Perry County Covered Bridges: Visit the stoic reminders of the area’s rich Dutch Heritage among the pristine countryside! Also known as ‘kissing bridges’, PA Dutch tradition holds that kissing your sweetheart while passing through a covered bridge brings good luck. There are many of the old remnants left to visit to include the Dellville Covered Bridge on Pine Hill Road in Dellville, Adairs Covered Bridge on Route 274 in Loysville, and the Bistline Covered Bridge on Madison Road in Blain to name just a few. Each has its own unique history in our area. Some span 96 feet long and some were built as early as 1864. Call for a free trail guide.
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Newport, PA: Little Buffalo State Park is located at 1579 State Park Road. There are many family activities to do at this location to include hiking, hunting, boating, fishing, swimming and overnight campsites. There is a modern swimming pool with waterslides and ‘sprayground’ for the kids. Enjoy nearly 300 Acres of this park that is open to hunting, trapping and training of dogs. You will find a variety of game to include deer, turkey, rabbit and pheasant. For the boating and fishing enthusiasts, the 88 Acre lake is available for canoeing, row boating or peddle boats. Rentals are available. The lake is available for ice fishing and ice skating when conditions allow. Spend the weekend in a five person cottage that feature heat and electric or bring your camper! There are 40 sites available for hookup. There are a wide variety of environmental education programs to take advantage of as well.
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Liverpool, PA: Ferryboat Campsites is located at 32 Ferry Lane. There are a host of outdoor activities to enjoy here. There are 285 modern campsites amidst shade trees that overlook the Susquehanna River at one of its widest points. Amenities include boating, fishing, camping, water activities, pavilion game room, satellite TV, free Wi Fi, tables and fireplaces at each site, tube and kayak rentals, Sunday worship, free mini golf, Laundromat and so much more! The ferry operates daily from dawn to dusk. The Millersburg Ferryboats have been traveling back and forth from Millersburg to the campsite location since 1817. It is probably the oldest public transportation in the United States.
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