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15 Free Things to do in Pennsylvania with Kids

Disclaimer:  While exploring free things to do in Pennsylvania with kids, caution must be used at all times as natural hazards exist in the wilderness.  Please play wisely and follow the applicable state guidance for travel and safety considerations. Some of these activities may not be available right now, or shouldn’t be attempted until it […]

Tree House Lititz

The Tree House – Lititz, PA

The Tree House in Lititz, Pennsylvania is a new playground. The playground opened in 2020. It’s located at 300 West Orange Street beside the Lititz Church of the Brethren. The campus of Warwick High School is nearby. There is a large parking lot for the playground that appears to be shared with the church. Upon […]

Adams Ricci Park

Adams Ricci Park – Enola, PA

Adams Ricci Park is located in Enola, Pennsylvania in central Pennsylvania. The park is northwest of Harrisburg City, and fairly easy to access from any of the main highways around the city. This 82 acre park has baseball and soccer fields, as well as tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, pickleball and bocce ball courts. […]

Snow Tubing in PA

9 Amazing Snow Tubing Places near Pennsylvania

Due to the unpredictability of 2020 – 2021, please be sure to call ahead or confirm the snow tubing places near Pennsylvania are open before venturing out. Most places now require tickets to be purchased in advance. As with any outdoor activity, there are risks, especially in the current climate. When the weather turns colder, […]

Cousler Park, York, PA

Cousler Park is located in York, Pennsylvania. It boasts over 100 acres of land. Recreation at the park includes several baseball / softball fields, six soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, and sand volleyball courts. There are multiple pavilions which can be rented, three of which are right by the main playground area. The pavilions […]

Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire typically takes place during August, September, and October weekends. In 2020, the Faire had a delayed start, with opening day on September 5th. The Faire is a step back into the Renaissance-era, when Elizabeth is queen. There are jousting tournaments, tons of delicious food, and many shops offering unique and hand-made […]

Patapsco Valley State Park

Maryland Waterfalls

While Maryland waterfalls may not be as plentiful as Pennsylvania or New York waterfalls, there are still some beautiful falls in the state of Maryland. Most of these waterfalls are easy to access. However, always proceed with caution while exploring nature. Maryland Waterfall – Cascade Falls While Cascade Falls is the main attraction of the […]