Penn Wells Hotel & Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Rte 6 is the 2nd longest continuous highway in USA; from Bishop, CA to Cape Cod. This PA scenic portion is 1 rolling hill after another with farm lands interspersed between forests, rivers, small towns of yesterday-year......and vista views of the fall foliage on every ridge. This "Endless Mountain" area part of the Allegheny Mountains is rich in Civil War, Native Indian, French Azilum settlement histories.....and currently a booming fracking area. Vivid fall colors explode over every ...
We leave the Econo Lodge in Wilkes Barre around 9am and start making our ride north on route 6 which is the scenic route. It is a beautiful sunny day today and we are both really enjoying the ride.
Our first stop is the Pocono Mountains and the scenery is beautiful. We opt for scenic byways which are always curvy and fun rather than the interstate highways as they can be and straight ...
Wellsboro is a unique rural town off of Route 287 and Route 6. It brings back memories of the small town atmosphere from the 1950's and 1960's. City is well kept and a variety of eateries to suite your taste. Trees line downtown and there is still that old style movie theater.
Many great attractions with Pine Creek Trail nearby and the PA Grand Canyon. They have a nice Wellsboro Diner, The Steak House, and much more.
Many of us dream of visiting the great Grand Canyon of the West. When you are 2,000 miles away from this national and historic site the next best site is in Tioga County in Pennsylvania where the glaciers 10,000 years ago left a captivating landscape of forest, valleys, and water streams. This area is best known as the PA Grand Canyon of the East. The beautiful forestry is no doubt why it was the ...
... of Wellsboro from a brochure Jared picked up at the information center. My favorite part came from of the walking tour was the "Lincoln Door House." The front door of the house was a gift from Abraham Lincoln to Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Shearer when they bought the house in 1858. Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs. Shearer were close friends in Springfield, Illinois and the door came from a building there. It was cool to see that the door is still ...