Leaf Peepers

Leaf peeping is a popular pastime with families, hikers & bikers, photographers... everyone!  Let us help you plan a fall getaway during peak leaf peeping season.  We can suggest many unique opportunities to enjoy autumn's kaleidoscope created by the brilliantly colored leaves and their beautiful reflections on the water!

The Pennsylvania Great Outdoors is home to more than one million acres of forested land including the Allegheny National Forest, Cook Forest State Park, and many other state parks and forests!

See the leaves!

Scenic Drives  We've put together a few scenic drives with turn-by-turn directions and great stops along the way.

Hit the Trails  Hundreds of miles of hiking and recreational trails are available year-round for your enjoyment.

Segway Rentals  Cruise around the Foxburg area on a segway!

Horseback Riding  Hundreds of miles of equestrian trails wind through the Allegheny National Forest and state parks.

Float Down the River  Enjoy the relaxing pleasure of canoeing or kayaking on one of our sparkling waterways to see the fall leaves.

Fall Foliage Bucket List

Beartown Rocks  An impressive collection of enormous boulders providing winding trails and scenic overlooks.

Brady's Bend Overlook  Enjoy the fall foliage from the vista in East Brady for an extraordinary panoramic scene of the bend in the Allegheny River.

Cook Forest Fire Tower  Climb the 87.5-foot structure for a one-of-a-kind view from an elevation of over 1600 feet.

Lighthouse Island  A 22.5-acre island offers a public boat launch, fishing pier, and a one-mile walk/bike trail.

Quehanna Wild Area  Nearly 50,000 acres have been designated as a protected wildlife area and home to several species of birds and other animals including elk, deer and coyotes.  Hiking and biking are popular on the looping trail system.

Sinnemahoning State Park  Located along the Sinnemahoning Creek, the park offers a picturesque view of surrounding peaks and deep valleys with numerous wildlife including resident Bald Eagles, black bear, white-tailed deer and elk.

Top of the World  Mason Hill Overlook in Cameron County is known as "top of the world" for its breathtaking views.

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