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My family and I enjoy several trips each year to Camelback Lodge in the Pocono Mountains. During the winter we go tubing and skiing. During the summer we go to the Camelbeach Waterpark.

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In 1897 handmade objects were being discarded in favor of new machine-made goods. Historian and archaeologist Henry Mercer (1856-1930) recognized the need to collect and preserve the outmoded material of daily life in America before it was swept away Read more

Looking for things to do in Somerset County, New Jersey? is your one-stop source. Read more

Often referred to as "…one of the most beautiful farms in Chester County,"Whitewing Farm is hidden on a country road, quietly nestled in the historic Brandywine Valley. Read more

Winter is a great time to visit the Endless Mountains Region of Northeastern PA. Those looking for outdoor adventure will be thrilled to hit the 1,000 foot vertical drop at Elk Mountain Ski Resort. Read more

Porches on the Towpath is an oasis of tranquility and casual elegance in the heart of New Hope, PA; the ideal spot to experience the warmth and charm of the Bucks County lodging. Read more

In the heart of the Pocono Mountains, Santosha on the Ridge Poconos Bed and Breakfast is a secluded sanctuary, located in Shawnee on Delaware. Read more

The Keswick Theatre first opened its doors on Christmas Night, 1928. Nationally recognized as themost comfortable, acoustically perfect listening room in the entire Philadelphia market, the Keswick was designed by acclaimed architect Horace Trumbauer Read more

Bristol Riverside Theatre is a 300-seat not-for-profit theatre with a $2.2 million annual budget. Located just outside of Philadelphia, BRT has received 68 Barrymore Award nominations and 9 Broadway World Awards and has a growing subscriber base. Read more

Lititz was just voted "America's Coolest Small Town." It is easy to see why this cool small town is so hot! A fashion experience that rivals Fifth Avenue, Lititz is a shopper's paradise. Read more

Circa 1790, The Pineapple Hill Inn B&B is one of the oldest properties in the New Hope area. lts wide plank pumpkin pine flooring and 18-inch thick walls are just some of what remind you of its history. This original manor home is now a lovely B&B Read more


Spend the day up in the trees while you climb, balance and zip through the 66 elements of the Pocono TreeVentures ropes course. Great for all levels of outdoor enthusiasts from beginner to expert, the family outdoor aerial forest adventure offers Read more

Nestled on 137 acres in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Schnabels’ Woods is a private recreational colony designed to provide vacation cottages and cabins to people interested in relaxing and recreating in a country setting. Read more

Wheaton Village Located in scenic southern New Jersey, Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center is a national cultural treasure. It is home to the Museum of American Glass with over 7,000 objects on display, Read more

Peddler’s Village…We’re everything but ordinary for fall and holiday shopping! From home wares, trendy clothes, and comfort foods to unique toys, local artisans and a day spa, you’ll easily check off your list in the Village’s 60 specialty shops Read more

Endless Mountains Fall Getaway

Endless Mountains Lakeside Fall

The Endless Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania is the ideal destination for a fall getaway. The scenic vistas and overlooks dotted throughout the region are the perfect vantage points for admiring the array of colors during the peak of fall foliage season. Miles of hiking and biking trails allow a close up view of the brilliant colors, enhanced by the wonderful smells of autumn leaves and crisp air. In between sight-seeing, you’ll want to take in a few fall and harvest festivals such as the PA Apple ‘n Cheese Festival, Tunkhannock Airing of the Quilts, Craftsmen of the Endless Mountains Flaming Fall Foliage Festival, Elk Mountain Fall Festival, and the Sullivan County Fall Festival Lumberjack/Chainsaw Carving Competition —each one unique in its own way. Quaint shops, wine trail, relaxing dining, and comforting lodging round out a memorable getaway in the Endless Mountains. To start planning your Endless Mountains fall getaway, visit or call 800-769-8999.

Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia

Chestnut Hill

Chestnut Hill is closer than you think! When you visit Philadelphia's Garden District, you will discover endless delights from exquisite cuisine and locally-owned boutiques to some of Philadelphia’s greatest attractions. Located in the Northwest corner of Philadelphia, Chestnut Hill is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway, lunch with friends, date night, or a family day trip. There is a wide variety of fine dining and casual restaurants, many with outdoor seating. Be sure to visit Market at the Fareway for a taste of specialty artisan foods from over 15 vendors. Plan a trip to Morris Arboretum for a garden oasis within the city limits or walk along Forbidden Drive to experience nature all around you. Visit Woodmere Art Museum to view impressive work from Philadelphia’s top artists. In one of the over 60 unique shops throughout Chestnut Hill, you will certainly find that perfect gift for yourself or someone else. In fact, Chestnut Hill was recently named Best Main Street Shopping by Philadelphia Magazine. This beloved neighborhood has been selected by as one of the top seven urban enclaves in the nation. Chestnut Hill was also voted a Distinctive Destination by the National Trust for Historic Preservation with its beautiful architecture, historic properties, and direct access to Fairmount Park. The neighborhood hosts a number of special events and festivals throughout the year, including an annual Fall for the Arts Festival October 5, Harry Potter Festival October 17 & 18, and Holidays on the Hill Festival from late November through December. Chestnut Hill is always stroller and dog-friendly, and the neighborhood's festivals offer family fun for all ages. Spend the night or spend the weekend in the beautifully renovated Chestnut Hill Hotel and experience all that Chestnut Hill has to offer. For more information, a complete schedule of events, and to plan your visit to Chestnut Hill, please visit, find us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @ChestnutHillPA.