If you’ve ever driven through Pennsylvania, you know it’s one of the most beautiful places in the country, especially during the fall. So if you’re looking for a way to spend your weekends this fall, why not try a road trip around the state? Here are some great ideas for the best road trips to take in Pennsylvania this season.
A highly-recommend road trip is to go through Pennsylvania’s ghost towns. Starting from Ghost Town Trail, the trip is eleven and a half hours driving, making a loop that hits Fallbrook Cemetery, Ricketts, Concrete City, Centralia, the Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike, and more. The beginning and end of the route are close together and fairly close to Pittsburgh.
In the same vein, you could take a trip through Pennsylvania’s most abandoned places, perfect for Halloween. But if you’d keep it light on the creepy factor, try the state’s most picturesque small towns. Start from Ligonier if you’re near Pittsburg and check out Hollidaysburg, Elizabethtown, Eagles Mere, and more, stopping only once you’ve reached Smethport.
If you’re not interested in visiting towns and cities and you’d rather check out the natural wonders of Pennsylvania, there’s a road trip for that too! Pennsylvania is full of interesting and beautiful nature, from Dinosaur Rock to Ringing Rock County Park. Or you can take advantage of the season and go on a fall foliage road trip, which will take you from outside Pittsburgh all the way to Philadelphia and back for some incredible views of the changing leaves.
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