The Pennsylvania Wilds are made up of thirteen northern and north-central counties in Pennsylvania.
Cities and Towns
- 1 Bellefonte - Classic Victorian Homes
- 2 Bradford
- 3 Clearfield
- 4 Coudersport
- 5 DuBois
- 6 Galeton
- Jersey Shore
- 7 Kane
- 8 Lock Haven
- 9 Mansfield
- 10 Port Allegany
- 11 Punxsutawney — home to Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil
- 12 Ridgway
- 13 Saint Marys
- South Williamsport
- 14 State College — home to Penn State and the Nittany Lions
- 15 Warren
- 16 Wellsboro
- 17 Williamsport - largest city in the Pennsylvania Wilds.
- Allegheny National Forest
- Bilger's Rocks - Huge rock formations, laid across the land from glaciers during the ice age. Located in Clearfield County
- Curwensville Lake - Largest lake in Clearfield County.
- Mount Nittany - Prominent ridge near Penn State University and the namesake of the school mascot, the Nittany Lion
- Parker Dam State Park - In northern Clearfield County. Hiking, Camping, Swimming, Fishing and boating.
- Quehanna Trail
- Tioga State Forest — Pine Creek Gorge, also known as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania
English is spoken throughout the region. A few families of Amish farmers live in the area and speak a dialect of German called Pennsylvania Dutch.
- Williamsport, home of the Little League World Series, sits in the northern half of the region and has its own regional airport (IPT IATA).
- University Park Airport (SCE IATA)
In Williamsport, the alternative to car transportation is city bus service.