Little League World Series: Top 5 Things to See and Do in Williamsport

Planning a trip to Williamsport this summer to take in some top-notch youth baseball at the Little League World Series? Make sure that’s not all you do while you’re in town! During extra time between homeruns and double plays, hop on to U.S. Route 220 or U.S. Route 15 and discover some of the area’s finest destinations. Check out this list of diverse attractions only a short drive from Williamsport — there truly is something for everyone!

10 Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund in Pennsylvania

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While Pennsylvania is home to loads of luxurious attractions and products, we’ve rounded up our 10 ways for Happy Travelers to spend their tax refunds in Pennsylvania: 

1. Spoil yourself with a getaway to Gateway Lodge in Cook Forest State Park.

Nestled in the ancient hemlocks and pines of the park, Gateway Lodge offers fine dining with locally sourced foods, soothing AVEDA massages and an atmosphere of relaxation and personal attention. 

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Rainy Day Activities

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An old timey trip to the past awaits you in south eastern Huntingdon County at the Rockhill Trolley Museum. Ride the rails in restored antique trolleys like your grandparents did. For a truly unique experience, try the “Run-A-Trolley” program, where you’ll learn to operate an authentic, antique electric trolley car. You’ll get two hours of one-on-one guidance with an experienced trainer before taking the controls!

Pick Your Own

Spend a beautiful spring day with your family picking the most delicious fruit you’ve ever tasted at Brown’s Orchards & Farm Markets in York County. The pick-your-own season starts with strawberries in May, while summer brings blueberries and peaches before the apples of fall arrive. After leaving the orchards behind, you’ll find plenty of other fresh produce inside the market. You can even enjoy a tasty lunch or coffee at the Brown Bean Café.

Mud Sales

Named for the state of the thawing ground in late winter and early spring, Mud Sales are a Lancaster County original, referring to annual auctions/sales at a number of local fire companies. It’s no wonder they’re called a “mud sale,” since so many Amish in attendance are barefoot, squishing through the mud on a warm spring day as thousands of shoppers trod through to bid on the local treasures.

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