Spring’s all about rebirth and the return of the natural beauty we all love – from the ruby-throated hummingbirds flittering about in our backyards to the colorful flowers blossoming. While life might consistently throw us curveballs, we can be assured of one thing. The sights and sounds of nature – like the singing spring peepers in Pennsylvania – will always provide us with some sense of normalcy. When do spring peepers come out in Pennsylvania? (And what are peepers?) Keep reading!

Want to hear the spring peepers sound? Click play below to hear the song of the spring peepers from YouTube user Jeff McColl.

Do spring peepers come out in Pennsylvania? Without a doubt! Have the singing spring peepers returned to your corner of Pennsylvania yet? What’s your favorite part of the new season? Let us know in the comments! Are you ready for the return of the ruby-throated hummingbirds in Pennsylvania, too?

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What is spring like in Pennsylvania?

When it comes to spring in Pennsylvania, expect the unexpected – especially with the weather.  Just as the temperature grows warmer and the sun stays out longer, we’ll start putting our winter gear away and start prepping for summer. As soon as we’ve said a fond farewell to winter, it happens. A sudden spring snowstorm. That’s not really too much of a surprise, though, is it? After all, anyone who’s lived in Pennsylvania for any amount of time knows that we can – and often do – experience all four seasons in a single day. We bundle up in the morning to face the bitterly cold temperatures only to come home and debate whether we should put the A/C on.

What are the first things Pennsylvanians do at the first signs of spring in Pennsylvania?

We all know someone who wears shorts even in the dead of winter. Heck, we might even BE that someone. As soon as the temperatures inch above 50 degrees Fahrenheit, though, we’re pulling on the shorts and slipping on the flip flops. That means packing away all of the winter gear, too – from shovels and scrapers to heavy coats and boots. Those first signs of spring mean a ton of fresh air as we open our windows and roll down the car windows. It means long conversations on front porches and making plans for the warmer days ahead.

What are some of the best spring hikes in Pennsylvania?

After a long, gray winter, most of us want little more than to spend some time outdoors – breathtaking in the fresh air, enjoying the warmth, and soaking up the spring sunshine.

We also have an abundance of beautiful, easy spring hikes in Pennsylvania that are well worth doing.

  • The Alpine Trail meanders half of a mile through Gifford Pinchot State Park. Short but sweet, the trail is bursting with colorful wildflowers.
  • Shohola Falls Loop Trail will lead you straight to a beautiful waterfall of the same name.
  • Dingmans Falls is at perhaps its strongest during the warm spring months.