By: Wyatt Tucker
The snow is melting, and the nights are getting warmer, which means that it is time to bust out your tents and sleeping bags and hit the trail. There are many places to camp in Pennsylvania as a whole; however, the places that we have at our fingertips right here in Warren County are some of the best. We have the Allegheny National Forest practically surrounding us. With five-hundred-thousand acres of land to explore, you are sure to find a place that suits you. On top of the National Forest, there are also many other places that are nearby, such as Jakes Rocks, which has some awesome rock features, or places like the Chautauqua Lake KOA if you are looking for a place that is more organized and has lots of amenities. Knowing that finding a location to camp won’t be a problem, let’s look at some of the options you have for shelter in the wild.
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By: MaKenna Moore
Dirt track racing is a sport that runs during the summertime, with the season starting around April and, out of state, some start in the beginning of May. The cars on the dirt track that primarily run up north are open wheel cars. Most cars used in the south are stock cars. Open wheel cars that are run on the track are made for the purpose of racing, and they are called “open wheel” due to having no fenders protecting the wheels of the vehicle. The other types are modified cars, and, like the open wheel, they have no fenders on the front but resemble that of a stock car in the back.
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By: Aden Savko
Hiking can be an intimidating hobby to start, however, it can be a very important part of a healthy lifestyle. Hiking is a great way to begin being more active, or, for athletes, hiking can be helpful for recovery after a workout. It’s a good way to stretch out and prevent strain injuries. It can also be helpful in maintaining mental health, as a good hike can help clear your mind and introduce you to new things and places.
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