Newport – Little Buffalo State Park

Newport, Perry County Located a mile southwest of Newport in Perry County, Little Buffalo State Park offers hiking, swimming, hunting, boating, fishing, camping, picnic grounds and more to visitors every day. For detailed information about all of Little Buffalo’s facilities and events, visit the PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources’ website: DCNR.state.pa.us

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Newville – Wishing Well Equestrian Center

Newville, Cumberland County Spend a day in the saddle on one of Wishing Well Equestrian Center’s guided trail rides on Cumberland County’s gorgeous North Mountain. Even first-timers will enjoy riding through the mountain paths, assisted by Wishing Well’s guides and paired with well-trained horses and ponies suitable for passengers of any size or skill level. […]

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Hershey – Adventure Sports

Adventure Sports, Hershey Enjoy laser tag without wasting a summer day in the dark at Adventure Sports in Hershey’s Outdoor Laser Tag facility. Adventure Sports is the first location in Central PA to feature laser tag played out in the daylight. Outdoor laser tag offers the tactical play of outdoor paintball without the sting of […]

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Halifax – Lake Tobias Wildlife Park

Halifax, Dauphin County Lake Tobias Wildlife Park in Halifax is home to dozens of species of exotic animals roaming over 150 acres of land. Featuring safari tours on specially designed open air cruisers, visitors can see herds of roaming animals from only a few feet away. Lake Tobias also has 50 acres of traditional zoo […]

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Hummelstown – Middletown-Hummelstown Railroad

Hummelstown, Dauphin County The Middletown & Hummelstown Railroad connecting the two towns has been in operation since 1888. Known as the Milk & Honey Line, the MH Railroad now offers passengers round trips through the scenic Swatara Creek Valley, while conductors provide narration of the history and folklore of the area. The MH Railroad operates […]

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Carlisle – Waggoner’s Gap HawkWatch

Carlisle, Cumberland County In the early twentieth-century, many birds of prey were being exterminated as vermin. Pennsylvania’s Hawk Mountain became the center of a movement to protect America’s raptors, and sites were established throughout the state as lookouts to view and monitor the hawk population. Waggoner’s Gap quickly became the most popular lookout in the […]

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Carlisle – Tranquility Salt Cave

Carlisle, Cumberland County The Tranquility Salon & Wellness Center in Carlisle became the first location in Pennsylvania to feature a salt cave as alternative medicinal treatment. Tranquility imported over 20,000 pounds of Himalayan salt to create a 17′ x 21′ cave. The cave forms a unique microclimate exceptionally free from bacteria and rich in negative […]

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Duncannon – Old Sled Works

Duncannon, Perry County Get out of the heat by spending a day playing classic arcade games at the Old Sled Works Antique & Craft Market in Duncannon. The Sled Works’ Penny Arcade features over 50 games from as early as the 1920s, including vintage shooting galleries, pinball machines and movie machines. The coin-operated machines still […]

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