Pennsylvanians are a unique bunch, but there’s likely one thing we can all agree on. It’s darn near impossible to get bored in Pennsylvania. There’s so much to see and do that we could spend a lifetime exploring and not do it all. That means we have to pack in as much as we can when we can. When you’re looking for the perfect weekend getaway, make your way to Ambler, PA, one of the best small towns in Pennsylvania.

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Go on a virtual stroll of Four Mills Nature Reserve in Ambler. This YouTube video was shared by Eion ONeill.

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Looking for fun all year long? Make sure you visit these 12 small towns in Pennsylvania – one for each month of the year. Or, if you prefer slipping on a pair of hiking shoes and checking out the best hiking trails in Pennsylvania, stop by AllTrails to get started.

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Small Towns In Pennsylvania

What are some of the best small towns in Pennsylvania?

Experience a bit of yesteryear when you visit one of the best small towns in Pennsylvania, including:

  • Step straight into the real-life Bedford Falls when you visit the adorable town of Indiana, home of Hollywood legend Jimmy Stewart and the Christmas Tree Capital of the World.
  • Stroll through the postcard-perfect downtown of Lititz, or visit the state’s only wolves at Wolf Sanctuary of PA.
  • Go on a scenic train ride or explore the downtown area of Jim Thorpe, considered the Switzerland of Pennsylvania.
  • Explore perhaps the most historic and haunted small town in Pennsylvania – Gettysburg.
  • Get your chocolate fix or have a ton of fun at one of the many attractions, including Hersheypark, in Hershey.

Are there any ghost towns in Pennsylvania?

Yep, there are quite a few! Here are some of the most fascinating ghost towns in Pennsylvania:

  • Centralia
  • Eckley
  • Frick’s Lock
  • Pithole
  • Ricketts