Location

Located in the southern part of Clearfield County, 40 minutes from I-99 (Tyrone exit) and 30 minutes from I-80 (Clearfield exit), our Farmhouse is the ideal place to stay for those seeking a quiet country retreat, or looking for sight-seeing opportunities near Prince Gallitzin State Park and the Clearfield area.

Local Attractions

Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil

What does a sleepy, furry marmot have to do with seasonal change? According to fans of Punxsutawney Phil, everything! The town of Punxsutawney, Pa. has a lot of fun, family-friendly attractions year round. Plan a road trip to Punxsutawney around Groundhog Day, see the Prognosticator himself and experience the charm of Phil's home!

Penn State Football

An hour away from State College, our farmhouse makes great accommodations for Penn State Football fans.

Curwensville Dam

Pavilions, recreational park, and swimming area are perfect for company picnics, family reunions, or just a get together with the family. Curwensville Lake offers many opportunities to entertain the whole family. Biking, hiking, boating, and fishing are just a few of the activities available at Curwensville Lake. Bring your hot dogs, Frisbee, volleyball and some friends and enjoy a day or a whole weekend.

West Branch of the Susquehanna

Flowing 228 miles from Cherry Tree to Sunbury, the West Branch forms the lifeblood linking what is now known as the Lumber Heritage region. Here, Pennsylvania's virgin timber was harvested throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries to supply lumber for shipbuilding, construction and coal mine props. Much of this lumber was rafted down the West Branch to markets on or near the Chesapeake Bay. Today, the West Branch flows through a northern hardwood forest of oak, cherry, maple and remnants of the great white pine and hemlock forests of early settlers' times.

Prince Gallitzin State Park

At Prince Gallitzin State Park, the forested hills of the Allegheny Plateau cradle sprawling Glendale Lake. Vistas offer scenic views of the 1,635-acre lake with its 26 miles of shoreline, which is a favorite of anglers and boaters. Campers flock to the large campground and also enjoy hiking and other outdoor activities. The varied habitats of the park make it a home for many types of wildlife, and a rest stop in the spring and fall migrations.

Rails to Trails (hiking, bicycling)

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., whose mission it is to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors to build healthier places for healthier people.