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2022 Inspiration Guide

Golf in Happy Valley

No matter what season it is, there is always something to keep you active and outdoors in Happy Valley. And from the Spring through the Fall–and even sometimes in the Winter–golfers flock to Happy Valley for some of the best golf in all of Pennsylvania.

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Family Fun

Winter in Bellefonte: Skating at the Rink at Talleyrand Park

Happy Valley winters got a little happier with the addition of an ice-skating rink in historic Bellefonte’s picturesque Talleyrand Park. Now visitors have another activity to enjoy along the banks of Spring Creek, just a short walk away from downtown’s cafes, restaurants and shops.

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Toftrees Golf Resort for Your Personal Retreat

Nestled within the secluded pine trees of Central Pennsylvania, Toftrees Golf Resort offers guests a unique experience with resort-like amenities in a peaceful, natural setting just minutes from downtown State College. With 102 guest rooms and suites, our State College, PA resort offers full-service amenities; a 4.5-star, 18-hole golf course; and a warm, welcoming staff. Our State College hotel looks forward to being your personal retreat in State College.

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Nature Inn

Voted USA Today's Best Eco-Friendly Lodge in the Nation, the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle is unlike any place else in the Pennsylvania state park system. With 16 overnight guest rooms and multiple meeting and event spaces, the Inn offers sweeping lake views, comfortable modern accommodations and amenities, all within the natural setting of Bald Eagle State Park.

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Places To Stay

"The Hubie” is driven by its comfortable atmosphere, spirited American cuisine

Located in the village of Hublersburg, PA in Happy Valley’s picturesque Nittany Valley is the historic Hublersburg Inn. This cozy and popular dining spot is known for great food, artisan cocktails and craft beer. In fact, it has been a local favorite since opening its doors in1827, when it was built to accommodate travelers who were doing business with the former Hecla Furnace at a time when iron furnaces dotted the Centre County landscape.

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