Find A Home In Pennsylvania
Come find a home in Pennsylvania. Better yet, Northeastern PA (NEPA) is a wonderful place to live. I live in Dunmore, on the outskirts of Scranton City. It’s a great area to live, work and vacation.
Pennsylvania is full of blue collar workers, built on steel in the west and coal in the east. Many throughout the Commonwealth work in various trades. There’s opportunity for nurses, educators, contractors, just to name a few. There’s work and then there’s play too: Come see all that our beautiful state has to offer! Have you ever been to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon at Pine Creek Gorge? How about a trip to Dutch Wonderland? PNC Park? Independence Hall? Everhart Museum? Crayola Factory? What are you waiting for? These are a few of the interesting spots you can enjoy in our state today.
I know I sound like a PSA right about now, but an adventure does await you, especially if you’re a nature lover!
Biking, fishing, hiking, swimming, hunting, skiing – you name it, PA’s got it. If you’re not into the great outdoors, no worries either, there’s plenty of “non-nature” activities to tackle throughout the year as well.
Northeastern PA highlights so much of what works throughout the Commonwealth – the Baby Yanks (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees), the arts, high school football, great restaurants, universities and shopping/outlets. NEPA also has unique attributes which can be harder to find when you leave our region such as a superb variety of fantastic pizza, the Nicholson Bridge, Steamtown, Saint Ubaldo’s Festival, Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour and more!
Scranton is arguably the main hub of our area. I believe it’s a city making a slow-and-steady comeback. You know Scranton! Would it help if I said Dunder Mifflin?
I recently came across the following video by NBC News reporter/videographer, Matt Danzico, a Scranton native who produced an interesting piece on our region (as well as my hometown of Pittsburgh). He addressed a study’s claim, which was released roughly two years ago, where Scranton was found to be America’s unhappiest region. A little harsh? Perhaps, but I loved Danzico’s treatment of the survey and this Gawker’s article.
As someone who’s lived in Northeastern PA my entire life, I can tell you that I see a wonderful place to live, raise a family and get involved in community. Visit Pennsylvania. Visit NEPA… you’ll love it!