier, dock bridge, or boat. Water sport Read more . . .