Cherry Springs

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Cherry Springs Airport - History
... The name Cherry Springs comes from a tavern or hotel established in 1818 on the road which became Pennsylvania Route 44 ... The hotel was named for a stand of Black Cherry trees ... established the 6.5-mile (10.5 km) "Cherry Springs Scenic Drive" on Pennsylvania Route 44 ...
Cherry Springs State Park - History - Pioneers and Lumber
... The area surrounding Cherry Springs State Park has been a wilderness for much of its history ... States Post Office to change the name to "Cherryville", for a nearby group of Black Cherry trees ... post office in Lehigh Township in Northampton County, the name "Cherry Spring" was chosen as a compromise ...
Cherry Springs State Park - History - Civilian Conservation Corps
... Cherry Springs Picnic Pavilion U.S ... campgrounds in the state forests was located on Cherry Springs Drive ... in north central Pennsylvania, development of the facilities at Cherry Springs was the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a work relief program for young men from ...
Cherry Springs State Park - Recreation - Camping, Picnicking, and Trails
... tables and small pavilion in the camping area, the main picnic area at Cherry Springs is on the southwest side of Route 44, in and around the large historic, CCC-built pavilion ... Cherry Springs State Park is at the southern end of a 15-mile (24 km) long, single-track mountain bike trail, which begins at Denton Hill State Park and passes ... In 2005 the snowmobile trailhead at Cherry Springs was moved to the southern end of the park to avoid the Astronomy Field ...
Cherry Springs Airport
... Cherry Springs Airport (FAA LID 5G6) was a small general aviation airport which operated between 1935 and 2007 in Potter County in the U.S ... of the Susquehannock State Forest, just north of Cherry Springs State Park ...

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