State College, Pennsylvania
State College is the largest designated borough in the State, located in Centre County, Pennsylvania. The local economy is heavily based on the University Park campus of the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State University). Also, it is worth mentioning that it ranked as the 3rd safest place to live in the USA (CQ Press, 2013) and as the 8th best college town in the USA (Best College Reviews, 2016). Since it attracts thousands of students every year, State College has plenty of things to do and see. A few of the top State College tourist attractions include the Arboretum at Penn State (great place for nature enthusiasts; don’t forget to take the camera with you), Pegula Ice Arena (for the ice hockey enthusiasts), Beaver Stadium (one of the loudest football stadiums in the USA), Palmer Museum of Art (a world-class art museum), Happy Valley Vineyard & Winery (a perfect opportunity to combine wine tasting with entertainment), etc. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 20 and nearby State College, PA. You can find quite a few top quality economy hotels that offer comfy rooms for under a $100.