Jersey Shore is a unique River Town community with its strategic location right on the West Branch Susquehanna River and at the southern terminus trailhead of the Pine Creek Rail Trail. The Borough seeks to take advantage of the water trail and rail trail connections, while enhancing the walking and biking experience of residents and visitors in town. Starting in Jersey Shore, the Pine Creek Rail Trail has been recognized as one of the best hiking trails in the world. Hiking and biking enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the over 60 miles of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon’s terrain. Additionally, the Jersey Shore Historical Society is filled with a rich collection of history from the area.
Pine Creek Rail Trail
The Pine Creek Rail Trail covers a 62-mile stretch between Jersey Shore and New York State. The trail is well-maintained for biking, walking, and running. The trail runs through small towns, campsites, and stunning views you could not see any other way.
Bald Birds Brewing Company
Opening in 2020, the Bald Birds Brewing Company provides beer, food, and activities for travelers. Whether you were out on the water or on a trail, the Bald Birds Brewing Company provides anything you would need post-adventure.
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Jersey Shore Borough River Access
The Jersey Shore boat launch gives travelers easy access to the West Branch. Travelers can use this launch to easily paddle itineraries like the 13.5-mile trail from Jersey Shore to Williamsport.Details
Jersey Shore Historical Society
Founded in 1962, the Historical Society of Jersey Shore helps to keep the history of the area alive through tours, museums, and photographs. Their museum is located in the Samuel B. Moss house and holds different artifacts and photographs for travelers to enjoy.Details