You’ll Love Digging For Fossils At The Unique Montour Preserve in Pennsylvania

Tell the kids you’re going to learn a bit of history on your next outing, and chances are you’re going to hear a few groans. Skip that part, and just head to Montour Preserve in Pennsylvania. The fossil pit, which dates back hundreds of millions of years, is hands-on learning at its finest. Even better? It’s fun for explorers of all ages; you might even feel like a kid again.

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Have you gone fossil digging at Montour Preserve in Pennsylvania? What did you find? Share your experience in the comments! If you’re up for some more outdoor fun that will take you to the most remote section of Pennsylvania, plan a visit to the Hammersley Wild Area in Austin.

Address: 374 Preserve Rd, Danville, PA 17821, USA