If you want a park where the pace of nature is the pace of life, visit historic S.B. Elliott State Park. Conveniently located off of Exit 111 on Interstate 80, this central gateway to the Pennsylvania Wilds is a place where visitors can stretch their legs or stay for awhile in one of 25 campsites or six rustic cabins. Home to one of the state’s National Historic Sites for Civilian Conservation Corps architecture, the park gives visitors a chance to step back in time. Break out your GPS unit and take a self-guided historic geo-tour. Learn the history of reforestation efforts at the Dague Nursery located by the park entrance. S.B. Elliott State Park is a hub for the extensive snowmobile opportunities in the area. Swinging by during the summer? For an extra treat, plan your trip around High Country Festival in July. For reservations and information call 1-888-PA-PARKS or visit www.dcnr.state.pa.us.