At the Woodbourne Forest Preserve, open fields, wildflower meadows, winding creeks, mossy bogs and historic stone walls complete a scene that invites and inspires artists from far and wide. However, most visitors seek out the preserve to witness its ancient trees—a mixture of white pine, hemlocks, ash, maples, oaks and other hardwoods that blanketed the region prior to European settlement. In fact, a portion of the preserve contains the largest remaining old-growth forest in northeast Pennsylvania.
We offer a Gallery of Fine Arts, Native American Center, Bonsai, Pond & Fish Supplies, and a Gift Shoppe. This Specialty Shoppe includes: Incenses From Around The World, Crystals, Native American Jewelry & Pottery, Essential Oils, Spiritual Tools & Books by Sri Akhenaton, Statues, Homeopathic Remedies and much more!
Enjoy Nature . . . and Relax by our Large Koi Ponds or in our Asian Garden!
We at Tall Pines take pride and put a lot of care into the preparation of your dining and golfing experience. Come visit for a round of golf on our 18 hole golf course and stop in to the restaurant afterward for a great meal!
We are here to preserve Susquehanna County’s History, and to allow the public to learn their heritage here. We have a Museum that is FREE to the Public! There is also a Genealogy Research Department that can be used for just $10.00 a day by non-members (free to members). We also provide ways for research to be done if you can’t come in, just check out our Research Page for more details. If you want to be a member you can pay the annual $30.00 membership fee, and that gives you access on any regular business day to look through the materials for free and you will receive a copy of our Annual Journal. (Members still have to pay for any print outs and copies made while researching).
The mission of the Susquehanna County Historical Society and Free Library Association is to support the appreciation and preservation of local history, and to nourish the joy of reading, the discovery of ideas, and the power of information.