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Area Attractions

The Gage Mansion is located in the heart of the lush Allegheny Mountains.  Surrounded by nature and history, there are many things to do.  The following are just a small samples. See the Innkeeper for more itinerary ideas!

Raystown Lake
http://raystown.org/

Raystown Lake is an 8,000 acre lake with 12 public access areas, picnic areas, beaches, boat launches, campgrounds, trails, hunting, fishing, marina concession stands and is operated and maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers. 

Rothrock Outfitters
Rothrock Outfitters is your one stop for everything you need to enjoy the great local canoeing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking and cycling that the area has to offer. Gear to buy or rent, we have what you need. Also offering shuttle service. Please call ahead to make arrangements.

http://www.rothrockoutfitters.com/

Caves, Caverns and Spelunking
Huntingdon County is home to Pennsylvania’s largest concentration of caves and caverns with over 150 known karst sites. The Raystown Lake Region plays host to one-third of all of the caves in Pennsylvania.

Lincoln Caverns
http://lincolncaverns.com/

Penn's Cave

http://pennscave.com/

Hiking, Biking and More
Huntingdon County literally has thousands of miles of trails, and we’re not just talking about hiking trails!  Exploring the Raystown Lake Region by trail can be accomplished in a multitude of ways: day hiking, trail-running, or backpacking on foot; horseback riding; two-wheeling aboard your road bicycle, mountain bike, or motorcycle, paddling your canoe or kayak, riding shotgun in your convertible, strapping on your snowshoes or cross country skis, hopping on your snowmobile, and more.

The Allegrippis Trails are more than 30 miles of stacked-loop trails for use by mountain bikers, hikers, and cross-country skiers.  The Standing Stone Trail (SST) winds over and through some of Pennsylvania's most scenic terrain; and is a part of the rapidly evolving Great Eastern Trail system (GET), which will be a trail system running from New York to Florida. The Mid-State Trail (MST) and Terrace Mountain Trail (TMT) are other long distance or day hike trail destinations that run through Huntingdon County.

Allegrippis Trails at Raystown Lake Recreation Area
http://www.allegrippistrails.com/

Standing Stone Trail
http://www.pahikes.com/trails/standing-stone-trail

Great Eastern Trail system (GET)
http://www.greateasterntrail.net/

The Mid-State Trail (MST)
http://www.hike-mst.org/

Terrace Mountain Trail (TMT)
http://www.nab.usace.army.mil/Portals/63/docs/Recreation/Raystown/tmt.pdf

Swigart Antique Automobile Museum
The oldest automobile museum in America, established in 1920 by the late W. Emmert Swigart.  His son, William Swigart, Jr., took over and developed the collection to number nearly 200.  At any given time, the museum houses part of the Swigart collection, plus a large display of related memorabilia. Two Tuckers, a Stanley Steamer, Model T, a 1903 Oldsmobile (plus the salesman's scale model) and more on display!

Open from Memorial Day weekend to the end of October.
http://www.swigartmuseum.com/