Hartman Center Campground and Retreat
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A visit to Hartman Center Campground sets you up to some great attractions and things to do. Our travel guide will help you better explore the surrounding area and lead you to some excellent places, making great memories in the process.
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Tussey Mountain
Tussey Mountain is an ideal place to spend a day with the family. There is something for everyone here, during the winter months, activities include skiing, snowboarding and tubing and a driving range, mini golf and go karts in the warmer months!
Penn's Cave and Wildlife Park
"America's ONLY All-Water Cavern &
Farm-Nature-Wildlife Park!" 
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Bald Eagle State Park
Bald Eagle State Park is perfect for families, with picnics, hikes, and open grass. The park is beautiful and peaceful; the perfect day long retreat!
Wildfire Ranch
Wildfire Ranch is proud to be one of the few remaining stables in all of Pennsylvania offering public guided trail rides. Our horses are a wonderful mix of Tennessee Walkers, Missouri Fox Trotters and Rocky Mountain saddle horses, along with Arabian, Quarterhorse paint, Morgan/Standardbred and even a stunning Friesian.
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Arboretum at Penn State
The Arboretum at Penn State is a beautiful well kept garden area. It also features live concerts and venues to rent.
Poe Valley State Park
Poe Valley Park is named after its small twenty five acre lake. With tons of hikes and areas for picnics, the park is fun for the whole family!
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Rothrock State Forest
Rothrock State Forest is named for Dr. Joseph Trimble Rothrock, a native of Mifflin County and the commonwealth's first forestry commissioner. He is recognized as the "Father of Forestry" in Pennsylvania. Rothrock State Forest comprises 96,975 acres that spread across the rugged ridges of:

Huntingdon County
Centre County
Mifflin County
Penn-Roosevelt State Park
Penn-Roosevelt is a good base for those seeking low-density recreation on this vast expanse of public land. Popular activities include: hiking on the Mid-State or other State Forest trails, gravel-riding on over 100 miles of Forestry roads, and mountain biking the nearby Cooper's Gap area, a destination Pennsylvania mountain biking trail system.
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