Above & Beyond BallooningWebsite: www.usahotair.com
Launch Right From the Park
Above & Beyond Ballooning is one of the most experienced, dynamic, exciting and enjoyable hot air balloon companies in the country.
We schedule and fly hot air balloon rides in PA & NJ seven days a week, with balloon flights twice daily, weather permitting. We have been providing safe, enjoyable hot air balloon rides in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for more than a decade. Thousands of smiling faces have joined us in flight for an unforgettable experience that can hardly be surpassed.
American Amusement Company IncAddress: 225 N Marshall St, Lancaster, PA 19551
Arrowhead Springs Trout HatcheryAddress: 118 West Bethany Road, Newmanstown, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 589-4830
Welcome to Arrowhead Springs. We're a small family-owned business located on over 400 acres of protected watershed nestled at the foot of the south mountains in Lebanon County. We're a premiere recreational fee fishing facility.
Blue Marsh Lake- Leesport,PAAddress: 1268 Palisades Drive, Leesport, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 376-6337
The Visitor Center is located in Bern Township along Palisades Road. Open every day of the year except Christmas, starting time is always 8:00 a.m. Closing time varies seasonally. In addition to its various displays, the Visitor Center also offers a great view of the lake and dam. And there is no better spot for watching a beautiful sunset.
Cabela's- Hamburg, PAAddress: 100 Cabela Drive, Hamburg, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 929-7000
Clover Hill Vineyards- Robesonia, PAAddress: 17 Clover Hill Lane, Robesonia, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 693-8383
Robesonia Vineyard houses 20 acres of vines on its southern slope. Its rich, fertile soil houses grape varieties such as: Catawba, Seval Blanc, Vidal Blanc, Riesling, Niagara, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chambourcin. Whatever season you decide to visit, the surroundings are amazing.
Crystal Cave- Kutztown,PAAddress: RD 3, Kutztown, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 683-6765
The 45-minute guided tour passes a myriad display of stalactite, stalagmite and dripstone formations. These imposing columns are marvels in themselves, and they are only the beginning. Every turn reveals new and startling formations, most of which have been named for the images they evoke. The Cathedral Chamber, the Prairies Dogs, Giant's Tooth, Ear of Corn and Tobacco Leaves, the Natural Bridge, the Indian Head, Totem Pole, and the Crystal Ballroom all are things of exquisite beauty.
Doneckers- Ephrata, PAAddress: 100, 318-409 North State Street, Ephrata, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 738-9500
When you visit our Community, you’ll probably hear it more than once. Whether you’re at The Store, The Restaurant, The Inns, The Christopher Radko Christmas Gallery, or The Fine Furniture Galleries, you’re the center of our attention.
Dorney ParkAddress: 3830 Dorney Park Road, Allentown, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 395-3724
Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park- Lancaster, PAAddress: 2249 Lincoln Hwy E, Lancaster, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 291-1888
Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Complex was opened in 1963 by the Clark family from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The Park started with 14 acres of land, four rides and 18 employees. Over the years, Dutch Wonderland expanded to include not only the family amusement park, but also DISCOVER LANCASTER COUNTY HISTORY MUSEUM, OLD MILL STREAM Campground and the Gift House at Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse, PA. In November, 2001 Dutch Wonderland Family Entertainment Complex was purchased by Wonderland Amusement Management LLC (WAM). Dutch Wonderland Family Entertainment Complex is owned and operated by WAM, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company.
Ephrata Cloister- Ephrata,PAAddress: 632 West Main Street, Ephrata, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 733-6600
One of America's earliest religious communities, the Ephrata Cloister was founded in 1732 by German settlers seeking spiritual goals rather than earthly rewards. Gathered in unique European style buildings, the community consisted of celibate Brothers and Sisters, and a married congregation of families.
Goods Store- East Earl, PAAddress: Route 23, East Earl, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 354-4026
Clothing-tools-fishing equipment-toys-cards-hunting clothes-shoes-boots-dishes-pots & pans-blankets-sheets-towels-window blinds.
Green Dragon Farmers Market- Ephrata, PAAddress: 955 North State Street, Ephrata, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 738-1117
Hershey GardensAddress: 170 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 534-3492
Beauty comes alive! Enjoy 23 acres of spectacular seasonal display, amazing theme gardens and the popular outdoor Butterfly House. The whole family will love the new Children’s Garden — it’s filled with surprises!
HERSHEYPARK- Hershey, PAAddress: 100 W Hershey Park Drive, Hershey, PA 19551
Phone: (800) 437-7439
Ride the coasters and water rides first. The lines for these popular rides are much shorter at the beginning of the day. Plan on getting wet! We have several drenching water rides. If you'd rather not walk around in wet clothing, be sure to pack a spare T-shirt and shorts. Changing rooms and lockers are available.
High Spirit Trophy Hunts- Robesonia, PAAddress: 141 W. Texter Mission Road, Robesonia, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 589-2350
Great Deer Hunting Is Closer Than You Ever Imagined… High Spirit Trophy Hunts is a top quality hunting ranch located in southeastern Pennsylvania. There are woods, meadows, crop fields and streams, and picturesque mountain ranges around the ranch. To supplement the summer crops in winter our superior white tails are fed highly nutritional feed along with various forages that last into March. We keep the soil in the crop fields at a ph perfect level and the deer are fed top end minerals year round free choice. As an added bonus to help grow those big racks and keep our deer healthy we have our herd monitored by our veterinarian and inspected throughout the year. We are a planned low volume hunt and our goal is to promote high satisfaction for our hunters. We try to limit the party to 2 hunters, however, we can arrange for a party of up to 4 hunters. We hunt free ranging deer in our 160 acre enclosure. There are no other hunters on the property during your hunt. Free tours are offered to interested hunters. Call to schedule an appointment.
Justino's Pizza and Sandwiches- Newmanstown, PAAddress: 28 East Main Street, Newmanstown, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 589-1800
Kitchen Kettle Village- Intercourse, PAAddress: Route 340, Intercourse, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 768-8261
Ideally situated in the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Kitchen Kettle Village is renowned for its festivals that celebrate the beauty and bounty of Lancaster County. After all, the heart of the Village is the Jam & Relish Kitchen, where local farm women produce over 70 different varieties of jams, relishes, butters, syrups and preserves, in an open kitchen that annually attracts over a million visitors each year. Plus there are 33 artisans', furniture and food shops that are also open daily except Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Knoebels Amusement Park and Resort- Elysburg, PAAddress: Route 487, Elysburg, PA 19551
Phone: (570) 672-2572
Knoebels has a fun-filled selection of rides to choose from for kids of all ages--and admission is always free! Nestled in the mountains, Knoebels offers two campgrounds in a hardwood pine and hemlock forest. On a hot summer day enjoy the crystal pool and waterslides.
Maple Grove Raceway- Mohnton,PAAddress: 30 Stauffer Park Lane, Mohnton, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 856-7812
Maple Grove Raceway has matured into one of the premier drag racing facilities in the country both on and off the track.
Middle Creek Wildlife Management- Kleinfeltersville, PAAddress: Hopeland Road, Kleinfeltersville, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 733-1512
Osgood's Neighborhood Grill and Bar- Robesonia, PAAddress: 319 E Penn Ave, Robesonia, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 693-6685
Great food, resonable prices. Sunday brunch, Monday Wing Night.
Renninger's Antique Markets- Denver, PAAddress: 2500 N. Reading Road, Denver, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 336-2177
Every Sunday you will find a gigantic Antique & Collectible Market with more than 375 dealers indoor, and during the spring, summer & fall up to 400 display in the outdoor section. Beginning at dawn, outdoor dealers arrive and begin displaying their merchandise. Many early shoppers come equiped with flashlights and dart from dealer to dealer to find that great bargain. Excitement builds as dealer after dealer arrives and begins to display their wares. Within the first hour of sunlight, the outdoor market is in full swing. Buyers work quickly to load their purchases and prepare for the indoor market to open at 7:30 am. As the indoor market opens, the dealers start to unpack and display the fresh merchandise they have recently acquired. The indoor dealers display fine merchandise not easily displayed in an outdoor setting. Items such as paper, textiles, paintings, furniture, fine china & glass, dolls, jewelry, and more can be found in the indoor market. Renningers Adamstown is a true antique shoppers delight.
Roadside America- Shartlesville, PAAddress: Exit 23 in Shartlesville, Shartlesville, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 488-6241
Roadside America In newspapers and magazines, ROADSIDE AMERICA has been acclaimed as the greatest known miniature village—the most unique and detailed masterpiece of its kind in the world. Actually, it is not one village, but many—really the American countryside as it might be seen by a giant so huge that he could see from coast to coast. Roadside America Roadside America is an unforgettable panorama of life in rural United States. The exhibit spans more than two hundred years in time and lets you see, in exquisite miniature, how people lived and worked in pioneer days … through the years since then … right up to the present.
Shady Maple SmorgasbordAddress: 129 Toddy Drive, East Earl, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 354-8222
Country Bread & Cheese Bar: Includes our own dinner rolls, Shady Maple's Famous Fruit Breads, and other assorted breads. A delectable assortment of fresh cheeses. 3 Homemade soup selections. Salad Bar: 40 Different items in all, including: Hot bacon dressing, homemade potato, macaroni & pasta salads, fresh spinach, fresh mushrooms, and Waldorf salad. Beverage Bar: 14 different hot and cold drinks included in your meal. Food Bar: 200 feet of Deliscious Real Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking!All your favorites plus some new dishes hot and ready for your dinning pleasure. Some of Lancaster County's finest cooks prepare foods in the traditional Pennsylvania Dutch Way. We also have daily features, including: Succulant Seafood, Italian, Prime Rib, and Steak. Dessert Bar: At least 25 mouth watering kinds, plus make your own Sundae Bar!
Stoudt's Brewing Company- Adamstown, PAAddress: Route 272, Adamstown, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 484-4386
Superior quality in steaks, seafood and chef specialties gives your clients a variety of delicious selections. Our wine list is among the finest offered in central PA with over 100 vintage and personal favorites. The Harrison Fisher Room accommodates up to 6 persons with an interesting selection of Fishers’ turn of the century illustrations. The Tom Sawyer Room adjacent to the lounge area is ideal for private parties up to 10 attendees. The décor of Sawyer prints makes for a unique conversational setting. Surrounded with a flavor of brewery nostalgia, history and the Stoudt’s personal touches, the Brewery Room accommodates groups up to 30 individuals. The Picasso Room for larger groups can accommodate up to 50 guests in privacy, with the accent of Picassos’ influence highlighted throughout the room.
Strasburg Railroad- Strasburg, PAAddress: Rt 741 E, Strasburg, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 687-7522
All aboard America's oldest short-line railroad. Get up close to a larger-than-life coal-burning steam locomotive. Ride vintage passenger cars during the 9-mile journey. Coach Comfort: Our standard coaches are beautifully restored in authentic Victorian style. Enjoy the comfort of pot-belly stove heat during cold days. Open Air Car: Tour the scenic surroundings with a wide-open view of the countryside and neighboring Amish farms. Dining Car: Enjoy lunch or dinner while riding the rails. The 45-minute ride will take you right through the backyards of our Amish neighbors - and some of the most beautiful farmland in the country.
Sturgis Pretzel House- Lititz, PAAddress: 219 East Main St, Lititz, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 626-4354
In 1850, Julius Sturgis was baking bread at a gracious stone house in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Legend has it, a man passing through Lititz gave Julius the recipe for hard pretzels in return for his generous hospitality. He added pretzels to his bread business, and in 1861 Julius stopped making bread and became the first commercial pretzel bakery in America.
The Amish Farm and House Food Pavilion- Lancaster, PAAddress: 2395 Lincoln Hwy E, Lancaster, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 390-8601
The Amish Farm and House Take a walk around and explore everything that our operating farm has to offer. The 25-acre farm is home to a variety of animals and crops. Investigate the various barns, water wheel, windmill, lime kiln, spring house, and much more. Located on the grounds is The Early Americana Museum that features items found and used in Lancaster County. The first exhibit is a large collection of Native American Indian artifacts all found in Lancaster County. Next, you will see how farm life has changed over the centuries. Anitique farm implements, tools, food preparation pieces and blacksmith tools that would have been part of farm life at one time are all on display. The last section of the museum houses Amish buggies, wagons, sleighs, and more. Amish Farm and House The Amish Farm and House is one of the most intimate ways to learn about the Old Order Amish of Lancaster County. Your visit to this 25-acre farm begins with a guided tour through the house where you learn about the simple lifestyle of the Amish. house where you learn about the simple lifestyle of the Amish.t explore the farm complete with animals, various crops, and a range of farm buildings.
The Amish Village- Strasburg, PAAddress: Route 896, Strasburg, PA 19551
Phone: (717) 687-8511
VF Factory Outlet- Reading, PAAddress: 801 Hill Avenue, Reading, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 378-0408
The VF Outlet Village offers a wide variety of outlet stores with over 450,000 square feet of retail space.
VF Outlet - Reading, PAAddress: Exit N. Wyomissing Blvd, Reading, PA 19551
Phone: (610) 378-0408
VF Outlet Village in Reading, Pennsylvania, is located on the site of the former Berkshire Knitting Mills, which was once the largest hosiery mill in the world and operated from 1908 to 1975
Wilbur Candy Museum- Litiz, PAAddress: 48 N Broad Street, Litiz, PA 19551
Phone: (888) 294-5287
Wilbur Chocolate Co. In 1972, the Candy Americana Museum was created by Penny Buzzard, wife of former president John Buzzard. Penny went to antique shows and flea markets looking for old chocolate memorabilia. She gathered more than 1000 varieties of molds, tins, and boxes and displayed them in the museum. Business associates who learned of her efforts began to contribute pieces such as early candy machinery, marble slabs, starch trays, copper kettles, and so on. The prized collection of the museum has more than 150 hand- painted European and Oriental antique porcelain chocolate pots, some bearing the names Haviland, Limoges, and Dresden. Wilbur Candy Museum The Candy Americana Museum started out as a one-room museum and has expanded slowly. In 1977, the modern candy kitchen was opened. The kitchen features handmade chocolates being created right before your eye including homemade marshmallow, almond bark, peanut butter meltaways, heavenly hash, mint drizzle, and almond butter crunch.