212 North Jay Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745

Visitors Bureau


Whether you’re looking to get away from it all, for outdoor adventures, or a taste of the rural life, Clinton County’s got it all and then some! We’ve got the great outdoors – more than 60 percent of the County is state land, available for public use. The region boasts a network of trails, state parks, forests and game lands, the Susquehanna River, streams and lakes. You can also enjoy sights and attractions ranging from breath-taking overlooks, to shopping for Amish and “English” handcrafted items, to local festivals, historical sites, a local barn theatre featuring professional actors, and outdoor concerts all summer long! Clinton County is an easy drive from most points in the northeast United States, and there are plenty of choices for great food and a comfortable place to stay. We’re a gateway to the Pennsylvania Wilds region. Whether you’re coming for a weekend, or staying for the week, you’ll find plenty to see and do for the whole family. Read on and start planning your visit! If you have questions, we’re a phone call away at: (570)748-5782! 

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Click This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request a free copy of our Clinton County Visitors Guide.
(View the online Guide by clicking the middle photo to the left (Guy/dog in hammock photo!)

Also ask for a copy of our 2023 CLINTON COUNTY EVENTS Booklet!

Hyner View is subject of inaugural ‘Clinton County Landmarks’ Puzzle Series!

Our thanks to the hundreds of people near and far who purchased the Hyner View puzzle, the first in our 'Clinton County Landmarks' Puzzle Series! In all, more than a thousand puzzles were sold!

Stay tuned....we'll be announcing the 2023 puzzle very soon, kicking off a photo contest to gather pictures to see which will become the 'face' of the 2023 Clinton County Landmarks puzzle!
Winning Photo Hyner View 

NEW! Clinton County Traffic Safety GeoTrail

 The Clinton County Visitors Bureau, in collaboration with PennDOT, the Highway Safety Network, and State Farm, has created a GeoTrail! The new Clinton County Traffic Safety GeoTrail includes 20 caches “hidden” around the county, each containing information on a different traffic safety topic.

To access the new trail, go to www.geocaching.com and search “CCTS 2022” (which stands for Clinton County Traffic Safety 2022), or you can download the Geocaching app!

Stop by the Visitors Bureau (212 North Jay Street, Lock Haven) to pick up a GeoTrail Passport. Locate all 20 caches, complete the grid inside your passport, then return it to the Visitors Bureau to claim a commemorative coin reward for completing the trail!

                Check our Calendar of Events for a full slate of happenings in Clinton County!

Mountain Laurel Driving Tours

Mid-June to early July in central PA is the perfect time to check out Pennsylvania’s state flower, the Mountain Laurel. The Sproul State District Forestry Office and the Clinton County Visitors Bureau teamed up to establish two different driving tours to view the Laurel:

    • Coudersport Pike Driving Tour.  Click here for tour directions.

    • Route 144 South Driving Tour. Click here for tour directions.

Scenic Drives in Clinton County, PA!

Check out 5 Fall Foliage Scenic Drives in Clinton County. 


The Clinton County Visitor’s Bureau is a part of the Clinton County Economic Partnership. We are a professional, not for profit agency, designated to promote all the assets of Clinton County and our state / regional marketing partnership. To help us accomplish our goals we work with a number of related agencies throughout the state. The Clinton County Economic Partnership Visitor’s Bureau is the officially designated tourism agency for Clinton County, Pennsylvania. To help us market and promote our assets, we are members of various regional and state partnerships.

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Pennsylvania Tourism Office - Department of Community & Economic Development DCED. The Pennsylvania Tourism Office is our partner in promoting the Pennsylvania Brand. We are committed to promoting Pennsylvania as a unique and fun-filled travel destination, encouraging overnight stays. 

 PA Wilds

The Pennsylvania Wilds formed in 2003 by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), as a program to encourage growth of tourism in north-central Pennsylvania.

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The Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania is one of the 12 Heritage Areas in the state. Their charge is to preserve, relate, and enhance the history and heritage of the people and their relationship with the Pennsylvania Forests.


The Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association strives to promote, protect, and improve the hospitality and tourism industries in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.