Ghoulishly Great Amusement Parks

Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble; as Halloween approaches, you’re bound to get a different kind of thrill at Pennsylvania’s amusement parks as they transform into spine-tingling attractions for everyone to enjoy — if they dare!  From family-friendly trick-or-treating to after-dark rollercoasters, PA’s parks offer something for everyone to enjoy this hair-raising holiday. Check out our roundup of the spookiest events below.

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6 Great Farm Stay Vacation Spots in Pennsylvania

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With fall’s crispness in the air and bursts of gold, crimson, and sienna streaking the treetops, it’s the perfect time to let your kids roam free in wide-open pastures, hang with the animals, and slow down and reconnect with the natural beauty of the world. So, pack your bags and escape the city life for a weekend on the farm where you can experience Pennsylvania’s storied agricultural legacy in a hands-on way!

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14 Cork-Popping PA Wine Trails

From anywhere in-state, wine aficionados are less than an hour’s drive from at least one of more than 200 Pennsylvania wineries, many of which are smaller, family-owned establishments. Pennsylvania’s 14 self-guided wine trails allow (very) Happy Travelers to sip their way through vineyard-clustered areas at their own pace. Lodging options abound, so stick around after you indulge!

Think Local – Think Wine

Winery in PA

Sometimes, the best things are made right in your own backyard. Did you know Pennsylvania is the fifth-largest grape-growing region in the country? Dedicated vintners at wineries across the commonwealth are making award-winning bottles with Pennsylvania-grown grapes. The next time you’re shopping for everyday meals (or special occasions), add Pennsylvania wineries to the places you frequent, along with local farms, dairies and breweries.

Winery in PA

5 Reasons to Wine Taste in Pennsylvania

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Did you know that Pennsylvania is home to more than 200 wineries and the fifth-largest grower of grapes in the nation?

Pennsylvania may not be the first wine region that pops into your head when pondering prospects for embarking on a wine-tasting adventure, but it really should be on the top of every wine lover’s list. Why is Pennsylvania the perfect place for tasting wine? Check out all of the reasons below:

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