Enjoy the outdoors?  Begin your Pennsylvania Wilds adventure with a relocation to the backwoods. backroads. backwaters. Conveniently situated along I-80 in central Pennsylvania.

Chestnut Ridge is a new home development in Clearfield County near Phillipsburg, PA.  A historic small town setting where the people are friendly and make you feel at home.  We Currently have three newly constructed homes for sale in Clearfield County.  The Richmond, a two story 2016 square foot home with 4 bedrooms 2 ½ baths and a 2 car garage, The Darlington a two story 1810 square foot home with 4 bedrooms with 2 ½ baths and a two car garage, and the Edison a two story 1823 square foot home with 4 bedrooms 2 ½ baths and a 2 car garage.

Enjoy all four seasons by swinging into spring at one of Clearfield County’s PGA rated golf courses, or tie a fly and hit the waters in search of the elusive “big one”.  Slipping temperatures and crisper nights give a feel all their own to Clearfield County in the Spring time of year.

Did you know the West Branch of the Susquehanna River was named The Best Adventure Destinations for 2012?  Canoe the Susquehanna River Water Trail, Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania. This is one of the newest national recreation water trails in the country, the West Branch Susquehanna River Water Trail snakes for 228 miles through the oak, cherry, and maple hardwood forests of the Allegheny Mountains and into the habitat of the Northeast’s largest elk herd. It’s seriously wild territory.

Fall is a beautiful time of year, some of the best fall foliage colors in the east can be seen in Clearfield County.

Winter activities abound in Clearfield County’s state and local parks. There are miles of snowmobile trails, public lands for hiking and snow- shoeing, and plenty of water surface for ice fishing. Take a sleigh ride through snow covered fields, or amble down the Groundhog Trail for some wine tasting.

With four distinct seasons, let this be your destination for outdoor relaxation and rejuvenation. Being located in the center of Pennsylvania, it’s within driving distance of the state’s major cities—Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Philadelphia.