Towns and Countrysides

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If you enjoy a carefree pace in a rural setting, then you'll love the beautiful Susquehanna River Valley. Our charming downtowns and vast countrysides are here to welcome you year-round. Here in the River Valley, you'll notice that we enjoy sharing the road with buggies and bicycles; that fairs and festivals highlight our rich history and heritage; and that the arts thrive in our galleries, museums, parks, and small cafes.

Our welcoming nature, along with our gorgeous scenery and year-round events, make the Susquehanna River Valley the perfect place for a couple's weekend getaway, a family vacation, a road trip with friends, or a business retreat.

While here, you'll have the opportunity to shop in historic downtowns and one-of-a-kind shops. It won't be hard to find whatever you're looking for, including jewelry, art, fresh produce, homemade delicacies, clothing, antiques, furniture, quilts - and so much more. 

Founded in 1772, Northumberland is a picturesque community along the Susquehanna River. **OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. MAYOR HAS ASKED THAT NO GROUPS OF 10 OR OVER ASSEMBLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Situated along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River, the primary transportation route in the 1700's and 1800's, Watsontown grew as a transportation hub that spurred settlement and building of mills and businesses. Today, Watsontown has historic homes, manufacturing enterprises and access to recreation along the Susquehanna River and forests of central Pennsylvania.

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Sunbury is the site of the first commercial building wired for electricity by Thomas Edison. **City offices are open for regular hours however public access is strictly limited. Please call or visit the website.

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The Danville Business Alliance, a member-based 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, partners with local businesses, government, community leaders and residents to promote economic revitalization and reinvestment, historic and architectural preservation and the growth of the arts in Danville.

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Lewisburg's vibrant downtown features more than 40 specialty retail stores, friendly restaurants, museums, B&Bs and an authentic Art Deco movie palace showing movies nightly. Lewisburg Downtown Partnership brings together diverse community interests and resources to promote the economic vitality, architectural heritage and cultural vibrancy of the downtown commercial district for the benefit of the greater Lewisburg community.

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A nonprofit organization founded to improve the socioeconomic environment of McClure, PA.

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Experience the unspoiled charm of a 19th century Pennsylvania town with its specialty shops, museum, historic homes and a busy calendar of events.

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Mount Carmel Downtown, Inc. also known as MCDI is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting community life in Mount Carmel Borough, to assisting the business community and to promoting new business ventures.

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While fostering a business friendly environment, SABER works to enrich the life of the community and improve the appearance, spirit and pride of the community. SABER honors, preserves and celebrate Shamokin's historic past while striving to achieve a vision of the community as a more desirable place to live and as a destination to work, shop, eat and gather.

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Selinsgrove Projects, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization whose primary focus is on community revitalization and conservation of the unique character and heritage of downtown Selinsgrove.

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Sunbury's Revitalization, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to community and economic development in Sunbury, PA.

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T.I.M.E. is a non-profit corporation which is focused on community revitalization. It seeks to act as a catalyst in order to instill pride and a positive image for Milton.

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