There Are Cliffs In Pennsylvania That Look Just Like The White Cliffs Of Dover In England, But Hardly Anyone Knows It Exists

Pennsylvania’s known for its beautiful landscape and unique natural wonders – like Balanced Rock and Bilger’s Rocks. However, there are a few wonders – manmade and natural – that are perhaps best known for their likeness to more famous landmarks. The Dauphin Statue of Liberty, for example, was erected in honor of its New York namesake, and many call Pine Creek Gorge the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. Did you know there’s also a natural wonder in Pennsylvania that’s named after the White Cliffs of Dover in England?

Have you been to this natural wonder in Pennsylvania? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! When you’re ready for your next adventure, check out these 12 hidden gems in Pennsylvania – one for each month of the year.

Address: White Cliffs of Conoy, Marietta, PA 17547, USA

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