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PA Wolf Sanctuary

Pennsylvania’s Wolves

Whether you enjoy the traditional symbolism that the wolf represents or plan to take an educational excursion, the Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania is a great place to learn about the history of wolves in the Northeast. A nod to the past of this ferocious animal, as well as a place [read more…]

Lancaster County PA whoppie pies

Whoopie Pies – a Lancaster County Delicacy

One of Lancaster County’s best loved treats, the whoopie pie is a part of the area’s Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch heritage. The desserts are made more like sandwiches than pies with two round cakes and filling in the middle. They come in any imaginable flavor, too! Though the traditional pies [read more…]

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Top Five Hiking Trails in Lancaster County

There’s nothing like a trek through the cool woods on a hot summer day! The Lancaster County countryside offers an abundance of hiking trails and wooded picnic spots so that you can plan the perfect day. Grab lunch at the local farmer’s market or diner and put on your hiking [read more…]

Lancaster County PA Dairy farms

Lancaster County’s Top Five Ice Cream Shops

Summer is heating up so it’s time to think about cooling down–in the most delicious possible way, of course! Lancaster County is known for many things, including its rolling hills dotted with dairy farms that supply some of the best dairy products in the state. Isabella’s Ice Cream Parlor: The [read more…]

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Our 2015 Spring Photo Gallery

Spring is in full swing in Lancaster County PA and at our 14 member Bed and Breakfast Inns. Visit our new spring photo gallery to get a taste of the unique flavor that awaits you on your next visit. Spring is certainly one of the most pleasant times of the [read more…]

Lancaster PA summer craft shows

Summer Craft Shows

Nothing says summer in Lancaster County more than the local craft  and antique shows that spring up for a day or two in small towns. The streets are closed off and you can spend hours wandering from tent to tent viewing the rustic or unique crafts. The sounds, smells, and [read more…]