Coudersport Golf Club


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Cloudersport Golf Club

Coudersport Golf Club is an 18-hole semi-private golf course open for public use. It is nestled in the picturesque valley land of the Northcentral Pennsylvania Wilds.

The golf course offers a challenging test… yet is playable for players of any skill level.

Our clubhouse also offers one of the best banquet facilities in the area. With a fully staffed kitchen and bar, we can meet any group’s needs. We feature food in our bar as well as dinners on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights. It’s a great place for wedding receptions, parties, meetings, and events.
 

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Galeton Fireworks Show


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Galeton Independence Day Parade
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Galeton & Independence Day Celebration

Don’t just take another hectic vacation this year! Come to Galeton in Potter County and be refreshed! There is no noise, no traffic, no lines, no hassle! Just plenty of open spaces, beautiful mountains and valleys to hunt or hike, peaceful streams to fish or raft, unique shops to browse, irresistible eateries to be recharged in, comfortable lodging to rest in and so much more … what are you waiting for?

Join us this July 4th weekend and celebrate Independence Day! Parades, Food, Vendors, Activities, Scenery, and of course Fireworks!

Galeton is a small community located in the heart of Potter County ~ God’s Country, right on Scenic Rt. 6. We have approximately 1350 residents and about 600 homes. The Borough is nestled in the valley surrounded by beautiful mountains and forest land, built around Center Town Lake Park. Nature’s view is spectacular everywhere you look!
 

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Austin Historical Society


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E.O. Home & Austin Historical Society

For all the information about the Dam Disaster & the history of Austin, this is quite possibly the best museum in the surrounding area. Well worth the short drive.

The E.O. Austin Home is a museum dedicated to the history of Austin and the surrounding areas. You can learn more about the history of; The 1911 Austin flood, health care, logging and farming, our military, and many other areas. Our two story museum houses over 1,700 square feet and is comprised of thousands of artifacts. Each one with a different story and history all their own. Please take some time to view our website and photo gallery, but understand that the best way to learn about the E.O. Austin Home is to visit the museum and take a tour.
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Woodsman Show


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Cherry Springs Woodsmen Show

The Woodsmen Show celebrates the rich lumber history of Potter County. Come see the top lumberjacks in the country come to Cherry Springs State Park to compete in events like cross cut saw, springboard, axe throwing and tree felling – the same events featured in the popular outdoor games on TV. Witness ordinary people test their own skills while rubbing elbows with the pros. Watch talented chainsaw artists create works of beauty.

Discover exhibits, vendors and historical re-enactments all commemorating our great forest and the life of the woodhick. After soaking in all the activities, sit down with a hearty meal and enjoy traditional music.

Held at Cherry Springs State Park, Rt. 44, Potter County and sponsored by the Galeton Rotary Club. The three day weekend offers a bit of excitement for everyone. Every event has a connection to Potter County’s rich lumbering history.

 

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Wildlife Watching


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Wildlife Watching

Welcome to Pennsylvania’s “Elk Country.” This is one of the most scenic and remote regions of Penn’s Woods. It offers a great opportunity to view Pennsylvania’s elk and other wildlife. The Game Commission and Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) are developing a series of public viewing sites that provide safe parking and alternatives to viewing elk along the area’s highways. The following destinations are some of the best places to have a great wildlife viewing experience. For more information on Elk viewing visit the DCNR website by clicking http://www.pgc.state.pa.us/pgc/cwp/view.asp?a=471&q=151441

As many as 75,000 people will travel to the local area to view elk in September and October. With this much traffic, it is easy for conflicts to arise between residents, elk and visitors. With this in mind, we encourage all visitors to respect the privacy of the residents, and also would like to remind everyone that it is unlawful to feed the elk, and can be dangerous to approach them for photos or petting.

There are many places that you can view wild elk in and around Potter County. However, there are several areas that have proven to be exceptional spots for viewing elk. For a complete list with details about these locations, please visit the DCNR website by clicking http://www.pgc.state.pa.us/pgc/cwp/view.asp?a=471&q=151441

For more information visit the links below.

Pennsylvania Game Commission
Northcentral Regional Office
570-398-4744
www.pgc.state.pa.us

Northwest PA Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau
1-800-348-9393
www.pagreatoutdoors.com

Statewide Travel and Tourism Information
1-800-VISIT-PA
www.experiencepa.com
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