These Fascinating Pennsylvania Kilns Have Been Abandoned And Reclaimed By Nature For Decades Now

We have no shortage of abandoned places in Pennsylvania to explore, and each has its own fascinating tale to tell. A trip to this Pennsylvania state park offers a glimpse into the rich history of the mining of limestone in the state. Get the behind-the-scenes details on educational placards, and visit what remains of these limestone kilns in Pennsylvania. But that’s just the beginning of the fascinating experience that awaits.

Have you seen these Pennsylvania kilns at Canoe Creek State Park? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! Has it been too long since you’ve been on a road trip? Set off on this road trip to the nine most abandoned places in Pennsylvania.

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Address: Canoe Creek State Park, 205 Canoe Creek Rd, Hollidaysburg, PA 16648, USA