On Tuesday, Corbett made his second stop in Johnstown after paddling down the Conemaugh and Stoneycreek Rivers.
"It's beautiful," said Corbett. "Very relaxing and shows an example of the beauty Pennsylvania has to offer."
The Governor will also visit parks and historic sites in the region to see the successful partnership of preservation and economic growth. Pennsylvania parks are more popular than ever as an affordable destination and outdoor recreation option.
"This shows the positives of the business, state and local community coming together," said Corbett. "The Commonwealth has invested $3.4 million dollars into parks and recreation and the outcome benefits everyone and creates jobs."
Corbett set off on Monday morning from Tidioute, Warren County, Corbett is kayaking down the Allegheny and Conemaugh rivers; visiting Forest, Venango and Warren counties, Johnstown and Pittsburgh.
"We're going to end in Pittsburgh and catch a Pirates game," said Corbett.
In addition to DCNR and DEP, the Governor will be joined throughout the trip by representatives from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and various local tourism and recreation groups.
"It was a good time out here today (Tuesday)," said Corbett.