Coleman Memorial Park

Coleman Memorial Park

Once a grand estate of the Coleman Family with mansions, stables, an ice-house, and gate house, it lives on today as a community-focused park with an amphitheater, ball fields, and playgrounds. However, with more than half of the park remaining natural forest, it is...
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area

Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area

A mecca for wildlife, this 6,254 acre facility is home to pheasants and deer, blue-birds and cottontails and many other wild animals. The area is particularly noted for the thousands upon thousands of ducks, geese and swans that drop in during their spring and fall...
Regal Fritillary

Regal Fritillary

Fort Indiantown Gap has restored an Eastern Native Grasslands for the repatriation of the threatened Regal Fritillary Butterfly. Twice a year, on consecutive weekends, the grasslands is open for public tours and a glimpse of this threatened butterfly. Best Known...
Sand Siding Trail

Sand Siding Trail

Sand Siding, one of the stops along the former Lebanon & Tremont Railroad Company, is now situated in the 3,520-acre Swatara State Park along the Swatara Rail Trail. Just a 5-minute walk from the Sand Siding Trailhead and Parking area, the Sand Siding Trail...
Second Mountain Hawk Watch

Second Mountain Hawk Watch

Perched atop the ridge, Second Mountain Hawk Watch overlooks Fort Indiantown Gap and Stony Valley. Its location lies in the path of hawks migrating from August through December. A variety of raptors can be seen from Second Mountain Hawk Watch, including harriers and...
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