The Chocolate Kingdom is a realm that is inhabited by a 400-pound chocolate turtle, a 125-pound chocolate reindeer and 75-pound chocolate frog. Chocolate castles, a train, a village, and a Ferris Wheel which brings this whimsical land to life.
Month: July 2019
Curwensville Lake offers many opportunities to entertain the whole family. Biking, hiking, boating, and fishing are just a few. Bring a picnic, Frisbee, volleyball and some friends and enjoy a day or a whole weekend.
Camping and hiking provide an excellent opportunity to get out and enjoy the outdoors. Bring your bike and test the trails or open roadway. When the day is done sit back and enjoy a hot dog on the fire or check out the swimming area and relax.
Do you enjoy fishing or boating? Enjoy the open waters with your boat or kayak, or spend some relaxing time fishing for bass or bluegill.
Whether you’re having a family reunion or just some family fun, there’s plenty for everyone to do. No matter what you decide, check their event calendar before you go. At Curwensville Lake, you’ll always discover something new. Additional fees may apply.
The legend continues at Jason’s Woods with the signature Haunted Hayride. Each year new haunted attractions are built around the terrifying tour through the woods. In addition to all the attractions, live events and contests are featured each weekend. Bands, contests, competitions, food and fun…
Enter the world of Lake Erie. Learn its history. Starting with the War of 1812 through the present day, the Erie Maritime Museum.Opening in 1998 the museum will take you back in time, and the events surrounding Lake Erie.
Behind the building is the reconstructed Niagara. When she’s in port you can get a tour. If you’re more adventurous you might want to join her crew.
Come see and hear U.S. history in the making!
The 1,341-acre White Clay Creek Preserve is in southern Chester County, three miles north of Newark, Delaware. The White Clay Creek Valley, which forms the core of the Preserve, varies from steep to gradually falling terrain with some flat bottomlands. White Clay Creek Preserve shares boundary with White Clay Creek State Park of Delaware.
Because White Clay Creek posses outstanding scenic, wildlife, recreational and cultural value, it has been designated by Congress as a National Wild and Scenic River, and shall be preserved in free-flowing condition for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations.
At the Martin Guitar factory tour, you will see how guitars are made by skilled craftsmen using old world tools. Tours are on a first come, first served basis. Group tours can be scheduled at different times (check the website). Non-flash camera photography is allowed.…
Established in 1895, by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, the Carnegie Museum of Art is nationally and internationally recognized for its distinguished collection of American and European works. The museum focuses not only on the masters of years past, but also leaves room for the “Old Masters…
America’s first zoo and one of the region’s foremost conservation organizations, the Philadelphia Zoo’s 42-acre Victorian garden is home to over 1,500 animals, many of which are rare and endangered. The Zoo, fulfilling its mission of conservation, science, education and recreation, supports and engages in conservation efforts to protect endangered species around the world. Cheetahs, hippos, giraffes and polar bears make the Zoo Philadelphia’s leading family attraction. Visit the Zoo’s state-of-the-art PECO Primate Reserve to see gorillas, colobus monkeys, ruffed lemurs and more. Soar 400 feet above the city on the Channel 6 Zooballoon®. The Zoo seasonally offers the Tastykake Children’s Zoo, giant Swan Boat rides, zookeeper talks and a magical Treehouse with interactive activities for children. Guests can check the Zoo map, printed daily, for animal feedings and keeper talks.
Watch out for that rhino ahead! Take a ride on our newest permanent attraction, Dodge Wild Earth™. Grab a fellow traveler and climb inside one of our new Dodge Durango virtual adventure simulators to photograph the treasures of Africa’s Serengeti plains. You have the power to choose where and how fast you go, -zoom down a gully and slosh through shallow water to experience all the bumps, rolls and climbs you can handle.
The 5,900-acre park lies in the broad Bald Eagle Valley of northcentral Pennsylvania. Two geologic provinces create Bald Eagle’s scenic beauty. The Allegheny Plateau to the north and west holds smooth, undulating uplands. The Ridge and Valley Province to the south and east contains numerous…
Kettle Creek State Park consists of 1,793 acres along Kettle Creek in western Clinton County. The park is in a valley surrounded by mountainous terrain and wilderness. Many of the existing recreational facilities arose from a joint flood control project developed by the U. S.…