“Do 6” in Bradford County, Pennsylvania
Welcome to Bradford County, PA!
In 1771, scores of immigrants settled along the banks of the Susquehanna River in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. In their new home, they discovered a serene setting, rolling landscapes, and endless opportunities. Now, over 200 years later, so will you!
About Bradford County:
Mile Markers: 245-290
Tourism Region: Upstate PA & Endless Mountains
“Do 6” – Things to Do in Bradford County:
2. Catch a grand view of the Susquehanna River from the Wyalusing Rocks Scenic Overlook, once a signaling point site of the Iriquois.
4. Visit one of the oldest historical societies in the state, the Bradford County Historical Society, housed in a converted jail from the 1800s.
6. Take a leisurely stroll along the Susquehanna River while on the Towanda River Walk.
Bradford County’s Amazing Prospects:
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National Recreation Trail Adventures in Bradford County:
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