Gently nestled between the Allegheny Plateau and the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians of northeastern Pennsylvania lies a national treasure of unimaginable splendor—Ricketts Glen. Once the proud home of Native Americans in ages past, this 13,000-acre state park is known for its magnificent, old-growth forest, spectacular flora and fauna, mesmerizingly winding and canopied hiking trails, and 24 cascading and breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls.
Neatly tucked in secluded woods in rural Pennsylvania, just 4 miles from Ricketts Glen State Park, is the quaint and charming Old Tioga Inn. Located just off the Old Tioga Turnpike, this log home bed & breakfast offers old-fashioned charm coupled with a host of modern creature comforts. Trust me…Waking up in the morning to the sound of birds chirping and the cool rush of a mountain breeze at Old Tioga just can’t be beat.