Our Area Attractions
The Hershey Story – Museum on Chocolate Avenue
At one of Hershey PA’s most inspiring attractions, the story of Milton S. Hershey and the town that bears his name is presented through informative museum exhibits and interactive experiences perfect for adults, families and kids.
Visit Hershey’s Chocolate World!
The entire Hershey area is rich in history and tradition and packed with thrills for kids of all ages. Learn how they make your favorite candy bar. Browse the huge Hershey’s souvenir store, watch a 3-D movie or visit the interactive, hands-on Factory Works. Try the Trolley Tour, it’s great! Concerts at the Giant Center and Star Pavilion provide top notch entertainment.
Visit Zoo America
Located right next door to HersheyPark, 2016 marks the 106th anniversary of our zoo in Hershey. Founded in 1910 by chocolate magnate Milton S. Hershey after he received a dozen prairie dogs, Hershey Zoo (now ZooAmerica) was built for the people of Hershey.
A quick drive puts you in the middle of the slow lane. In the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, horses and buggies are a way of life. Visit the many towns that dot the area and see the rich craftsmanship that abounds. Taste the famous PA Dutch cooking and have a big bite of Shoofly Pie.
Visit the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum
Come and climb thru, on and under history in beautiful Strasburg. The Railroad Museum does not provide train rides, but The Strasburg Railroad, a historic operating railroad located directly across the street from the Museum, runs lots of train rides in vintage coaches, mostly with steam locomotives.
Visit Dutch Wonderland
Take the little ones to Dutch Wonderland a 48-acre amusement park, appealing primarily to families with small children. The park’s theme is a “Kingdom for Kids.” The entrance to the park has a real stone castle facade, which was built by Earl Clark, a potato farmer, before he opened the park in 1963.
Take a stroll thru one of the many farmers markets throughout the area. Catch a show at the Sight and Sound Millenium Theatre or check the time at the National Watch and Clock Museum. How about a visit to a visit to one of the many area wineries? There’s never a dull moment in Lancaster County!
Marvel at the making of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle or learn how they make your favorite potato chip or paper products in the Factory Tour Capital, York, PA! Head to Gettysburg and walk on hallowed ground. Envision the history of our country and live it at a re-enactment or how about a ghost tour? Still want more information on the Civil War? Visit the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg. While you’re there, take a walk on City Island and take in a game or a boat ride down the Susquehanna. Want something a little more wild? Try the Lake Tobias Wildlife Park. Safari tours are the main attraction at Lake Tobias Wildlife Park. Specially designed cruisers take you across 150 acres of rolling land where you see herds of wild and exotic animals from around the world. You could always try your luck at Hollywood Casino!
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Just a little bit further away, but worth the effort!
Visit these areas and attractions while leaving your camper here. No hassles of packing up, towing and setting back up again. Think of all the gas you can save! Tour a real coal mine in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia and Baltimore are just an hour and fifteen minutes away. Continue your historic tour of our beautiful country in Philadelphia at the National Constitution Center or visit beautiful Longwood Gardens. Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and the National Aquarium are a fantastic day trip. Top it off with some fresh Chesapeake crabs. Our Nation’s Capitol is about 2 hours away Try a bus trip or take the train to New York City or Atlantic City.