You are 20 minutes away from one of the most visited sites in Pennsylvania. Williamsport offers you a great time at the Little League Museum. You can take a tour, enjoy interactive displays, have a birthday party or just browse the gift shops. No matter what you enjoy doing, you're sure to enjoy all the Baseball Museum has to offer.
If you are visiting our campground during August make sure to catch a game of the Little League World Series. This is a great summer event that continues to draw crowds from all over the world. Check out www.LittleLeague.org for schedules and additional information.
Free admission, free parking, free picnicking and free entertainment is just 45 minutes away. This is one of Pennsylvania's finest parks with award winning wooden rollercoaster's. You are sure to enjoy yourself at this park. This park is located in Elysburg and is situated in the mists of tall trees. Even on the hottest days it is still cool at Knoebels. Take a splash in the crystal pool or take a trip down some of the great water slides. Some of the rides that can be found at Knoebels are bumper cars, merry go rounds, kiddie whip, panther cars and 2 award winning wooden coasters.
Take a trip on 15 North for about 15 minutes and enjoy a tour through some of the world's deadliest animals. Serving the Williamsport and surrounding areas since 1964, Clyde Peeling is sure to show you an exciting time. Visit the gift shops, sit in on seminars and learn all there is to know about snake, spiders, frogs, alligators and much more. Live handling demonstrations and feeding are just a part of this exciting day. Open all year.
America's only all water cavern and wildlife park. Enjoy a boat ride through numerous caverns, gemstone panning, picnic facilities, gift shops and the wildlife park. Take a trip west on 192 and enjoy a great ride through Amish country and, in just 40 minutes, you will be at Penns Cave. Group tours are available.
Located in historic downtown Lewisburg is the country's largest liberal arts college. Enjoy many of the open to the public events at the Weis Center for the Arts, the Jazz Concert Series, interesting lectures series, tour the Samek Art Gallery, cheer on the Bison's Div 1 sports teams or watch the Cavalcade of Champions.
You are just 35 minutes away to visit an animal refuge specializing in exotic felines and wildlife. Today there are over 200 rescued animals - lions, tigers, bears, lemurs and much more. This is a privately operated and owned organization and relies strictly on donations from people like you. Come learn all about the cats of the world and find out how you can help.
Just 45 minutes away is a great park for all ages. Visit the Reptile building, petting zoo, walk around, eat and take a safari all at the same place. You can spend a whole day here and enjoy yourself. Group rates are available.
Hiawatha Paddle Wheel River Boat is located in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 25 minutes away. The Hiawatha lets you enjoy many types of paddle boat charters. Enjoy public cruises, family night cruises or book your own private charter. Day and evening tours.
Take a Trolley tour of Williamsport, you can be there in about 25 minutes or less. This tour takes you down Millionaires Row, Memorial Park and Brandon Park. Enjoy seeing and hearing about the Williamsport Historic Sites. There are many different tours you may take. You may book your own private charter or do a group tour.
Open May through October, weather and water conditions permitting, enjoy a ferry boat ride from Millersburg to a landing in Perry County on route 15. Each ferry holds 4 vehicles and 50 passengers. Enjoy a mile ride on the Susquehanna River. Reasonable rates, private charters, reunions, birthdays and school groups can book and enjoy a nice relaxing ride. Souvenirs are also available.
Be Sure to visit the Fun Bounce Plex located in Shamokin Dam. Its full of trampolines for adults & kids to enjoy! The is also a bounce house and toddler zone for the little ones. Be sure to check out their website for details, including prices & rules.
Ciro's features a vast menu including seafood, steaks, poultry, veal, sandwiches, pizza, pasta, salads, and appetizers. Ciro's Ristorante Italiano, located at 122 Main Street in beautiful Watsontown, has been in business since 1989. We also accept reservations for wedding rehearsal dinners, showers, business meetings, and parties for any occasion.
Take a trip back in time and experience dining the way it used to be. Bring the family and dine in your car while enjoying our friendly car-hop service. Located on Route 405 next to the Susquehanna River, Fence Drive-in is the perfect destination to take your family for a laid back and relaxing dinner. You have to stop in to try our delicious fish sandwiches! Our unique car-hop service allows you to eat in your car or you can get out and sit outside in our dining area right next to the river.
Located conveniently in Watsontown, PA, the Watson Inn has been welcoming guests who appreciate fine dining and accommodations for almost 150 years. Fine dining awaits you in our restaurant known for its fresh seafood, steaks, Italian cuisine, and scrumptious array of desserts.The Red Oak Bar & Lounge, located "next door" to the restaurant, is the perfect place to relax with a refreshing drink or cocktail before dinner. Our wine list is also available for your dining pleasure. Be sure to check out their website for the menu and hours.
Approximately 1/2 of the 135 acres is in a forest cover ranging from overgrown fence row and abandoned pastureland to a beautiful overlook. Bring the entire family and enjoy a hike up to a beautiful look out. Check out their website for the historic details on the Dale Engle Walker house.
Fero Vineyards & Winery has craft wine made with estate grown grapes. Old world varieties from the heart of Europe thrive in Central Pennsylvania. Local to the area & not to far away makes it a good day trip for wine tours!
Ricketts Glen harbors Glens Natural Area, a National Natural Landmark. Hike the Falls Trail System and explore the Glens, which boasts a series of wild, free-flowing waterfalls, each cascading through rock-strewn clefts in this ancient hillside. The 94-foot Ganoga Falls is the highest of 22 named waterfalls. Old growth timber and diverse wildlife add to the beauty. Ricketts Glen State Park is one of the most scenic areas in Pennsylvania. This large park is comprised of 13,050 acres in Luzerne, Sullivan, and Columbia counties. Be sure to Check out their website for the trail maps & information on the park prior to going!
Right off of Route 15 South, come on in for an early breakfast or a relaxing family dinner! Its a Kid-friendly chain known for baked goods, breakfasts & other American standards in dinerlike digs.Be sure to Check out their website for their menu!
Be sure to Check out the Little League World Series in the Summer! Click on the link for additional information, including what can be brought into the complex. Bring the entire family and enjoy some baseball games the entire afternoon.