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  2. Star Gazers' Stone - Wikipedia'_Stone

    85001004 [1] Star Gazers' Stone located on Star Gazers' Farm near Embreeville, Pennsylvania, USA, marks the site of a temporary observatory established in January 1764 by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon which they used in their survey of the Mason-Dixon line. The stone was placed by Mason and Dixon about 700 feet (213 m) north of the Harlan ...

  3. Cherry Springs State Park - Wikipedia

    Cherry Springs State Park is an 82-acre (33 ha) [a] Pennsylvania state park in Potter County, Pennsylvania, United States. The park was created from land within the Susquehannock State Forest, and is on Pennsylvania Route 44 in West Branch Township. Cherry Springs, named for a large stand of Black Cherry trees in the park, is atop the dissected ...

  4. Susquehannock State Park - Wikipedia

    Susquehannock State Park. Susquehannock State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 224 acres (91 ha) in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The park is on a scenic plateau overlooking the Susquehanna River and Conowingo Reservoir. The park is named for the Susquehannock people, who lived in the area.

  5. Dutch Wonderland - Wikipedia

    Dutch Wonderland is a 48-acre (19 ha) theme park just east of Lancaster, Pennsylvania in East Lampeter Township, appealing primarily to families with small children. The park's theme is a "Kingdom for Kids." The entrance to the park has a stone imitation castle fa├žade, which was built by Earl Clark, a potato farmer, before he opened the park ...

  6. French Creek State Park - Wikipedia

    French Creek State Park. CCC barracks near the park office. French Creek State Park is a 7,977-acre (3,228 ha) Pennsylvania state park in North Coventry and Warwick Townships in Chester County and Robeson and Union Townships in Berks County, Pennsylvania. [3] It straddles northern Chester County and southern Berks County along French Creek.

  7. List of Pennsylvania state parks - Wikipedia

    Now a National Park Service site, it was established in 1893 as the first state park in Pennsylvania. Voneida State Forest Park: Centre County: unknown: Hairy Johns State Forest Picnic Area: Now part of Bald Eagle State Forest (Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry), it was established 1922 and named for "Hairy John" Voneida

  8. Pithole, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia,_Pennsylvania

    Pithole, or Pithole City, is a ghost town in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, United States, about 6 miles (9.7 km) from Oil Creek State Park and the Drake Well Museum, the site of the first commercial oil well in the United States. [3] Pithole's sudden growth and equally rapid decline, as well as its status as a "proving ...

  9. Safe Harbor, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia,_Pennsylvania

    Safe Harbor is an unincorporated community located within Conestoga Township in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. The general location was an early staging area for Native American tribes traversing the Susquehanna River from the settlements surrounding Conestoga and present day Manor Township. The "Harbor" is an inlet where the ...