Pennsylvania March 18, 2018
There’s An Incredible B&B Hiding In The Middle Of This Pennsylvania State Park And You Need To Visit
We’re almost there, having made it through another PA winter. As we anxiously count down these final days until spring, what could be better than planning the perfect getaway? Wake up to glorious sunrises, the melody of birds chirping, and surrounded by nature. Then, sit down to a hot, homemade breakfast. This enchanting B&B in Pennsylvania provides an idyllic setting for a relaxing getaway.
in Bald Eagle State Park, the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle promises a unique bed & breakfast experience you just can't find anywhere else.
Drink in endless views of the nearly 6,000 acre state park from the windows in your room. Or, better yet, relax on your private balcony or patio to watch the sunrise or sunset.
The Nature Inn at Bald Eagle offers several guest room accommodations, including single and double rooms, basic suites, small suites, and large suites. Rooms/suites have either a lake view or a forest view.
Kick each morning of your B&B stay off with a complimentary breakfast. In addition to hot entrees, choose from an assortment of seasonal fruit, muffins, pastries, and more.
Order a box lunch or snack and have it delivered to your room. Or, carry it with you as you explore the sprawling state park right outside of your window.
Have kids? Stop by the front desk before exploring for the day. Nature Inn lends out "birding backpacks" filled with goodies like binoculars and field guides. Other B&B amenities include access to the on-site library, patio grills, and a fixed sighting scope.
Bald Eagle State Park offers a plethora of activities all year around. Hiking, swimming at the sandy beach, boating, and wildlife watching are among the most popular.
Sit around a roaring fire back at the B&B after a day of exploration, roasting marshmallows and...
Watching the spectacular sunset behind the 1,730 acre lake.
Nature Inn at Bald Eagle
201 Warbler Way
Howard, PA 16841
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