Pennsylvania February 23, 2017
There’s A Tiny Town In Pennsylvania Completely Surrounded By Breathtaking Natural Beauty
Wake up and breathe in the fresh country air. Stroll through the quaint town where friendliness is the norm rather than the exception. While away the day in the sun – hiking, fishing, or kayaking – or get an up close view of a lighthouse in this tiny town in Pennsylvania.
Boasting a cozy population of less than 500, Tionesta promises breathtaking natural scenery at every turn.
Nestled within Forest County, Tionesta spans little more than a mile and dates back to 1805.
Feel the warmth of small town America when you explore Tionesta, marveling at its charming homes, churches, and...
Quaint storefronts that look as though they belong on an old-fashioned postcard. Browse the town's stores, including Forest Hardware, Hallers General Store, and Farm Fresh Foods.
Explore Tionesta Market Village, a mini-Main Street with quaint storefronts in which local retailers sell their products, including unique gifts and snacks. Tionesta Market Village is open on the weekends from May through October.
Rich in American Indian history, Tionesta celebrates its heritage each summer with the Tionesta Indian Festival, slated for August 15-20, 2017. The multi-day festival features a parade, arts and crafts, entertainment, and vendor booths.
Snap photos of the picturesque Sherman Memorial Lighthouse on Lighthouse Island. Explore the lighthouse during one of three annual tours. The private island also welcomes the public to its one mile trail, to fish, and to use its boat launch.
Learn more about the area by visiting the Forest County Historical Society or head outdoors to...
View the local wildlife, including bald eagles, or join a tour of the Tionesta Fish Hatchery, which also features a visitor's center and a fish display outdoors.
Stop by Tionesta Creek to fish along the famous Frog Rock or make a day of it at Tionesta Lake, where you can engage in a variety of popular activities, including...
Fishing, boating, hiking, and water skiing. Pack lunch and picnic on the banks of the water. Pitch a tent for a night outdoors or bring your binoculars to bird watch during your peaceful getaway to this tiny town in Pennsylvania.
Find pure relaxation when you visit this tiny town in Pennsylvania that offers plenty to do. Pennsylvania boasts plenty of tiny and small towns,
like Lititz, that are reminiscent of a simpler time.