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 Mount Jewett
- 11 Port Allegany
- 12 Punxsutawney — home to Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil
- 13 Ridgway
- 14 Saint Marys
- South Williamsport
- 15 State College — home to Penn State and the Nittany Lions
- 16 Warren
- 17 Wellsboro
- 18 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
- Cameron, Clarion, Elk, Forest, and Jefferson Counties
- Centre County
- Clearfield County
- Clinton County
- Lycoming County
- McKean County
- Potter & Tioga Counties
- Warren County
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.
Be aware that there are many areas where cellular reception will be weak or non-existent. Along major highways, you'll likely be okay but even then an intervening mountain can cause connection issues. On the back roads, all bets are off. (Even satellite reception may be blocked if there's a big hill immediately to your south.)