The Pine Creek Valley is known as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon
. The Grand Canyon continues for about 47 miles south to Avis, Pa. where it meets the Susquehanna River encompassing some 300,000 acres. The maximum depth of the canyon is 1,450 feet at Waterville. At Leonard Harrison and Colton Point State Parks it is about 800 feet from the rim to the bottom and about 4,000 feet from rim to rim. The Grand Canyon provides for an array of outdoor recreation. Stay with us and experience our outdoor paradise!
The mountains and forests of northcentral PA are called the Pennsylvania Wilds. Here you will find the smallest populated county (Forest), a county where the headwaters of the Genesee, the Allegheny and the Susquehanna Rivers all begin (Potter), the Allegheny National Forest, (Warren, Forest, McKean and Jefferson), the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, (Tioga) and so much more. Crosscountry skiing, ATVing, hunting, hiking, fishing... think of something outdoors and it happens here!