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Area Attractions

The Corning Museum of Glass

The Corning® Museum of Glass

The Corning Museum of Glass is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to telling the story of glass. Glass is a versatile, ancient material that is still being explored and understood by artists, scientists, and historians today. The story of glass is a story about art, history, culture, technology, science, craft and design.


World of Little League® Museum

World of Little League® Museum

The World of Little League® Museum was built to inform and educate people about the history, service, goals and initiatives of Little League Baseball and Softball. Hundreds of artifacts and archival materials are on display and organized for research and educational purposes. The informative and entertaining exhibits are enjoyed by people of all ages.


Steamtown National Historic Site

Steamtown National Historic Site

In years past, you would feel heat from the firebox, smell hot steam and oil; you would hear the whistle, feel the ground vibrate, and watch as one-ton drive rods turned steel wheels. Today, you can learn the history of steam railroad transportation, and the people who built, repaired and rode, as Steamtown works to preserve a special era in America’s industrial history!


Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour

Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour

Descend slowly into the earth in a mine car as you enter old Slope #190. Watch the sky slowly disappear. Soon you’ve reached “the foot”. Then explore 300 feet beneath the earth through an anthracite coal mine originally opened in 1860. Accompany a miner in the winding underground gangways past three different veins of hard coal, as you learn about deep mining’s history.


Pine Creek Gorge

Pine Creek Gorge

Pine Creek Gorge, almost 50 miles long and over 1,000 feet deep, is known as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. It offers spectacular views, abundant wildlife and beautiful foliage that promise a brilliant fall display of deep reds, yellows and purples in early October. The drive along the west rim of the gorge provides beautiful scenery and an impressive density of birds and other wildlife.


Mount Pisgah State Park

Mount Pisgah State Park

Mount Pisgah State Park is in the scenic Endless Mountains region of Pennsylvania’s Northern Tier. The 1,302-acre park is along Mill Creek, at the base of Mt. Pisgah, elevation 2,260 feet. A dam on Mill Creek forms Stephen Foster Lake, named after the famous composer and onetime local resident. The park is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset.


Worlds End State Park

Worlds End State Park

Worlds End State Park is situated in a narrow S-shaped valley of the Loyalsock Creek. Surrounded by the Loyalsock State Forest, the 780-acre park offers visitors diverse recreational opportunities within a pristine environment. The rugged natural beauty coursing through the heart of the Endless Mountains landscape provides many photographic possibilities.


National Soaring Museum

National Soaring Museum

Elmira, New York is regarded as the “Soaring Capital of America,” in part because of soaring’s central role for over 80 years in the social and economic history of the region. The National Soaring Museum is an aviation museum working to preserve the history of motorless flight. The Museum includes the United States Soaring Hall of Fame.


National Warplane Museum

National Warplane Museum

The National Warplane Museum was established in 1994 with a goal to maintain the traditional airshow held on the turf strip at the Geneseo airport and to highlight the aircraft of the past with a focus on World War II aviation. The collection includes 16 aircraft that have either been restored or are under restoration, along with engines, motor vehicles, uniforms and much more.


French Azilum Historic Site

French Azilum Historic Site

Flee or face the guillotine! This was the simple choice for loyalists of French King Louis XVI in 1793. Dozens of refugees came to the French Azilum on a horseshoe bend along the Susquehanna River. They lived here for 10 years until Napoleon Bonaparte granted repatriation rights after the French Revolution to citizens who had fled to escape persecution.


Wyalusing Rocks

Wyalusing Rocks

Wyalusing Rocks was once a lookout post high above the Susquehanna River for American Indian villages in the fertile valley below. A series of huge rocks jut out of a nearly sheer cliff several hundred feet above the river basin. The Great Warrior Path, an American Indian trail leading north to the lake region and south to the Carolinas passed through the area.

Fine Restaurants • Shopping • Antiques • Golf • Bowling • State Game Lands
Antler Ridge Winery Pickering Winery
Nicholson Railroad Bridge & Tunkhannock Viaduct • Covered Bridges • Keystone Theatre
Visit the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission for local fishing information.


Visit the PA Route 6 Alliance and the Visit Bradford County websites for complete lists of area attractions and events:
PA Route 6 Alliance

Visit Bradford County
Riverside Acres Campground

976 Echo Beach Road
Towanda, PA 18848

Phone: (570) 265-3235

Email: camp@riversideacres.com

PCOA
Northeast Campground Owners Association