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Area Overview

The Susquehanna River Valley offers a wide variety of family fun, recreation, history & heritage, shopping, dining, arts & culture, wineries, festivals and events, scenic countrysides and quaint, historic towns to enjoy, explore and discover. Conveniently located in Central Pennsylvania, the Susquehanna River Valleys offers easy access to a wide variety of high-quality things to do at affordable prices. Our welcoming hospitality makes every feel "at home" while on vacation. We offer a wide variety of accommodations to meet all budgets.

Includes Cities/Towns: Beaver Springs, Beavertown, Coal Township, Dalmatia, Danville, Dornsife, Elysburg, Hartleton, Herndon, Klingerstown, Kulpmont, Laurelton, Leck Kill, Lewisburg, Locust Gap, Mc Clure, Middleburg, Mifflinburg, Millmont, Milton, Mount Carmel, Mount Pleasant Mills, Muncy, New Berlin, New Columbia, Northumberland, Paxinos, Port Trevorton, Rebuck, Richfield, Selinsgrove, Shamokin, Sunbury, Swengel, Turbotville, Watsontown, Weikert, West Milton, White Deer, Winfield.

Things to Do

Recreation & Fitness













Balloon Rides Daily by The U.S. Hot Air Balloon Team
321 Market Street, New Berlin, PA
800-763-5987
www.ushotairballoon.com
Hot Air Balloon rides over the beautiful Susquehanna River Valley, Sunrise and Sunset flights originate daily.

Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority
220 Brookpark Circle
Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-524-4774
www.bvrec.org
Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority (BVRA), owner of the Buffalo Valley Rail Trail, offers events, classes, and activities for the whole family, also at the Lewisburg Community Pool, Recreation Park, Summer Camp, Gymnastics Center, and more.

Canoe Susquehanna LLC
4989 Col. John Kelly Rd., Lewisburg, PA 17837
888-524-7692
www.PaddleHappy.com
Let us help you enjoy a recreational kayak trip on the scenic Susquehanna River. We provide everything you will need for a memorable adventure: expert and friendly guides, paddling equipment, shuttle, water, snacks, and digital pictures.

R. B. Winter State Park
17215 Buffalo Road, Mifflinburg, PA 17844
570-966-1455
R. B. Winter State Park covers 695 acres. The focal point of the park is Halfway Lake which is filled by spring-fed mountain streams and contained by a hand-laid, native sandstone dam. Open year-round, the park provides diverse opportunities for recreation. Seventeen miles west of Lewisburg on SR 192.

Shikellamy State Park
Bridge Avenue, Sunbury, PA 17801
570-988-5557
Also part of the complex are the Milton State Park and the Susquehanna State Park. The 82 acre Milton Park is located along Rt. 15 at West Milton, PA and the 20 acre Susquehanna Park, home of the Hiawatha paddleboat, is located at Reach Rd., Williamsport,PA.

Montour Preserve
700 Preserve Road, Danville, PA 17821
570-336-2060
http://montourpreserve.org/
The preserve offers a variety of educational and recreational opportunities, including hiking, nature trails, boating, fishing and cross country skiing. Over 200 different species of birds have been recorded at the preserve. Visitors Center on property as well as picnic tables and pavilions.

Merrill W. Linn Land & Waterway Conservancy
PO Box 501, Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-524-8666
http://linnconservancy.org/
The Conservancy works with land owners primarily in Union, upper Northumberland and Snyder counties to preserve the natural beauty and diversity of the region through partnerships with landowners and educational outreach. Various walking trails are maintained by the conservancy.

Campus Theatre
413 Market Street, Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-577-3456
www.campustheatre.org
Built in 1941, the Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg is an excellent example of art deco architecture. From its 16 foot murals to its etched glass doors, nearly all of the interior and exterior fixtures remain intact today. Open nightly, the theatre shows first-run, independent and classic films as well as specialized film festivals.

Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA
1150 North 4th Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
570-286-5636
www.gsvymca.org
The Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA, with locations in Sunbury, Milton and Union County, along with the Sunbury Arts Center is a membership organization with programs that focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Silver Sneakers Program.

Milton Public Library at Rose Hill
541 Broadway
Milton, PA 17847
570-742-7111
www.miltonpalibrary.org
Visit us at our new location - 541 Broadway, Milton. Borrow books, movies, audio books. Access the internet and computer usage. Check our outdoor movie schedule.

Union County Library System
255 Reitz Boulevard
Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-523-1172
www.unioncountylibrarysystem.com
Free, public access to reading and research resources in a wide variety of formats for all ages. Internet access, Wi-Fi and meeting rooms available for free. Special and ongoing programs. Three system library locations - Lewisburg, Mifflinburg, and Laurelton

Cultural Activities





Arts and culture thrive in the Susquehanna River Valley! Discover Art Deco and Victorian architecture, concerts-in-the-park, murals, galleries, museums, musical performances, wineries and so much more. To see current exhibitions and art-related happenings, visit our calendar of events page. www.VisitCentralPA.org

Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble
226 Center Street
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
800-282-0283
Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble is celebrating 35 years of bringing live, professional theatre to our community. For more information,please visit our website at www.BTE.org

Brushstrokes Gallery Art Supplies and Framing
340 Market Street
Lewisburg, PA 17837
(570) 523-7911
A real art store. Knowledgeable and friendly staff. Beginner to professional. Since 1989.

Buffalo Valley Singers
1050 Buffalo Rd.
Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-286-9559
The 70+ members of the Buffalo Valley Singers from a four-county area perform a wide range of musical styles during two seasons, September to December for a Christmas concert and January to May for two spring concerts. Committed to community service, BVS participates in the Lights of Love ceremony and a spring memorial service for the Evangelical Hospice program. An ensemble group and a quartet perform in community and other special events upon request.

Campus Theatre
413 Market Street
Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-577-3456
Built in 1941, the Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg is an excellent example of art deco architecture. From its 16 foot murals to its etched glass doors, nearly all of the interior and exterior fixtures remain intact today. Open nightly, the theatre shows first-run, independent and classic films as well as specialized film festivals.


Community Arts Center
220 West Fourth Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
570-326-2424
The Community Arts Center is dedicated to artistic excellence and providing Williamsport, PA and the surrounding areas with professional performing arts. Take in one of our inspiring arts programs, ranging from music to dance to comedy to Broadway theater.

Community Theatre League
100 West Third Street
Williamsport,PA 17701
570-327-1720
The Community Theatre League is North Central PA's #1 theatre for the community, BY the community offering an extensive line-up of live theater productions which include full-length musicals and plays, children's shows, and student productions, as well as concerts featuring local bands, vocal groups, and instrumental ensembles.

Elias Church/ Elias Center for the Perfoming Arts
212-214 South Fifth Street
Mifflinburg, PA 17844
570-966-0888
The Elias Church was build in 1806 and served both the German Reformed and Lutheran congregation until 1857. Restoration of the church began in 2005 and has been restored to its original state: featuring a wine glass pulpit, arched LeigenderStuhl trusses, original plank flooring, curved ceiling and three sided gallery. Now open as a performing arts venue; come enjoy music, theatre, children's and educational programs.

Lewisburg Arts Council
PO Box 418
Lewisburg, PA 17837
(570) 524-5221
Sponsor of the annual Lewisburg Arts Festival.

Millbrook Playhouse, Inc.
258 Country Club Lane
Mill Hall, PA 17751
570-748-8083
A Professional Summer Theatre located in Central PA with over 17,000 visitors a year. Established in 1963, this season the theatre will include a mix of classics along with new premiers at Millbrook from musicals to comedies that are great for all ages.

Exchange, The
24 East Main Street
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
570-317-2596
Visit the Stairwell Gallery. Shows feature works by artists of all ages and levels of experience from throughout the Susquehanna Valley. Other exchange programs include the annual Destination Blues Music Festival and the Art Cart

Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art
176 Water Company Road, PO Box 33
Millersburg, PA 17061
(717) 692-3699
The Center in Millersburg, Pennsylvania was built to house the center's collection of hundreds of original works. It also showcases works of contemporary artists from around the country. The Center's lands offer a tranquil outdoor experience on more than 500 contiguous acres of rustic beauty.

Northumberland County Council for the Arts & Humanities
PO Box 472
Shamokin, PA 17872
570 -850-9121
The NCAH is established to enhance the quality of life, economic development and tourism in Northumberland and surrounding counties through promotion of the arts for all age groups by offering cultural and educational programs and exhibits.

Open Door Gallery
430 Market St.
Lewisburg, PA 17837
(570) 524-7904
Custom framing, restoration services for frames, photos and paintings.

Penns Creek Pottery
30 Pottery Lane
Mifflinburg, PA 17844
(570) 837-3809
"Shop for quality pottery in a historic setting on Penns Creek".

Samek Art Museum
Elaine Langone Center
Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-577-3213
The galleries are a program of Bucknell University that create meaningful encounters between artists, students, scholars, the public and works of art. Two gallery locations: Samek Art Museum - 3rd fl. Elaine Langone Center, Bucknell University, and Downtown Art Gallery - 416 Market St., Lewisburg.

Susquehanna Valley Chorale
PO Box 172
Lewisburg, PA 17837
(570) 547-0455
Nearly one-hundred singers perform major choral works in concerts throughout the year in the Susquehanna Valley.

Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell University
1 Dent Drive
Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-577-1000
Professional and campus music, dance, and theatre events, as well as lectures, convocations, and other functions are held in the 1,200 seat Weis Center, an architecturally striking and acoustically exceptional performance hall. Annual series includes 30+ professional performances including world music, jazz, modern dance, classical, and a Family Discovery Series.

Williamsport Symphony Orchestra
220 West 4th Street, 3rd floor
Williamsport, PA 17701
570-322-0227
Come hear the jewel of downtown Williamsport! Under the direction of Maestro Gerardo Edelstein, the WSO is a professional regional symphony orchestra with performances that cater to any musical taste.

Attractions






River Rat Brew Trail
If you love the great outdoors and enjoy tasting local craft brews, the River Rat Brew Trail in the Susquehanna Valley is the place to be. Plan your weekend escape to the Valley, bring your friends, and visit our handpicked selection of breweries. Check out your favorite local attractions and take home memories that will make you want to come back for more!
www.riverratbrewtrail.com

Bull Run Tap House & Brewery
605 Market St., Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-524-2572
www.facebook.com/TheBullRunTapHouse
A Lewisburg and Bucknell tradition since 1972, the Bull Run Tap House offers patrons a wide variety of delicious entrees and sandwiches, not to mention the largest selection of beer in the Susquehanna River Valley! Enjoy a leisurely lunch, dinner or cocktail on our patio, in our non-smoking dining room or at the bar. Open seven days a week.

Covered Bridge Brewhaus
506 N. 8th St., Shamokin, PA 17872
570-672-1283
www.facebook.com/cbbhaus/?fref=ts
The Covered Bridge Brewhaus offers a cozy atmosphere where you'll meet old friends and make new ones. Each beer is hand-crafted by brewmaster Eric Kuijpers with meticulous care in small, 120-gallon, direct fire batches staying true to the Old World style of his European heritage, but with a unique American twist. Unique brews include Witbier with rhubarb and strawberries; Tripel with cherries; Belgian Strong Dark Ale with cookie spices, Pumpkin ale, plus Coconut portner, IPA and Belgian wit.

Marzoni's Brick Oven & Brewery
834 North Susquehanna Trail, Selingrove, PA 17870
570-372-1512
http://marzonis.com/
Brewpub with a mix of Italian and American fare. Brick-oven pies plus house lagers and ales.

Rusty Rail Brewing Company
5 North Eighth Street, Suite 1, Mifflinburg, PA 17844
570-966-7878
www.rustyrailbrewing.com
Rusty Rail Brewing Company creates a unique dining experience through fresh food and the finest craft beers. This commitment to quality ingredients, paired with a passion for excellent customer service results in an unforgettable destination.

Selin's Grove Brewing Company
121 North Market St., Selingrove, PA 17870
570-374-7308
www.selinsgrovebrewing.com
Located in the heart of Pennsylvania's Susquehanna Valley, this small brewery opening its doors in 1996 and has been known as the "Pub" to locals ever since. At this neighborhood brewpub you can sample a variety of well rated premise made beers, local PA draft ciders, and PA wines. Serving a small but hearty menu with emphasis on healthy and local sourced. Family friendly; you'll find board games, a pleasant shaded beer garden and quaint downtown. Housed in the historic stone Governor Snyder Mansion completed in 1816. Open Wednesday-Sunday at 11am (Closed Monday and Tuesday plus various holidays - check website)

Smiling Chameleon Draft House
235 Market St., Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-523-7777
www.smilingchameleon.com
Gastro Pub with craft draft (30 on tap). Freshly prepared food from local farms and gardens. In-house smoked chicken, turkey and salmon. Table side guacamole prepared just for you. Live music every Thursday.

Three Beards Brewing at Spyglass Ridge
105 Carroll Road, Sunbury, PA 17801
570-286-9911
Opening in Summer 2016, on the grounds of Spyglass Ridge Winery. Three Beards Brewing will offer a variety of award-winning and truly unique craft beers, local music and brick oven pub food.

Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail
16140 Route 104, Middleburg, PA 17842
570-837-3644
www.pawinetrail.com
Promotes wineries and local attractions of Central Pennsylvania. Every March visitors and local residents can purchase a ticket to the Susquehanna Wine Trail featuring great food and wine at the 10 wineries of the wine trail. A great way for local residents and visitors to enjoy the Susquehanna River Valley region!

Fero Vineyards and Winery
965 JPM Road, Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-568-0846
www.ferovineyards.com
We are a modern vineyard and winery .5 miles off of Route 15; featuring unique fine dry wines along with a line of sweet wines all grown and produced in Pennsylvania. Our lovely event room is available for business meetings, private parties or to just enjoy some wine.

Four Friends Vineyard & Winery
574 Cemetery Hill Rd., Montgomery, PA 17752
570-547-0881
www.fourfriendsvineyard.com
Wine for all occasions. Come relax on the deck overlooking the Susquehanna River Valley.

Shade Mountain Winery
16140 Route 104, Middleburg, PA 17842
570-837-3644
www.shademountainwinery.com
Shade Mountain is a family-owned and operated 65 acre vineyard with more than 30 varieties of grapes from which we make our award-winning wines. Daily free wine tastings.

Spyglass Ridge Winery
105 Carroll Road, Sunbury, PA 17801
570-286-9911
www.spyglassridgewinery.com
A winery housed in a renovated 1814 Bank Barn. We sell wine and wine related gifts. The winery can be rented for weddings, private parties and business meetings. We have many special events.

Whispering Oaks Vineyard
1306 State Route 61, Sunbury, PA 17801
844-968-9463
www.whisperingoaksvineyardpa.com
Opening in spring of 2016, our family owned and operated vineyard, winery, tasting room and event venue will offer a variety of delicious wines; breathtaking views and indoor accommodations for up to 300 guests.

Winery at Hunters Valley, The
3 Orchard Road, Liverpool, PA 17045
717-444-7211
www.huntersvalleywines.com
The Winery at Hunters Valley offers a friendly, casual atmosphere where friends and family can gather to enjoy great times, great wines and a spectacular view.

Montour Preserve
700 Preserve Road, Danville, PA 17821
570-336-2060
www.montourpreserve.org
The preserve offers a variety of educational and recreational opportunities, including over ten miles of hiking trails, nature trails, fossil pit, children’s play areas, boating and fishing on the 165-acre lake, and cross country skiing. Over 200 different species of birds have been recorded at the preserve. Visitors Center on property as well as picnic tables and pavilions.

Shikellamy State Park and Lake Augusta
Bridge Avenue
Sunbury, PA 17801-1005
570-988-5557
www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/shikellamy/index.htm
The 54-acre Shikellamy Marina is on the southern tip of Packers Island at the confluence of the West Branch and North Branch Susquehanna River and offers hiking and biking trails, a marina and boat launch. Boating on a portion of the Susquehanna River, known as Lake Augusta, a 3,060-acre lake formed by the world’s largest inflatable dam that is two miles downstream from the park. The seasonal lake averages six feet in depth and is a popular water-skiing area. The 78-acre Shikellamy Overlook is on the western shore of the Susquehanna River. A 360-foot cliff overlooks the confluence of the branches of the Susquehanna River. The overlook is closed in the winter season.

Walker Lake
For fishing and boating (electric motors only), the 239-acre Walker Lake near Troxelville in western Snyder County, is excellent. The lake and shoreline are owned and managed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Current species include northern pike, largemouth bass, walleye, black crappie, and bluegill. Fishing is also popular at nearby Faylor Lake, a 140-acre resource near Beaver Springs.


R. B. Winter State Park
17215 Buffalo Road, Mifflinburg, PA 17844
570-966-1455
www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/raymondbwinter/index.htm
R. B. Winter State Park covers 695 acres. The focal point of the park is Halfway Lake which is filled by spring-fed mountain streams and contained by a hand-laid, native sandstone dam. Open year-round, the park provides diverse opportunities for recreation. Seventeen miles west of Lewisburg on SR 192.

Milton State Park
Route 642
Milton, PA 17847
570-988-5557
www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/milton/index.htm
Milton State Park is an 82-acre island on the West Branch Susquehanna River, between the boroughs of Milton and West Milton. The northern half of the park has day use facilities and the southern half remains in a wooded state for hiking and nature study.

Dale/Engle/Walker House
1471 Strawbridge Road, Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-522-0487
www.UnionCountyHistoricalSociety.org
Dale-Engle-Walker House is a 1793 Georgian limestone house built by Samuel Dale, a Scot-Irish immigrant who served under George Washington at the Battle of Princeton in the American Revolution. This is reminiscent of the times and has ties to slavery and the Underground Railroad. The house offers three stations one can experience as they visit the property.

Fort Augusta Museum
1150 North Front Street, Sunbury, PA 17801
570-286-4083
www.northumberlandcountyhistoricalsociety.org
Fort Augusta served as PA's stronghold to the upper Susquehanna River Valley from the days of the French and Indian Wars to the close of the American Revolution. This museum features artifacts recovered during various archaeological digs on the site, and extensive historical and genealogical library. Two fort features, the well and the powder magazine, remain on the grounds. Discover the 1/6 scale model of Old Fort Augusta built in 1756. Visit the museum of historical and archeological artifacts on display from Northumberland County and research your roots at our extensive genealogical library.

Friends of Joseph Priestley House Museum
472 Priestley Ave., Northumberland, PA 17857
570-473-9474
www.josephpriestleyhouse.org
Joseph Priestley House is a National Historic Chemical Landmark where visitors can investigate the ideas and contributions to American history of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), noted English theologian, educator, natural philosopher and political theorist.

Gutelius House Museum
432 Green Street, Mifflinburg, PA 17844
570-966-4150
www.guteliushousemuseum.org
This log house (c.1803) was the home of Frederick and Anna Gutelius and their fifteen children. Frederick was a blacksmith, surveyor, Union County Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, and a founder of the Reformed Church.

Lycoming County Historical Society Taber Museum
858 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, PA 17701
570-326-3326
www.tabermuseum.org
The Thomas T. Taber Museum chronicles the history of our region from American Indian occupation through 20th Century industry and life.


Mifflinburg Buggy Museum
598 Green St., Mifflinburg, PA 17844
570-966-1355
www.buggymuseum.org
The Mifflinburg Buggy Museum preserves the only intact 19th century carriage factory in the United States. The complex includes a historic buggy maker's home, buggy showroom, and modern visitor center. The visitor center has permanent and changing exhibits, hands on work bench and videos.

Muncy Historical Society
40 North Main St., Muncy, PA 17756
570-546-5917
www.muncyhistoricalsociety.org
MHS’s year-round calendar of events includes art shows and quilt exhibits, lectures and workshops, museum and local history tours. In addition to our museum/research library, MHS maintains the Heritage Park & Nature Trail, the ecologically and culturally rich property featuring portions of the once-vital West Branch Canal, views of the site of the "Last Raft" tragedy, and river-to-park access; and Muncy's Walking and Heritage Quilt Trail.

Packwood House Museum
15 North Water St., Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-524-0323
http://packwoodhousemuseum.com/
The historic Packwood House Museum is one of the area's hidden treasures. It is open for guided tours and features two major exhibits each year, plus a wide range of other programs.

Peter Herdic Transportation Museum
810 Nichols Place, Williamsport, PA 17701
800-248-9287
http://www.phtm.org/
Discover the rivers, rails and roads that made the Susquehanna River Valley successful at the turn of the century. The newly renovated 1949 PA Pullman Parlor Car is available for tours and rental.

Slifer House Museum
80 Magnolia Drive, Lewisburg, PA 17837
570-524-2245
www.SliferHouse.org
The Slifer House Museum is a grand Tuscan style mansion designed by Philadelphia architect Samuel Sloan in 1860 for Eli Slifer, secretary of Pennsylvania during the Civil War. The museum offers guided tours and special programs throughout the year.

Knoebels Amusement Resort
391 Knoebels Boulevard (Route 487), Elysburg, PA 17824
800-ITS-4FUN
www.knoebels.com
America's largest free-admission amusement park and also offers free parking, free daily entertainment and free picnic facilities. Take a dip in its 900,000 gallon Crystal Pool filled with refreshing mountain stream water. The pool area includes watersides, diving boards and a play area just for young children. Stay overnight at one of two campgrounds that include cabins and over 800 campsites. In addition to over 60 rides, award winning food, swimming, games, miniature golf and gift shops, visitors can add a round of golf at Knoebels Three Ponds Golf Club right next door to the park.

Clyde Peeling's Reptiland
18628 US Rt. 15, Allenwood, PA 17810
570-538-1869
www.reptiland.com
Clyde Peeling's Reptiland is a world-class zoo specializing in reptiles and amphibians from around the world! Enjoy modern indoor exhibits of over 40 species year-round. During warmer months, experience life-size animatronic dinosaurs and hundreds of colorful parakeets with our seasonal exhibits. Stunning naturalistic habitats, fun interactive exhibits, live shows, and hands-on animal encounters make Reptiland an educational adventure for the whole family!

Lake Tobias Wildlife Park
760 Tobias Road, Halifax, PA 17032
717-362-9126
www.laketobias.com
Experience the wild with hundreds of animals from around the world. Guided Safari Tours take you over 150 acres of rolling hills with herds of animals and flightless birds. Encounter the exotic in the zoo exhibits and the new Reptiles & Exotic facility. Visit friendly creatures in the Petting Zoo.

Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park
222 Penns Cave Road, Centre Hall, PA 16828
814-364-1664
www.pennscave.com
America's only all-water cavern and wildlife park. Glide through our all-water limestone cavern on the tour, given entirely by boat. Take a ride on the wild side through the farm, nature, and wildlife park tour
Reserve a ride traveling from the cave rock to the mountaintop on the Cave Rock Mountain off-road adventure Jeep tour.

T & D's Cats of the World
PO Box 186, Mountain Rd., Penns Creek, PA 17862
570-837-3377
www.TDSCats.com
Visit over 200 rescued wild animals including 50 felines (lions, tigers, cougars, leopards, bobcats, servals). Bears, monkeys, fox, and more. Stroll through 35 acres to view the animals in spacious enclosures.

Transportation



Bus Service
Susquehanna Trailways
56 E. Third Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
570-322-5361 or 1-800-692-6314
www.susquehannabus.com
Daily service from Williamsport to Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Elmira and New York City. Charters and tours also available.

Airports
Penn Valley Airport
Selinsgrove
570-374-7708
15 minutes from Visitor Center
Small, private planes
Commuter flights via Pittsburgh & Philadelphia

Williamsport Regional Airport
570-368-2417
½ hour from Visitor Center
Domestic & International Flights

Harrisburg International Airport
toll-free: (888) HIA-JETS (442-5387)
local: (717) 948-3900

Heritage Aviation LLC
100 Airport Road
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
570-374-7671
Featuring charter operations, scenic flights over the Susquehanna River Valley, flying lessons, aircraft rentals, sales, maintenance and servicing. Avis rental cars, and world class customer care. Where you can always fly with friends!

Limousine Service
Susquehanna Valley Limousine Inc.
2225 Ridge Road
Northumberland, PA 17857
570-473-8833
Area's most diverse passenger transportation company. Providing full service to all major airports, cruiseports in PA and surrounding states. We also specialize in weddings, wine tours, nights out and NYC trips in vehicles from 1-32 passengers.

Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall


 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 January  18.2  26.2  34.3  2.9 "
 February  20.3  29.3  38.3  2.5 "
 March  27.4  37.6  47.7  3.2 "
 April  37.6  49.3  60.9  3.6 "
 May  46.9  58.9  71.0  3.8 "
 June  57.0  68.3  79.5  4.5 "
 July  61.4  72.5  83.5  4.0 "
 August  59.5  70.6  81.7  3.8 "
 September  52.2  63.2  74.3  4.2 "
 October  40.4  51.6  62.8  3.5 "
 November  32.1  41.3  50.5  3.6 "
 December  23.4  31.2  39.0  3.0 "

Best Time To Go:

Summer and fall.

Whether it’s spring, summer, fall, or winter, the natural beauty of the Susquehanna River Valley is sure to inspire you to take in the great outdoors. Central PA has cold winters with moderate snowfall amounts. Spring in PA tends to be cold and rainy in March and April. May brings much better weather with mild temperatures and a lot more sunshine. Summer in central PA is very pleasant, with many days that are warm without being uncomfortably hot. Autumn is generally delightful especially in the early months. September and October bring lots of perfect sunny days and mild temperatures, with beautiful fall foliage. Leaves turn brilliant colors in October.

Accommodations


The region has lodging options for every taste and budget -- including boutique bed and breakfasts, historic inns, nationally-branded hotels and motels, and a variety of campgrounds, cottages and cabins.

Costs

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