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We invite you to begin your Pennsylvania Wilds adventure with a visit to the backwoods. backroads. backwaters. Conveniently situated along I-80 in central Pennsylvania, Clearfield and DuBois are also easily accessed from  Routes 219 and US 322.

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  • 20 Trails in Pennsylvania That Will Leave You Breathless

    The Happy Traveler embraces adventure, wandering off the beaten path to explore wonderful wilderness, breathtaking beauty and tranquility. With countless trails carving through the mountains and woodlands, hikers can embark on a new journey through a variety of terrains – all while enjoying one-of-a-kind scenic views of the Keystone State. Whether you prefer to hike, bike, bird watch, or sightsee, here are some amazing trails that will leave you breathless. read more..

  • Getaway Mavens Travel Article

    Until recently, Clearfield County, in mid-western Pennsylvania just off I-80, was believed to be nothing more than deer and elk hunting grounds with the largest number of elk outside of the American West. But though it’s hard to imagine, cool things are happening here. read more..

  • Antique and Classic Cars Galore and More at Grice Museum

    Looking for something to do with dad? How about a visit to one of the most unique museums I've been to recently?! The Grice Museum, located in Clearfield, PA, is sure to please dad, as well as other members of the family, with its unique collection of historic and antique cars and vehicles, and taxidermy. read more..

  • Kayaking the West Branch of the Susquehanna River

    It's long been a river integral to the communities that lived along it. The lands along the West Branch were vital hunting grounds and agricultural lands for Native Americans. The first recorded inhabitants of the West Branch Susquehanna River valley were the Iroquoian speaking Susquehannocks -- the name translates to 'people of the muddy river.' read more..

  • 5 Things to Do on Pennsylvania’s West Branch Susquehanna Byway

    Are you looking for an adventure?  Then take a drive to Clearfield County because Pennsylvania’s West Branch Susquehanna Byway is an adventure that awaits you at every turn. read more..

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