Points of Interest
A 2338-acre full service park, is in northern York County along PA 177 between the towns of Rossville and Lewisberry. The park consists of reverting farm fields and wooded hillsides with the 340-acre Pinchot Lake serving as a prime attraction.
For over 50 years, Ski Roundtop Mountain has provided the premiere ski experience in the Pennsylvania Capitol Region. With year-round offerings spanning from paintball to summer cams, from zip lines to zorbing in our OGO Balls, there is plenty to do for everyone.
A great, family-friendly mini-golf course with great challenges, and lots of fun to be had over and over! Affordable, and some good old fashioned mini-golf.
One of the Harrisburg area’s finest co-ops located in the heart of South Central Pennsylvania. Take a walk down memory lane as you preview the treasures of 30 plus antique-collectible dealers and craft vendors.
Formerly Susquehanna Speedway, BAPS speedway is a 4/10 mile track for fans of racing. This track has undergone several renovations and has a fantastic aesthetic for fans of racing. If you feel the need for speed, you need to visit BAPS Speedway.
Park near the train tracks, and the ghost children from a doomed school bus may push you away! Locals insist the bus tragedy never happened. Illusion or baffling anomaly — you decide. Put your car in neutral and watch it roll backwards.
A picturesque farm nestled in the rolling hills of Lewisberry in Northern York county, this 70 acre farm features a beautiful 5 acre natural pond, endless pastures and a country setting. A perfect place to get your wedding photographs taken.
A lush family run farm located quaintly on a no outlet lane. Chock full of family-friendly fun, this is a perfect place to (and is best-known for) pick your own strawberries, or to purchase pre-picked berries. Visitors can also pick through a variety of other fresh garden fruits and vegetables such as lettuce, onions, asparagus, and rhubarb. Last, but not the least, do not miss the chocolate covered strawberries and the ice-cream shop.
Situated in the heart of the York county near the midpoint of Harrisburg and York, Valley green Golf is nestled at the heart of an area known as Red land (for the distinctive color of much of the area’s farm land soil). The land was part of the William Penn land grant settlements from the early 1700’s. Quakers, then Germans settled into the area to clear and farm the land. Later gristmills were built to provide food for the settlers and their livestock supplying the local communities and Baltimore markets. The red land area provided a means to grow food for daily necessities and a few pleasantries, such as, cigars and home made spirits. Valley green golf course began life as a 9 hole northeast style golf course in the early 1960’s. Today, it continues to be a popular spot for visitors.
308 Market Steet
PO Box 186
Lewisberry, PA 17339