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Links to the Pennsylvania tourism regions Lake Erie Region Allegheny National Forest Region Poconos / Endless Mountains Philadelphia and its Countryside/Lehigh Valley Valleys of the Susquehanna Hershey/Gettysburg/Dutch Country Region Laurel Highlands/Southern Alleghenies Pittsburgh Region
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Heritage Parks
Pennsylvania's Heritage Parks are about the eras of steel and iron making, coal mining, the oil boom, canal and road building, blazing the early roads and highways and living off the land. They're about the influx of immigrants, the challenges and triumphs of a determined people and the birth of liberty and independence. They are why Pennsylvania became the Hearth of America. We invite you to learn more and visit our Heritage Parks.

Lincoln Highway
Lincoln Highway Park Map - Link to more informationIt's where the journey is just as important as the destination, where road warriors can experience nostalgic America at its best. It's the Lincoln Highway-U.S. Route 30 through Pennsylvania-the nation's first coast-to-coast highway stretching from New York City to San Francisco! Just as the Lincoln Highway sparked the public's imagination and fostered the rapid growth of automobile tourism in the early 20th century, the 200-mile Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor beckons you to ride the same ribbon of asphalt and concrete as your grandfather. Visit this heritage park...

Lancaster-York Heritage Park Map - Link to more informationFew places pack in more things to see-and eat-than the Lancaster-York Heritage Park. The original food market to the world, this two-county area is nestled in between the mountains to the north and west, and the Atlantic plain to the east and south; in other words, a convenient and unique place to visit. Visit this heritage park...

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