Attractions & Things To Do in Hershey, Harrisburg, & Nearby

Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center

455 Camp Road, Stevens, PA  17578, 888-353-1490

The Refreshing Mountain Ziplines are a great outdoor adventure activity for your group or family. With two courses to choose from we have options for all skill and thrill levels. We have much more to do with outdoor team building activities, overnight cabin rentals, community pool and much more!  Visit website

Strasburg Rail Road

301 Gap Road (Route 741), Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572, 866-725-9666

Steam through Amish Country. Enjoy a 45-minute ride to Paradise and back aboard America's oldest short-line railroad on an authentic steam train. At the historic station, enjoy unique shops to commemorate your visit, dining opportunities both onboard the train and at the station, and other Fun Extras.  All Aboard!  Visit website

Challenge Family Fun Center

366 Middletown Road, Hummelstown, PA 17036, 717-566-6322

3 Miles West of Hershey off Rt. 322 at the entrance to Indian Echo Caverns. 22 holes of beautifully landscaped miniature golf; indoor batting cages; miniature bowling (duckpins); arcade with great redemption prizes, pool table, Skeeball and a restaurant / ice cream parlor featuring freshly made menu items and indoor / outdoor seating. Group rates. Party packages. Visit website

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm – Fun on the Farm

150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, PA 17572, 866-546-1799

Join over a million adventurers. Over 50 Farm Fun Activities for all ages. Home of the Amazing Maize Maze. Entertain family and friends as you visit our farm animal center, singing chicken show, pedal karts, pumpkin slinger, guided wagon tour, and more. See you at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm.

Mennonite Information Center

2209 Millstream Rd. (off Rt. 30), Lancaster, PA 17602, 717-299-0954

We interpret Amish and Mennonite beliefs, lifestyle, and culture. "Who are the Amish" is a multi-media program on the Amish culture. Our Mennonite tour guides offer back country tours of Lancaster County, including Amish and Mennonite shops and farms. Also, home of the Biblical Tabernacle. learn more at

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