Located in Hickory Run State Park in the Poconos is Hawk Falls. Situated in the southeastern part of the park off of PA 534 and within shouting distance of I-476, the 25 foot tall waterfall is on Hawk Run. To get to the falls, you can take the Hawk Falls Trail from the trailhead on PA 534. The trail is about 0.4 mile in each direction as it goes through woods, patches of mountain laurel and a bridge on its way to the way to the waterfall.
In the dead of the winter in Pennsylvania, potholes are common and are a part of everyday travel around the Keystone State. But not all potholes will wreck the alignment, tires or suspension on your car, because not all potholes are found on the roads. Some potholes are caused by nature and are called glacial potholes. So it should be of surprise to no one that the world's largest glacial pothole is located right in northeastern Pennsylvania. Archbald Pothole State Park is where the glacial pothole is located, right off of Business US 6 between Scranton and Carbondale. This is no ordinary pothole, or even an ordinary glacial pothole. The Archbald Pothole was formed during the last Ice Age and discovered in 1884 by miners who were trying to expand a mining shaft. The dimensions of the pothole are 38 feet deep, 42 feet wide and a volume
of about 18,600 cubic feet. At Archbald Pothole State Park, there is a viewing platform where you can safely view the glacial pothole and a few in…
Located in a remote area of Southern Bedford County, the Hewitt Covered Bridge is worth the journey. Built in 1879, this Burr Arch-Truss bridge resides in Southampton Township about a mile off of PA 326 and about three miles north of the Pennsylvania/Maryland state line. It is easier to access the bridge from the Flintstone, Maryland exit off of Interstate 68 than any of the two nearby Interstates (70 and 76) in Pennsylvania.