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Aspers, PA:

Fields of Adventure at Smithfield Farms is located at 64 Tree Lane. There is so much to do here for the whole family. There is a 7 Acre themed corn maze. Bystanders can watch the maze goers from the bridge for a perfect view. For the smaller folks, there are smaller mazes to go through. There is a 600 ft zipline that slopes 70 ft from the tower and soars over a pond. Rent a rod and reel to fish. Dig and play in the corn or crawl and climb over the hay bales. There is an old fashioned hayride and pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkins. Enjoy food from the concession stand and stay for the campfire under the stars with your group to enjoy food and a crackling fire. (888) 677-0093 

 

Biglerville, PA:
Historic Round Barn & Farm Market is located at 298 Cashtown Road. It is one of a handful of true round barns surviving today! The Farm Market grows and sells one of the largest selections of the following varieties: Apples, Peaches, Nectarines. They also offer a wide selection of other local and home grown fresh fruits and veggies during the season. You will find many interesting food, decorative and gift items inside. (717) 334-1984 


 
Fairfield, PA:
East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue is located at 320 Zoo Road. This unique sanctuary is home to more than 40 species of exotic animals. For all of them, the rescue provides a lasting refuge where they can live their days in peace and safety. Visit to learn more about these magnificent animals. It is home to primates, reptiles, birds and much more! (717) 642-5229



Gardners, PA:
Appalachian Trail Museum is located at 1120 Pine Grove Road. The museum is an active, positive advocate for the preservation and enjoyment of the Appalachian Trail. Through the presentation of museum exhibits, programs, audio-visual presentations, and publications, the staff and volunteers tell the exciting stories of the human experience of the Appalachian Trail since its founding in 1921. The museum actively collects artifacts and archival material related to these stories, cares for them in a professional manner, and provides access to researchers seeking information about the trail. (717) 486-8126 



Gettysburg, PA:
Gettysburg is located in scenic Adams County. There are so many things to do and see for the whole family in this most historic town. There are battlefield tours, museums, great places to dine and stay! You can get package deals to see many of the sites for one low price. Make the very most of your visit to this extraordinary town!

Land of Little Horses is located at 125 Glenwood Drive. The Gettysburg Miniature Horse Farm opened in 1971 on the current site, which encompasses 100 beautiful acres in the rolling hills. The park also became the original United States Registry for Falabella miniature horses. It brings delight and entertainment to thousands of families. In addition to the horses, there are other farm animals to see and even some exotics as well. They always have activities and events at the farm. Visit Western Town for a midday pony ride in the shaded corral. Try your luck mining for treasure, take a wagon ride, hang out at the saloon or general store. They have a blacksmith shop, chapel, gift shop, café and pig raceway! (717) 334-7259  
 
Hickory Hollow Farm is located at 120 SW Confederate Avenue. This is a horseback trail riding company that prides themselves on the quality of rides and the health of their beloved horses. They offer the opportunity for you to tour the famous Gettysburg Battlefield by horseback. They also offer private tours. If you are looking for a detailed tour, the guide will ride along with your group and describe the battle and answer any questions. (717) 253-6300


 
Orrtanna, PA:
Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium is located at 6019 Chambersburg Road. The museum contains shelves filled with over 10,000 elephants of all sizes, shapes and materials. These were collected by the owner, a local resident. Today his collection includes elephants made from almost every imaginable material. There is also a huge candy room with free fudge samples and old fashion candy for sale. The grounds surrounding the museum include short walking trails near ponds full of goldfish. (717) 352-3792 


 
York Springs, PA:
Eastern Museum of Motor Racing is located at 100 Baltimore Road. Open wheel, dirt track racing is reflected in this popular museum. You will see a wide variety of racing machines from other forms of racing too. These include sprint cars, midgets, stock, motorcycles, NASCAR, and more. Enjoy the gift shop while you’re there. (717) 528-8279