White Water Adventures serves the Upper, Middle, and Lower Youghiogheny River located southeast of Pittsburgh along the Ohiopyle State Park. Guided tours in and alongside each raft are available. The Upper Yough is the hardest, followed by the Lower, leaving the Middle as the easiest…
H20ooohh is an Indoor Family Waterpark located at Split Rock Resort in the Poconos.
They feature Pennsylvania’s FIRST indoor Flow Rider – endless surfing wave – the Komodo Dragon!
In keeping with the tropical/jungle theme, you can ride various slides like the Viper, Pirahna and Amazon Blast; and enjoy other features including the Lava Springs hot tubs, Jungle Falls and Leaping Lizards kids play areas.
This indoor waterpark is open to the general public. You DO NOT have to stay overnight to use the facilities.
Stretched across Lehigh County are a number of log cabins – still maintained by various organizations and private individuals.
The Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail was created to help visitors tour the remaining structures in Lehigh County.
The website provides more information, driving brochures and recommendations on how to use the cabins on the tour as an educational resource.
The trail is broken down into a Northern, Central and Southern route, in case you plan to break up the trip or shorten the experience. Of course you can always hit the entire trail.
Seeing this portion of our architectural history is one that should not be missed.
Ed Note: We named Coopersburg, PA as the city for this attraction, since the first listing on the “Entire Trail” is located in Coopersburg, PA. You can, of course, start your tour at any location and eventually end up back at your personal starting point.
The 1,125-acre Caledonia State Park is in Adams and Franklin counties, midway between Chambersburg and Gettysburg on US 30. Caledonia is in the northernmost section of the Blue Ridge Mountains known locally as South Mountain. Blue Mountain, the easternmost ridge of the Allegheny Mountains, is…
This year Sesame Place®, the nation’s only theme park based on the award-winning television show Sesame Street®, opens Elmo’s World, an all-new land with three new rides. Ride a flyin’, fish. Wiggle through a garden of giggles. And blast into space. It’s Elmo’s World, we just play in it. Hang out with your furry friends, and enjoy all the rides, shows, play areas and dining that make this the only place where Sesame Street® comes to life! Sesame Place is located 30 minutes north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes south of NYC. For more information, call 215-752-7070 or visit sesameplace.com.
Looking to cool off at one of the best waterparks in the world? Look no further than Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom.
Visitors to Wildwater Kingdom enjoy one of the largest collections of water attractions on the planet.
Adding to its collection of 18 water slides, a tubing adventure, activity pools and other water activities, Wildwater Kingdom is home to two wave pools in 2006. The addition of another wave pool makes Wildwater Kingdom one of the only waterparks in the country to offer a double dose of wave pool fun.
The additional wave pool is approximately two-thirds the size of the existing giant wave pool. Guests enjoy a unique experience with added features in the new wave pool such as geysers and wall sprays in the shallow end.
Both wave pools use the latest in wave pool technology by generating waves pneumatically which provides guests with the sensation of the ocean, but without the seaweed and jellyfish.
Guests who wish to soak up the sun can lounge in a chair on the renovated midways around the new wave pool and enjoy the additional space for sunbathing while guests looking to escape from the summer sun can seek out one of many new cabanas being offered for rent.
Those who dare, challenge body slides and tubing slides of all sizes and one of the longest elevated water slides in the world. For the little ones, there are three aquatic playlands to splash around in and get wet.
There is more fun for the entire family in an interactive water funhouse, two tubing rivers and other splash zones to cool down in and escape from the summer heat.
Great Wolf Lodge in the poconos is the regions first indoor waterpark featuring Bear Track Landing. Bear Track Landing is a 78,000 square foot waterpark with 11 waterslides, 6 pools, and an interactive activity center. Slides include the Hydro Plunge, Coyote Cannon, Alberta Falls™, Totem…
Wilson Shankweiler opens Pennsylvania’s 1st Drive-in, and over the years the theatre has continued to grow and progress.
In 1948 the first speaker poles and Car Speakers are installed at Shankweiler’s Drive-in but in 1955 a hurricane had leveled the screen and projection booth.
During the renovations theyadded a new Cinema Scope screen, snack bar and Restroom building. But the progress doesn’t stop there.
In 1982 Shankweiler’s started broadcasting through the cars AM radio with the traditional speakers being optional.
In 1986 Shankweilers is the first theatre in the country to do away with traditional speakers and broadcast through the cars FM speakers.
By 2013 they’re now completely digital!
All shows are double features,one ticket! Load up the car and come on out!