What you need to know (Week Two):
Pitt at No. 4 Penn State
This is it! The week everyone has been waiting for has arrived. Pitt visits No. 4 Penn State as the Nittany Lions look to avenge last season's 42-39 loss at Heinz Field. The Nittany Lions are coming off a 52-0 drubbing of Akron, while the Panthers needed overtime to defeat Youngstown State. Find out everything you need know about the Keystone Classic. Read more
Walk Happy. Bike Happy.
Drive Happy.
 
As students and football fans flood the streets of State College, HappyValley.com has developed a public service announcement aimed at making Happy Valley even happier by promoting pedestrian and bicycle safety. Find out what you can do to help make Happy Valley an even better place to visit and live. Read More
How can you get your hands on the hottest ticket in town?

The Pitt-Penn State game is, without a doubt, the hottest ticket since last year's Whiteout Game with Ohio State. The game is sold out, but you can still get your hands on tickets if you are willing to crack open the piggy bank. If you are the classic last-minute shopper, there are still some options. Find out where you can get tickets. Read More
WE ARE: Football, Fests and Fun


Find road game fun, 2016 highlights, Heisman predictions and more in our football section, and then plan out your summer with our comprehensive guide to the best fests, food and family fun! 
Planning ahead for Penn State Homecoming?
Get all the updates in one easy spot, on the Happy Valley Homecoming page .

When you are looking for a perfect hotel in State College, look no further than The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. The hotel is just minutes away from Penn State’s University Park Campus, offering quick and easy shuttle access to everything the University has to offer. The hotel in central PA features 300 guest rooms and suites
complete with all the amenities you need for a relaxing and productive stay: complimentary Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, flat-screen HDTVs, and king, queen, or double beds. On-site hotel amenities include a lap pool, 24-hour fitness center, two restaurants, complimentary parking and ample special event space.

The Field Restaurant at Toftrees Golf Resort offers a farm-to-table dining experience in a warm, relaxing atmosphere. They believe fresh, local food just tastes better, which is why they use locally sourced fresh ingredients whenever available including local bread, a variety of regional Amish cheeses, and a house blend of sirloin, chuck, brisket, and short rib to create their hand-formed burgers. Whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, or cocktails, The Field Restaurant has something to satisfy you any time of the day.