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Tourism In Tioga County

The Route 15 Welcome Center
The Route 15
Welcome Center
Tioga County is a beautiful place to visit. Travel and tourism are an important part of the economy in Tioga County. In 1993, all travel expenditures in the county totaled $18.5 million. This was, however, a decrease of 2.9% from 1985. The state changed the way it reports tourism expenditures in 1995 and the new data is not comparable to the old for time series comparison. However, declines in both lodging and restaurant employment persisted through at least 2000, which suggests that tourism has not significantly recovered.
Pine Creek
Shippen Township
In order to increase the capture of tourism dollars in Tioga County, several avenues will be explored by assisting the Tioga County Visitors Bureau (TCVB) and the various Chambers of Commerce. The continuation of the development of the Lumber Heritage Park Project will receive a high priority and TCDC will lend assistance to the TCVB and the other participating partners. The feasibility of a Year Round Resort and other recreational/tourism related developments will be studied and, if feasible, promoted. TCDC was instrumental in the development of the Northern Tier Welcome Center by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania along US Route 15. TCDC will continue to support the Tioga County Visitors Bureau as the primary countywide tourism promotion organization for Tioga County and the Keystone Mountains Regional Tourism Network. TCDC also supports the Route 6 Association in its efforts to improve infrastructure and increase tourism along the entire Route 6 Corridor. PA Grand Canyon
Pennsylvania Grand Canyon
West Rim Early Morning Fog
TCVB
Tioga County Visitors Bureau
Delmar Township

A Fall Drive Along the
Gee Hollow Road
Delmar Township
More Information and Resourceful Links
Tioga County Visitors BureauPine Creek Rail TrailThe Greater Mansfield Area
Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Wellsboro Area Chamber of
Commerce
Pennsylvania State TourismWellsboro Community Concert AssociationMill Cove Environmental AreaTioga Old Home Days
Elkland Area Chamber of
Commerce

Annette Doleski-Maza, President
102 West Main Street
Elkland, Pennsylvania 16920
Phone: (814) 258-5148Tri-Lakes Chamber of
Commerce
Louise Wyble
PO Box 165
Tioga, Pennsylvania 16946
Phone: (570) 418-2326Valley Joint Chamber of Commerce
Bill Roosa, Co-President
Chris Martin, Co-President
PO Box 113
Knoxville, Pennsylvania 16928
Phone: (814) 326-4709
Fax: (814) 326-4844
Email: valleyjointchamber@hotmail.com

The Route 15
Welcome Center

Tioga County is a beautiful place to visit. Travel and tourism are an important part of the economy in Tioga County. In 1993, all travel expenditures in the county totaled $18.5 million. This was, however, a decrease of 2.9% from 1985. The state changed the way it reports tourism expenditures in 1995 and the new data is not comparable to the old for time series comparison. However, declines in both lodging and restaurant employment persisted through at least 2000, which suggests that tourism has not significantly recovered.

Pine Creek
Shippen Township

In order to increase the capture of tourism dollars in Tioga County, several avenues will be explored by assisting the Tioga County Visitors Bureau (TCVB) and the various Chambers of Commerce. The continuation of the development of the Lumber Heritage Park Project will receive a high priority and TCDC will lend assistance to the TCVB and the other participating partners. The feasibility of a Year Round Resort and other recreational/tourism related developments will be studied and, if feasible, promoted. TCDC was instrumental in the development of the Northern Tier Welcome Center by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania along US Route 15. TCDC will continue to support the Tioga County Visitors Bureau as the primary countywide tourism promotion organization for Tioga County and the Keystone Mountains Regional Tourism Network. TCDC also supports the Route 6 Association in its efforts to improve infrastructure and increase tourism along the entire Route 6 Corridor.

Pennsylvania Grand Canyon
West Rim Early Morning Fog