363 Jackson Run Road
Punxsutawney, PA 15767

Call: (814) 938-2315

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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Punxsutawney, PA

There are many different attractions in the Punxsutawney, PA area. Amish Country is a big hit with a lot of our guests, as it offers a glimpse into the way life used to be not too long ago. Punxsutawney Phil has been a big attraction for many years, but his popularity has skyrocketed ever since the movie was released. For more information about Punxsutawney Phil and Groundhog Day, visit http://www.punxsutawneyphil.com.

Evergreen Valley Vineyards makes some exceptional wines and provides an interesting tour of their winery and vineyards. The Punxsutawney Historical Society is a great place to go if you want to look up genealogy of Punxsutawney relatives or see photos of what it was like in Punxsutawney between the 1890s and 1960s. The Punxsutawney Historical Society also has a museum and gift shop. The Lattimer House is a point of interest for Groundhog Day history, traveling exhibits, and geneological research.

For those people who are energetic, there is mountain biking and hiking. The Mahoning Shadow Trail is part of Rails To Trails, an organization that converts old unused railroad tracks into bike trails. Rails To Trails can also be found in a few other towns that surround Punxsutawney. The bike trail that is nearby to the Bed & Breakfast is made up of three smaller connected trails. The hiking trail is fairly rugged, as it crosses a few small streams and goes over some rocky terrain. The hiking trail is marked very well and is easy to follow. Please bring hiking boots if you plan on hiking the trail.

Rooms & Rates


A major credit card # is required (other than American Express) to make a reservation. There is a 3% additional charge for credit card service.  (Cancellation less than 7 days prior to arrival will result in one night's charge/room).  Call for long-term rates.  Payment for long-term stay is due 1 month prior to stay.

Bed & Breakfast: Double occupancy is $105 + tax/room/night ($85 + tax/room/night without breakfast). Add $20 for each additional occupant. The Bed & Breakfast is a non-smoking facility. There is a $50 airing out fee for non-compliant guests.

Cottage: $175 + tax/night (Can include breakfast for an extra $20/room). The Cottage is a non-smoking facility. There is a $50 airing out fee for non-compliant guests. This facility is handicap accessible.

Ammenities: All rooms have a private bath, air conditioning, Cable TV, and free wireless Internet! Guests have access to the Kitchen for making coffee, tea, microwaving, and storing drinks or snacks in the refridgerator, as the innkeeper has separate living quarters.

RV Campsite: Available for long term stay. Includes water hook-up, electric, and drainage for gray water. Sewage not available on site, local sewage companies will pump when needed. (Call for long-term rates - references required).

Check In & Check Out

Check In time  is 3 PM to 8 PM (Arrangements can be made for other times if necessary.)

Check Out time is 11 AM.

Please advise us of any special needs or allergies when you make your reservation so that we may better accommodate you.


  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Hiking Trails
  • Hunting
  • Tennis Courts
  • Cross-country Ski Trails
  • Boating
  • Mountain Biking Trails
  • Bird Watching


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363 Jackson Run Road
Punxsutawney, PA 15767

About Jackson Run Bed & Breakfast

Our History

Jackson Run Bed & Breakfast – the house is an 1880s farmhouse, which was family owned. The Bed & Breakfast opened in 1998, after a two year renovation. The house is located in a country setting, complete with an old-fashioned barn, apple orchards, and a small grape vineyard. With three guestrooms, featuring private baths, you will find the accommodations very comfortable. In 2007, Jackson Run expanded with the addition of a newly constructed Cottage, perfect for families or extended stay guests.


The sole proprietor and innkeeper is Donna Grabany. “After many years of nursing, I love being an innkeeper. I have met so many wonderful people and have been fortunate to make many new friends from around the world.” The innkeeper lives in a separate residence on the property, so is nearby, while Bed & Breakfast guests enjoy complete comfort and privacy. Donna serves a full breakfast, either indoors or outside.

Our Horses

Jackson Run is home to a team of two wonderful Haflingers, Dick and Dan. The Haflinger breed originated in Austria in the late 1800s and is known for its sturdy build and strength. Dick and Dan are 15 and 16 years old, respectively, and both belonged to an Amish owned logging crew prior to coming to Jackson Run in 2002. Both horses enjoy meeting guests of all kinds, but we ask that you please refrain from feeding them, as they are on very restrictive diets.