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Back Woods, Back Roads, Back Waters of the Pennsylvania Wilds!

Animal Adventures

Elk Herd - The Pennsylvania Wilds is home to the largest elk herd in the Northeastern United States. Visit Winslow Hill, the favorite elk viewing spot near Benezette.

Punxsutawney PhilHome of the annual Groundhog Day celebration each February 2nd since 1886, a trip to Punxsutawney to visit Phil and the Weather Museum provides a gorgeous drive through Amish country. Stop at the numeous cottage industries along the way.

Horseback RidingAt Borrowing Freedom you can arrange a horseback trail ride, a hayride or wander through their annual corn maze.


Outdoor Adventures

Bilger's RocksWhether you are a geology buff looking to inspect some ancient rocks or in the mood for a nature walk and picnic, Bilger's Rocks is a great place to look around and marvel at the enormous rocks, curious caves and beautiful foot paths created by mother nature millennia ago.

Fishing and BoatingClearfield County is famous for its fishing streams and lakes. Don't plan an event on the opening day of Fishing Season if you want anyone to show up anywhere but at a fishing stream or lake. For information on where you can fish and boat in Clearfield County, go to

McCracken's Canoe Rentals for canoe & kayak rentals - Call (814) 765-1410 for river conditions & personalized service.



Clearfield Curwensville County Club - Opened in 1924, this 9 hole course is just 5 minutes from downtown Clearfield

Eagles Ridge Golf Club - Challenging public golf course sits above the Susquehanna River in Curwensville, PA

Scottish Heights Golf Club - An 18 - hole champion course with driving range

Kenterra Gold Course - A 9 hole family owned and operated course set in peaceful rural farmland in DuBois

See Visit Clearfield County Travel Website for more golf options in and around Clearfield County.



Starr Hill Vineyard & Winery - In Curwensville is an Old World style winery that also offers tastings, tours and a large selection of Polish Pottery.

Bee Kind Winery - The newest area winery is located in Clearfield along the Susquehanna River and focused on creating great tasting balanced wines that are affordable yet unique.

Laurel Mountain Winery - A family owned and operated winery since 1995. You may tour the winery and grounds, view the Antique Tool Museum, experience how our Eastern variety wines are grown and produced. 

Visit Clearfield County Travel Website for more winery options in and around Clearfield County.  



Clearfield Arts Studio Theater - Amateur theater, quality plays, music, and special events year-round. 112 E. Locust Street, Clearfield

Ritz Theater -Original 1890 building, great marque, traditional small-town theater where the admission price is less than popcorn at most urban theaters. 111 E. Market, Clearfield

Super 322 Drive-In Theater - Opened in 1950 and is one of the few remaining Drive-In Theaters in Pennsylvania