Enjoy Fall in the Great Outdoors of Pennsylvania

From fall festivals, animal adventures, hiking and more – the options are endless.


Fall is a beautiful and special time in Pennsylvania’s Great Outdoors region. The mountains, river valleys and countryside are ablaze with the bright colors of autumn. The sounds of bugling elk echo throughout Pennsylvania’s wild elk country as bulls battle for breeding rights during the rut. The Elk Country Visitor Center is the perfect place to start any elk viewing adventure.


Clarion, The Autumn Leaf Capital of the World, celebrates the season with the Autumn Leaf Festival. This huge nine-day event features Farmers and Crafters Day, Tournament of Leaves Parade, Autorama Cruise-In, food, music and family fun. The Clarion River, the 2019 Pennsylvania River of the Year, offers visitors opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, tubing, boating, fishing and wildlife watching.

At Cook Forest State Park, visitors can climb a fire tower to experience a breathtaking view of the Clarion River Valley below, hike through giant ancient hemlocks and pines in the Forest Cathedral or just relax surrounded by abundant natural beauty. For more information on lodging, dining, events and help planning your trip, call us at 814/849-5197 or visit us online at VisitPAGO.com.

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