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Juniata River Property
Juniata River Property
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0.46 Acres  - Everett, PA
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Internal data from LandWatch lists $8 billion of land listings and ranches for sale in Pennsylvania. With tens of thousands of properties and rural land for sale in the state, LandWatch has a total of 193,509 acres of land for sale in the state. The average price of Pennsylvania land listings for sale is $360,734. Home to the Hershey chocolate empire, the Pennsylvania farm economy is driven by dairy-farming and cattle enterprises. It also, however, accounts for almost 50 percent of commercially-grown mushrooms in the country. In terms of size, Pennsylvania is the country's 33rd-largest state, encompassing 46,058 square miles (29 million acres). Wildlife species to be found on land for sale in Pennsylvania include whitetail deer, turkey, bear, geese, grouse, pheasant, ducks, and dove. Anglers have their choice of bass, trout, catfish, walleye, pike, and salmon.

Outdoor journal Seneca Creek recently pegged Pennsylvania as one of the country's "Top 3 Fly-fishing States," and it's hard to disagree with this assessment. Species including trout, steelhead, and panfish swim in more than 85,000 miles of streams and rivers, along with 4,000 inland lakes and ponds. The state is home to 480 species of wild birds and wild mammals, many of which can be hunted on almost 1.5 million acres of state game lands.
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Pennsylvania is the sixth most populated state and is the 33rd largest in the United States at 46,058 square miles. It is nicknamed "the Keystone State," based upon its central location in the original Thirteen Colonies, and also due to the number of important American documents signed in the state, such as the Declaration of Independence. The state itself is named after its founder, William Penn, an English real estate entrepreneur and philosopher. The state borders Ohio to the west, West Virginia to the southwest, Delaware to the southeast, Maryland to the south, New York to the north, New Jersey to the east, and Lake Erie and Canada to the northwest. The largest cities are Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, and Reading. Harrisburg is the capital city.

Pennsylvania boasts more than 100 miles of coastline along Lake Erie and the Delaware Estuary, with the Appalachian Mountains running through the middle of the state. There are a large number of national parks and areas of natural beauty which offer a variety of outdoor activities, such as Delaware Water Gap National Park, Lehigh Valley, Poconos and Endless Mountains. There are also many historical sites which draw visitors, such as Gettysburg National Military Park, Valley Forge National Historical Park, Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, the Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, and the Pennsylvania Dutch Region.

The state of Pennsylvania has several different urban manufacturing centers throughout the state, though much of the state remains fairly rural. Pittsburgh is a financial center of Pennsylvania and the U.S., and is home to eight Fortune 500 companies. There are more than 63,000 farms which support the state's economy, with products that include mushrooms, apples, Christmas trees, layer chickens, nursery and sod, milk, silage corn, grapes, and horses. Pennsylvania is the highest producer of mushrooms in the country, and the second highest producer of apples. The service and retail trades also contribute greatly to the state's economy.