Schaefferstown, PA – To step back in time, visit Historic Schaefferstown (HSI). The Pennsylvania German and Swiss cultures, which flourished here during the last few centuries, are authentically presented among several historic sites
Mt. Gretna, PA – Features 1,100 acres of woodland for hiking, biking and horse back riding.
Lebanon, PA – Coleman Memorial Park, also known as Coleman’s Park, is home to a variety of special events in Lebanon County. Throughout the summer months, Music in the Park provides entertainment in the park’s open amphitheater.
Annville, PA – The elaborate Pennsylvania Veterans’ Memorial is the largest monument in VA’s National cemeteries. The combination open-air space and building stands 107 feet high and 360 feet long. Its design evokes “the ruins of a war-torn building centered in a land of solemnity.”
Schaefferstown, PA – Founded in 1763 by Alexander Schaeffer and his wife Anna Engle, the park is home to one of the United States’ oldest documented public water systems.
Jonestown, PA – Originally named St. Anthony’s Wilderness by Moravian missionaries who arrived in the colony in 1742 to convert Native tribes, the Stony Creek Valley became the site of five bustling towns after discovery of coal in 1824.
Grantville, PA –This park contains an unnamed tributary to Swatara Creek flowing through the western edge of the park. The park contains athletic fields, volleyball courts, rinks, a pond, picnic areas, pavilions, a log cabin, rest rooms, and trails.
Lebanon, PA – We are very proud to offer the finest snow tubing facility in all of Pennsylvania – with 15 lanes of swift winter fun. No need to wait for Mother Nature to make snow — we have state-of-the-art Super Pole-Cat snowmakers creating snow all winter long. Join us today!
Lebanon, PA – The expo center offers 70,000 square feet of indoor exhibition space including 8 adjoining buildings, 70+ acres of beautiful fairgrounds, livestock and equestrian facilities, and outdoor dirt track with plenty of spectator seating.
Lebanon, PA – A 14 mile corridor extending the end of the existing Conewago Trail at the Lancaster County line northeast into Lebanon. The trail passes through communities of Lawn, Colebrook, Mt. Gretna, Cornwall, South Lebanon and the City of Lebanon.
Fredericksburg, PA – Just off of Rt. 72 North, is Lion’s Lake Park and Recreation Area. This sapphire and emerald jewel of a spot sits along Jay Street in North Lebanon Township, is open from dawn to dusk throughout the year.
Seasons can be noticed, not as Fall – Winter – Spring – Summer, but by what can be seen at Lion’s Lake: brilliant red, yellow, orange leaves; resident geese walking on the ice-covered lake; people lined up along the shore with their fishing gear, eager for good catch; or picnics set up in any of the pavilions.
Grantville, PA – Located on 230 acres, the park is centered around a 45-acre lake which is ideal for boating and fishing. Canoes are available on site. Other family fun activities include: hiking, cross country skiing, ice skating and picnicking.
Stevens, PA – 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 migrations.
Lebanon, PA – Centered in Mount Gretna, this lake has been enjoyed by generations and a summer favorite escape for residents and visitors. Family friendly, restaurants, lake beach, and nearby attractions. Highlights include kayaking, boat rentals, lake beach, hiking trails nearby, dining nearby and more.
Annville, PA – The Quittie Creek Nature Park has become a point of interest in Annville and an attraction for Lebanon County and beyond. Its central walking path meanders beside the spring-fed Quittapahilla Creek, a restored trout stream.
Annville, PA – The Risser-Marvel Farm Market offers a farmstand, pumpkin patch to pick in the field, corn maze, straw or hay bale maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, trike track and more.
Lebanon, PA – Seyfert’s Farm is home to a pumpkin patch – pick in the field or already gathered from the field, corn maze, kiddie (mini) corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, concessions / refreshment stand, picnic area.
Lebanon, PA – Come to South Hills Park, sit down and relax, come and play, gather with family and friends, move to a healthier you, or play ball. South Hills is the favorite park in the Lebanon Valley, from spring to winter time.
Lebanon, PA – This city owned park is located at the Northeast boundary of Lebanon City and North Lebanon Township, and features a 23.5-acre lake, inside a 153-acre park.
Lebanon PA – The Swatara Creek Water Trail is a 60 mile water trail from Pine Grove, Schuylkill County, through Lebanon County, to the PA Fish and Boat Commission’s access in Middletown, Dauphin County.
Lebanon, PA – Situated on 109 acres of meadows and woods, you will find the oldest existing transportation tunnel in the U.S – The Union Canal. The Tunnel was completed in 1827 and today is a treasured National Historic Landmark.
Lebanon, PA – Tom’s Corn and Soybean Maze features a fall festival, corn maze, kiddie corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides and homemade baked goods and fall decorations.