Even those poor souls living along I-95's light-drenched northeast corridor don't have to go too far to experience high-quality night skies. This park in upstate, mid-Pennsylvania spans 82 acres and is ensconced within the 262,000-acre Susquehannock State Forest, helping to ensure its remove from civilization's illumination.
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