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Expansive Shorelines and 2000+ Lakes

Pennsylvania offers a surprising amount of shoreline and waterfront real estate for a landlocked state that borders six others.

 

This state boasts 51 miles of coastline along Lake Erie.

 

The rest of the state's impressive amount of shoreline comes from its 2,500 lakes!

 

For Fun and Function

The majority of Pennsylvania's lakes are man-made impoundments, created for a variety of economic reasons ranging from ice production in the late 1800s to hydroelectric power in the 1920s.

 

Only 50 of the state's lakes are natural glacial lakes, which began forming nearly 10,000 years ago.

 

 

Miles of Open Water to Enjoy

Lake Erie and 17,088-acre Pymatuning Lake are among Pennsylvania's largest and most popular tourist lakes.

 

Each year, thousands flock to these bodies of water to enjoy swimming, hiking and fishing.

 

Camping is also a popular lake past-time on Pymatuning Lake, which has the most number of campgrounds in the state.

 

Close to Major Metropolitan Areas

Numerous lakes in Pennsylvania are located in close proximity to a big city.

 

All-sports Conneaut Lake is located less than 100 miles from Pittsburgh where visitors can tour Bicycle Heaven, a museum featuring all things bikes!

 

Lake lovers can also visit Echo Dell Indian Echo Caverns near Harrisburg, just an hour and 15 minutes from Locust Lake.

 

Or stay in the Pocono Mountains in the Arrowhead Lakes community.

 

This private, gated community is just two hours from Philadelphia, New York City and New Jersey.

 

Your Next Home Sweet Home

With more than 2,000 lakes to drop a line into, finding the next place to hang your hat will be easy.

 

If you love lakes, mountains, and the outdoors Pennsylvania is the place for you.

About Pennsylvania

Expansive Shorelines and 2000+ Lakes

Pennsylvania offers a surprising amount of shoreline and waterfront real estate for a landlocked state that borders six others.

 

This state boasts 51 miles of coastline along Lake Erie.

 

The rest of the state's impressive amount of shoreline comes from its 2,500 lakes!

 

For Fun and Function

The majority of Pennsylvania's lakes are man-made impoundments, created for a variety of economic reasons ranging from ice production in the late 1800s to hydroelectric power in the 1920s.

 

Only 50 of the state's lakes are natural glacial lakes, which began forming nearly 10,000 years ago.

 

 

Miles of Open Water to Enjoy

Lake Erie and 17,088-acre Pymatuning Lake are among Pennsylvania's largest and most popular tourist lakes.

 

Each year, thousands flock to these bodies of water to enjoy swimming, hiking and fishing.

 

Camping is also a popular lake past-time on Pymatuning Lake, which has the most number of campgrounds in the state.

 

Close to Major Metropolitan Areas

Numerous lakes in Pennsylvania are located in close proximity to a big city.

 

All-sports Conneaut Lake is located less than 100 miles from Pittsburgh where visitors can tour Bicycle Heaven, a museum featuring all things bikes!

 

Lake lovers can also visit Echo Dell Indian Echo Caverns near Harrisburg, just an hour and 15 minutes from Locust Lake.

 

Or stay in the Pocono Mountains in the Arrowhead Lakes community.

 

This private, gated community is just two hours from Philadelphia, New York City and New Jersey.

 

Your Next Home Sweet Home

With more than 2,000 lakes to drop a line into, finding the next place to hang your hat will be easy.

 

If you love lakes, mountains, and the outdoors Pennsylvania is the place for you.

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