Getting To Us
For those who have yet to be acquainted with the beautiful, quiet idyllic town and county seat of Wellsboro with its famous gas-lit medians is truly a Norman Rockwell community, it remains a treasure to be explored. It is frankly a town in the center of everywhere. Within a 4 hour drive from cities like New York, Pittsburgh, and a 3 hour road-trip from Buffalo, NY and 2 hour jaunt from Rochester, NY it is easily accessible through beautiful routes dotted with farms and mountains.
From Route 80: From the east, take I-180 North through Williamsport. Take the Liberty Exit and follow Route 414 to Morris, PA. Continue onto Route 287 West for 12 miles to Wellsboro.
From the west, take Route 15 North through Williamsport and follow the directions above.
From the northeastern PA area: Take route 6 West through Mansfield, PA to Wellsboro
From the North: Take 390 South to Route 15 South. Exit on either route 287 South or Route 6 at Mansfield. Signs will lead you directly to Wellsboro
Take Main Street West which becomes West Avenue/Route 362/660 up the hill and out of town. In about 2 miles you will pass the 4-Star rated Tyoga Country Club on the left. Approximately ¼ mile past the Country Club look for a small sign on the left that says Benauer Road. Turn left onto Benauer and drive ½ mile. Look for a large sign saying Sundance Ridge. Turn right, go through the stone pillars and make a left onto the first driveway. You are here!