Bradford County Tourism Committee welcomes you to the peaceful beauty of Bradford County. Browse our site to find plenty of things to do, places to eat and where you can stay.
Welcome to Visit Bradford County, were you’ll find everything from fresh maple syrup and honey, to enthralling modern artwork. The hospitality services here are second to none, whether you want a bed and breakfast, a hotel, or a campground. The artisans found here follow traditional styles with new twists. Chain saw carvings, whittlers, stonewall builders, and quilters are just a few of these amazing artists that reside and work in Bradford County.
Bradford County is an agrarian society, for the most part. Farms cover a vast expanse of the county. These farms follow traditional styles with new twists. Many Farmers in the area raise grass fed livestock, sell organic fruits and vegetables, and process dairy products organically. These products can be found on location, in local stores, and at the local farmers markets that cover our towns from the end of April through October.
We have several local restaurants that try to use all local ingredients, making the food better for you, and helping out our local farmers. Our bakeries are some of the finest in the world, using recipes handed down through centuries. Wineries are popping up all over the county, bringing great tasting wines to our table of local assets!
Bradford County is filled with local landmarks and is great for site seeing. Set in the Appalachian Mountains' there are still traces of our history everywhere. Arrowheads found in fields give hints of Native American movements and settlements in the area. Old mines and dilapidated mining towns serve as markers and historic evidence of how mining life truly was. French Azilum Historic Site shows a never completed French settlement along the river,; a town of about forty families at its peak, that was planned to hold four hundred. Take a trip to Azilum to see the beautiful landscape, get a tour of a second generation French home, check out the archeological dig being done by a Cornell professor, or just to have lunch and see the eagle's nest. Bradford County’s history-rich background makes it a great place to spend an afternoon, a day, a week, or a lifetime.