#4. Easton, PA
Why Easton is an Awesome Place to Live: Easton is a sweet, small, historic city at the convergence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers, which means it’s a great city for kayakers and anglers — not just road trippers! Also: it’s hard to argue with a median home price of $117,000!
Easy Places to Get To From Easton: New York City, Baltimore, Philadelphia, The Pinchot State Forest and Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Best Roadside Attraction Near Easton: ‘Big Blue,’ the world’s largest crayon at Easton’s Crayola Experience.
Our Favorite Road Trip Route: Easton to Lancaster, stopping for Amish baked goods. Lancaster to Philadelphia, with a stop at The Choo Choo Barn. Philadelphia to The Wharton State Forest for hiking, camping or canoeing. Back to Easton via Trenton, with a stop at Grounds For Sculpture.
Crayola Keeps Things Colorful in Easton
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