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PA is home to more than 54,000 miles of rivers and streams, 116 state parks, 20 state forests, and the Allegheny National Forest. More than 100 greenways and rail trails are available for non-motorized recreation, including some of the longest bicycle rail trails in the country. Pennsylvania recreational corridors total more than 2000 miles.

Because of these protected natural resources, the state is well known for hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, whitewater sports, and bicycling. These special places can be found throughout the state, always a short distance away from the cities and towns of every region.

And sometimes, getting there is half the fun. There are 19 scenic drives, including the Route 6 scenic drive and State Heritage Corridor that spans 400 miles along the state’s northern regions.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of places to roam. You’re never too far from the countryside in Pennsylvania.

Outdoor & Recreation Blog

Trout Season in PA

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

It's March and that means that it's almost time for Trout Fishing in PA!  Pennsylvania now has two opening days for trout season.

March 30th is first day of trout season in 18 south east counties in the state - including in the Neshaminy Creek, Yellow Breeches Creek, Falling Spring, and Dennis Creek.

April 13th is opening day for t...

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