Attractions NEVA Rally :



The Kinzua Viaduct

Physical Address: 296 Viaduct Road, Mt. Jewett, PA 16740

Coordinates: N 41 degrees 45.078 W 78 degrees 34.846

The Kinzua Viaduct, when first constructed in May 1882, was the highest and longest viaduct in the world, measuring 301 feet high and 2,053 feet long. The need to transport coal, oil and lumber across the Kinzua Gorge inspired General Thomas Kane, president of the New York, Lake Erie and Western Coal Company and Octave Chanute, Chief Engineer for the Erie Railroad to design a colossal viaduct.


Hyner View State Park

Hyner View Road

Hyner, PA 17738-0046



PA Grand Canyon

927 Colton Rd,

Wellsboro, PA 16901

Colton Point: 41.70663413634651, -77.46673303440137

PA Grand Canyon attractions draw thousands of visitors every year. They enjoy hiking and biking on the Pine Creek Rail Trail and train rides on the Tioga Central Railroad, also visiting Leonard Harrison State Park and Colton Point or taking a wagon ride tour through the canyon. White Water Rafting, Wineries, Theatre, Music and Museums are all part of the PA Canyon area Attractions.


Elk Country Visitor Center

950 Winslow Hill Road, Benezette, PA 15821


Benezette is the ”Elk Capital of Pennsylvania” and is located in the heart of the state’s wild elk herd, now numbering nearly 1,400 majestic animals. The best spot to start an elk viewing adventure is at the Elk Country Visitor Center on Winslow Hill. The Mt. Zion Historical Park near Benezette is a beautiful and quiet place with an honor walkway and Civil War, Veterans, and Boy Scout memorials. The nearby Quehanna Wild Area features a spectacular White Birch grove in the Marion Brooks Natural Area.



5384 State Route 872 North

Austin, PA 16720

Nestled in a narrow valley and along the winding stream of Freeman Run is the ruins of the Bayless Paper Mill Dam, currently referred to as the Austin Dam.

In 1911 the dam broke and water engulfed much of the town of Austin and claimed over 78 lives.

In 1994 the Austin Dam Memorial Park Association was formed and they since have worked diligently to preserve the dam remains and to create a beautiful natural park.


The Coudersport Ice Mine: Pennsylvania’s Coolest Natural Oddity

176 Ice Mine Rd

Coudersport, PA 16915

The ice mine was discovered by prospectors searching for silver in the mountains outside of Coudersport. After removing the moss along a promising hillside, the men were shocked to discover a layer of ice on this hot summer day. Continuing to dig, they opened a shaft that was roughly 10×12 feet and had a depth of 25 feet. Inside, they found not only large pieces of ice, but also human remains, a petrified fish, and fossils.

No one knows exactly what causes the ice to form in this narrow area. The mine is located on a hillside, shielded from the sun and wind. Ice begins to form in April and continues to build up as the weather warms. Then, starting in September, the ice begins to melt, with only a residual amount remaining during the winter months.


Piper Aviation Museum

One Piper Way

Lock Haven, PA 17745

Phone: 570-748-8283


Pennsylvania Lumber Museum

5660 US Route 6 West

Ulysses, PA 16948

The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is a fun and educational experience for the entire family. Nestled in the wooded mountains of Potter County, the museum invites visitors to discover the courageous yet reckless spirit of Pennsylvania’s lumbering past while learning to care for the forests of the future. Interactive exhibits in our Visitor Center simulate activities such as swinging an ax, sawing a tree, piloting a log raft and racing locomotives for a hands-on experience with history (interactive exhibits are closed due to COVID-19). Outdoor exhibits located across our 10-acre campus include a re-created early 20th-century lumber camp, a 70-ton Shay geared-locomotive, and Barnhart log loader, and a log cabin built by the C.C.C.


Pine Creek Outfitters

5142 Rt 6

Wellsboro, PA 16901

Boating/ Rafting the PA GRAND CANYON: (full day and multi day trips)

THE UPPER PINE CREEK: (half day trips)

Reservations: Reservations are required for shuttle services. Reservations are not required but are highly recommended for all of our rentals. Please understand that we cannot hold equipment for others if you have it reserved.

Reservations are recommended about 1 week in advance. That allows you to see the weather report and make your plans accordingly for rentals and shuttle services.