The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania For 2018
The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania For 2018.
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Pennsylvania, a northeastern U.S. state and one of the 13 original colonies, has a diverse terrain, which includes wide stretches of farmland, national forests and mountains. Philadelphia, the Keystone State’s largest city, displays its rich history in Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, an enduring symbol of American freedom.
Pennsylvania is downright beautiful. It is home to some of the country’s richest history, incredible culture and, yes, a picturesque scenery.
The Appalachian Mountains sit here, and the state has more than 120 state parks, with over 100 miles of coastline, and a varied selection of great towns and cities,
each with its own character.
Mountain climbers will love this state, so will surfers, skydivers and skiers even, depending on where you are in the state.
Little wonder the Keystone State is widely considered one of the best states to retire.
The natural allure aside, this is a notion mostly driven by other key factors for anyone interested in the hard data:
economic vibrancy (this is the sixth largest state economy), good health care, school districts that are a cut above the other states, affordability, low rate of homelessness and a high quality of life.
Here then, are the 10 best places to live in Pennsylvania to help inform your decision better.
3. Penn Wynne.
4. State College.
5. Mount Lebanon.
6. Radnor Township.
7. Bethel Park.
8. West Chester.
10. Philadelphia Main Line .
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Driving Through Beautiful Appalachian Mountains in Central Pennsylvania
Appalachian Mountains is a mountain chain in North America that run from south to north on the eastern side of the continent. They are also the oldest mountain chain on the continent and at one point in history they used to be as high as the Alps and the Rocky Mountains.
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Endless Mountain Campground
Escape from the Ordinary...
At Endless Mountain Campground you'll find beautiful riverfront camping sites. If you like to fish, you're sure to enjoy our private boat launch and a river swimming with catfish, muskellunge, pike, bass, perch, walleye and carp.
Nearby attractions include Corning Glass, French Azylum, Keystone Theatre, Antique Shops, Steamtown, Coal Mine Tours, Wyalusing Rocks, Grand Canyon of PA and Local Wineries.
Feel free to take advantage of the nearby attractions, go fishing, or just sit and relax a while.
It's entirely up to you!
Pennsylvania - America Starts Here
This is a great - and long - movie showing many of the diverse highlights in the historic state of Pennsylvania.
Bon Voyage has been arranging holidays to Pennsylvania, and to Philadelphia in particular for 30 Years.
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Hiking and Hammock Camping the Dolly Sods Wilderness, West Virginia
Backpacking in the Dolly Sods Wilderness area in the Monongahela National Forest was a real treat. We had awesome Fall colors on this hike and got to visit Lion's Head and the Forks of Red Creek area. We didn't take a swim this time but maybe when it warms up. Of course we were hammock camping and covered all the miles relatively quickly on this trip. We started at the Bears Rocks trailhead and ended there for a phenomenal backpacking loop and a great taste of West Virginia hiking.
Technically the loop is 21.1 miles. However with quite a bit of backtracking and exploring around Lion's Head we estimate that we did about 25 miles on this trip. The loop is easily doable in 2 days but 3 days makes for a more relaxing time. We stayed at the last camp site along Big Stonecoal Run the first night and the very first stream crossing on the second night.
It can be alot of fun seeing the trip from these guys' perspective. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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