A perfect setting for you to enjoy the quiet setting of Pennsylvania's Northwoods - a special place where there are more deer than people...where gentle breezes, babbling brooks, and the song of the wood thrush interrupt the quiet in symphonic harmony...where the mountains seem to touch the sky.
Located in the center of Potter County, Pennsylvania, God's Country, the Susquehannock Lodge provides direct access to the heart of the surrounding Susquehannock State Forest. Hike hundreds of miles of wilderness paths, including the 85-mile Susquehannock Trail System, bicycle our quiet country roads and forest lanes, ski almost a hundred miles of cross-country trails of virgin snow, downhill ski the nearby slopes, raft or canoe Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon, or just relax on the deck and leave the pressures of modern living behind.
We offer clean and comfortable accommodations, home cooked country meals served family style, and an informal and friendly family atmosphere to make your stay the first of many to come. We can help you discover the quiet, scenic secrets of our area and enjoy its history, its people and its festivals - a vacation you will cherish without having to spend a fortune.
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How did it all get started? Wil and Betty Ahn purchased and modified the Brown Family farmhouse and property in 1964. They turned it into a haven for hunters, hikers, and cross country skiers. Carol and Ed Szymanik, the current owners, purchased the property from the Ahns in 1988 and have upheld the friendly country lodge feel, while also adding updates and improvements to the guest rooms and property.
Wil and Betty are pictured in front of the Lodge fireplace with Carol and Ed after the transfer of ownership.