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Pennsylvania United States #6 Highway Guide

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View from highway - Photo Galeton, Pa. welcome highway sign.
Welcome to the city of Galeton. Junction of Highway #144 South to communities of Germania, Pa. and Carter Camp, Pa. -- For highway travel west via U.S. Highway # 6 See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Ohio/Pennsylvania State Line to Galeton for driving directions,

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U.S. 6 - Grand Army of the Republic Highway
In October 1925, the Joint Board on Interstate Highways recommended a 75,884-mile U.S. numbered system. One of the routes in the proposal was U.S. 6: Pennsylvania Beginning at the New York-Pennsylvania State line at Port Jervis, Pa. via Matamoras, Pa. Milford, Pa. Honesdale, Pa. Carbondale, Pa. Scranton, Pa. Clarks Summit, Pa. Tunkhannock, Pa. Wyalusing, Pa. Towanda, Pa. Mansfield, Pa. Canoe Camp, Pa. Wellsboro, Pa. Coudersport, Pa. Farmers Valley, Pa. Kane, Pa. Warren, Pa. Corry, Pa. Waterford to Erie, Pa.
1.3
2.1
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
1.4
2.2
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
1.9
3.0
Roadside turnout
Large, gravel, no services - South side of highway.
2.2
3.6
Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Western boundary. From the 50 mile long gorge of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon to Cowanesque, Tioga-Hammond and four other lakes in the county, you will be sure to find a treasure around every bend in the road. Travel along historic Route. Tioga County is home to 3 state parks, (including Hills Creek State Park), 2 federal parks, seven lakes, the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the Pine Creek Rail Trail.
2.4
3.9
Access to community of Sunderlinville, Pennsylvania
North of the highway.
3.2
5.2
Access to community of Watrous, Pennsylvania
South side of highway.
3.6
5.8
Access to campgrounds
South side of highway.
4.1
6.6
Access to campgrounds

4.2
6.8
Community of Gaines, Pennsylvania

4.3
7.0
Services and gas
Available on the South side of highway.
4.5
7.2
Junction of Highway #344
North to communities of Sabinsville, Pennsylvania and Westfield, Pennsylvania.
5.0
8.0
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
5.1
8.2
State run roadside turnout
Toilets available - South side of highway.
7.1
11.4
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
7.6
12.2
Access to community of Rexford
South side of highway.
8.0
12.9
Access to campgrounds
South side of highway.
8.8
14.2
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
9.8
15.8
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
10.1
16.3
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
11.2
18.0

Community of Ansonia.
11.4
18.4
Access to the Grand Canyon
West rim - 5 miles South side of highway. Also access to the Colton Point State Park - South side of highway. On the west rim of Pine Creek Gorge (the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania), the 368-acre Colton Point State Park resonates with the rustic charm of the Civilian Conservation Corps era of the 1930s. The rugged overlooks offer great views of the canyon. The campground is open from the second Friday in April until the third Sunday in October. Rustic toilets, tables, fire rings and a sanitary dump station are provided.
11.6
18.6
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
11.9
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Junction of Highway #362
Access to Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania - East rim - South of the highway. Access to the Tioga State Forest. 'Tioga' is an Indian word which means the meeting of two rivers. It is also the name of a Seneca Indian tribe that lived in the area. The Tioga State Forest, consisting of 160,000 acres of state forest land in Bradford and Tioga Counties, was named after the Tioga Seneca Indians.
12.0
19.3

'Pine Creek Path - A Seneca trail from the Genesee to the Susquehanna at Jersey Shore, forked one mile south of here. One branch ran through the gorge of Pine Creek, the other crossed the hills, following Darling Run and Babb Creek back to Pine Creek at Blackwell.'
12.8
20.6
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - North side of highway.
14.2
22.9
Access to community of Asaph
North side of highway.
19.8
31.8
Junction of Highway #287 North
Access to Tioga-Hammond Lakes and Recreational Area. North to communities of Nice Valley and Tioga.
20.1
32.4
Community of Stokesville

20.4
32.8
Community of Wellsboro

21.8
35.1
Business section of Wellsboro
Access to lodging - North side of highway.
22.4
36.0
Junction of Highway #287
South to communities of Morris, Hotyville and Brookside. Junction of Highway #660 which overlaps Highway #6 at this point.
22.5
36.2
Services and fuel at the highway
North side of highway.
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36.2
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
25.8
41.5
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
26.5
42.6
Access to Hills Creek State Park
5 miles North of highway. Located in scenic Tioga County,Pa. the 407-acre Hills Creek State Park Campground has 102-site camping sites - modern washhouses with warm showers, restrooms, and water fountains are in central locations throughout the camping area. A sanitary dump station is just outside the camping area.
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46.0
Junction of Highway #660 South
Note:Highway #660 overlap ends at this point.
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48.4
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
30.8
49.6
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
31.2
50.2
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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55.0
Junction of US Highway #15
City of Mansfield, Pennsylvania. - North to communities of Somerslane, Pa. and Lawrenceville, Pa. South to Williamsport, Pa. and Milton, Pa..
34.4
55.4
Services and gas available at the highway
South side of highway.
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55.8

Point of Information - crossing the Tioga River, Pennsylvania.
35.0
56.3
Junction of Highway #15 Business Route
Access to the Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.
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59.1
Junction of Highway #549
North to communities of Roseville, Pennsylvania and Mosherville, Pennsylvania.
37.6
60.5
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Mainesburg, Pennsylvania

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73.3

Access to state run roadside turnout with picnic tables and toilets - North side of highway.
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Community of Sylvania, Pennsylvania.
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76.9
Access to community of Austinville, Pennsylvania
3 miles North of the highway.
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77.0
Access to campgrounds
South of the highway.
48.3
77.7
Services, gas and diesel at the highway
North side of the highway.
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View from highway - Photo Troy welcome highway sign
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Troy, Pennsylvania

51.8
83.3
Junction of Highway #14 South
Access to communities of Canton, Pa. Bodines, Pa. and Williamsport, Pa. Note: highway #14 joins Highway #6 at this point.
52.5
84.5
Services, gas and diesel
North side of highway. Note: Highway #14 leaves Highway #6 here, heading North to communities of Snedekerville, Pennsylvania and Gillett, Pa.
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85.3
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
55.1
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Access to Mount Pisgah State Park
North of the highway. Mt. Pisgah State Park is in the scenic Endless Mountains region of Pennsylvania's Northern Tier. Midway between Troy and Towanda in Bradford County, the 1,302-acre park is along Mill Creek, at the base of Mt. Pisgah, elevation 2,260 feet. Stephen Foster Lake provides habitat for perch, bass, bluegill and crappie.
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Access to community of West Burlington, Pennsylvania

58.5
94.2
Access to community of Le Roy, Pennsylvania
South of the highway.
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99.9
Community of Burlington, Pennsylvania

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Services and fuel at the highway
South side of highway.
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103.4
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Luthermills, Pennsylvania

65.6
105.6
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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106.6
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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111.6
Junction of Highway #220
North to communities of Ulster, Pa. Milan, Pa. and Sayre, Pa.. Access to state police - North side of highway. Note: Highway #220 overlaps Highway #6 at this point.
70.5
113.4
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of North Towanda, Pennsylvania

71.0
114.2
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
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114.4
Access to services and gas
North side of highway. Junction of Highway #220 South to communities of Satterfield, Pa. Hughesville, Pa.and Willamsport, Pa. Note: Highway #220 overlap ends at this point.
71.4
114.9
Services, gas and diesel available at the highway

71.5
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View from highway
Community of Towanda, Pennsylvania.
71.6
115.2
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
72.1
116.0
Access to Bed & Breakfast
North side of highway.
72.1
116.1
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
72.6
116.8
View from highway
Business district of Towanda, Pennsylvania.
73.1
117.6
View from highway
Point of Information - crossing the Susquehanna River. Photo view crossing this highway. The Susquehanna River has warm water and cold water fishing. Common species are smallmouth bass, panfish and catfish
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Community of Wysox, Pennsylvania
Services and fuel available - South side of highway. 'Wysox was founded 1773.'
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Junction of Highway #187
South to communities of Terrytown, Pa. Sugar Run, Pa. and Stowell, Pa. North to Rome, Pa. North Orwell, Pa. and Windham Center, Pa. Services and fuel at the highway - South side of highway. Access to campgrounds - North of the highway.
75.3
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Services and gas at the highway
North side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Wysox Creek, Pennsylvania.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Rummerfield, Pennsylvania

81.3
130.9
Access to community of Herrickville, Pennsylvania
6 miles North of highway.
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Junction of Highway #409 North
This is the site of Lime Hill Battlefield, April 14, 1782.
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Roadside turnout, gravel with historical marker. 'Lime Hill Battlefield - April 14, 1782.'
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View from highway
Access to community of Homets Ferry - South side of highway. Roadside turout with scenic view area and historical marker. Photo view looking at the Susquehanna River.
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'Warriors Path - A great Indian highway from Six Nations country, New York, to the Catawba country in the Carolinas. It made its way through the Allegheny Mountains by following the Susquehanna and the Juniata valleys.'
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View from highway - Photo Wyalusing, Pa. welcome highway sign.
Community of Wyalusing, Pennsylvania.
87.4
140.6
Junction of Highway #706
East access to communities of Merryall, Pa. Montrose, Pa. and New Milford, Pa. Services and fuel available at the highway.
88.0
141.6
Access to communities of New Era, Pa. Evergreen, Pa. and New Albany, Pa.
South of the highway.
88.2
142.0
Services, gas and diesel at the highway
North side of the highway.
88.9
143.0
Community of Browntown, Pennsylvania

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View from highway - Photo Laceyville, Pa. welcome highway sign.
Access to the community of Laceyville, Pennsylvania on the South side of the highway. Services and gas at the highway.
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153.8
Community of Skinners Eddy. Pa.
Junction of Highway #367 North to communities of Silvar, Pa. and West Auburn, Pa.
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158.0
Community of Black Walnut, Pennsylvania

102.3
164.7
Services, gas and diesel available at the highway
South side of highway.
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164.8
Community of Meshoppen, Pennsylvania
Junction of Highway #267 - North to Lawton, Pennsylvania; South to Mehoopany, Pennsylvania.
107.3
172.6
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
108.1
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Community of Russell Hill, Pennsylvania

108.4
174.4
Junction of Highway #87
South to communities of Lovelton, Pennsylvania and Dushore, Pennsylvania.
108.5
174.6
Access to communities of Vosburg, Pa.and Jenningsville, Pa.
South of highway.
109.8
176.7
Point of Information
Crossing Taques Creek, Pennsylvania.
110.2
177.3
Barton Road
North side of the highway. Access to campgrounds North of highway.
110.2
177.4
Access to state police
South side of highway.
112.3
180.7
Community of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania

112.7
181.4
Access to Highway #6 Business Route

113.2
182.2
Business section of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania

113.9
183.3
Junction of Highway #29
North to communities of Lemon, Pa. Montrose, Pa. and Franlin Forks, Pa; South to Eatonville, Pa. Noxen, Pa. and Silkworth, Pa. Highway #6 continues East to Scranton, Pa. Archbald, Pa and Milford, Pa.
113.9
183.3
Junction of Highway #29
For highway travel north via Pennsylvania highway # 29 - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Pa. highway #29 - Tunkhannock to Pennsylvania / New York State Line, for driving directions. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - S&e