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After playing a crucial role in America’s Independence, Pennsylvania became the second state admitted to the Union in 1787. During the 19th century, Pennsylvania was a focal point for the Civil War and hosted its most pivotal battle in Gettysburg. Today Pennsylvania is a leader among states and competitor among nations in new, emerging industries and traditional industries
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ATTRACTIONS
Eagles Mere Lake
Just 400 paces from the Inn lies a crystal clear lake enveloped by a forest of Pine, Mountain Laurel and giant Rhododendron. Two miles Laurel Path encircles the lake past streams, boulders and caves to the Old Fashioned Beach & Boat Club. The Lake is located in Pennsylvania’s Pocono region.

Historic Mifflinburg
Settled in the late 1700s by German immigrants, the historic town of Mifflinburg makes for a fascinating foray just six minutes west of The Inn. A self-guided walking tour through the historic district guides you past early 1800s Federal-style homes and shops, including Chestnut Street’s craft- and antique-laden Brubaker House Antiques & Adornments. Nicknamed "Buggy Town," Mifflinburg was home to more than 75 buggy makers in its heyday, and its name became synonymous with quality carriage craftsmanship

Great Outdoors
Outdoor activities are in ready supply in the Susquehanna Valley. Favored by innkeepers John and Nancy and suitable for hikers of all levels, Tall Timbers envelops visitors in a regal expanse of giant virgin hemlocks. This trail extends for miles, so feel the subtle tug to continue or heed the call to return. Among other hiking and biking opportunities is the Mid-State Trail, which traces the 250-foot long Paddy Mountain Railroad Tunnel.

Local Art
Nobody captures the essence of Susquehanna Valley life like artist Bradley Shoemaker. His detailed landscapes lovingly depict the quiet serenity and rustic beauty of central Pennsylvania. Brad’s work — ranging from pastoral country scenes to small-town vignettes — graces the walls throughout The Inn. Room 9 displays some of his finer pieces. His pastoral painting of The Inn blanketed in snow is a treasure to the innkeepers, and a print is available as a remembrance to all guests at Gabriel’s Gifts. See more of Brad’s work at his Lewisburg studio and gallery.

The Animal Kingdom
Less-loved members of the animal kingdom get top billing at Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland, just 30 minutes from The Inn. Explore the world of mambas, cobras, vipers, pythons, and other rare and beautiful snakes. Giant alligators, gentle tortoises, curious lizards, and colorful frogs also await discovery on this zoological adventure.

World’s End State Park & Wyoming State Forest
World’s End is virtually in a class by itself. This wild and rustic area seems untamed. The scenery is spectacular, especially the June mountain laurel and fall foliage. High Knob and Canyon vista provide outstanding views and vistas.