Jack Frost rocks by day, Big Boulder goes day and night. Let’s take a tour.
Niagara Falls is less than eight hours away. Leave the western suburbs in the morning, be there by happy hour.
So, what do we find at Fernwood, a resort that traces its history for generations of Philadelphia area families to 1920? Here’s a guide.
Less than a tank of gas and seven hours from home, the Rideau Canal connects lakes and villages by a series of locks, so it’s possible to take a trailer or rental boat from lake to lake for prime bass fishing or nature cruising.
The guns of winter – the ones that lay down light powdery snow on the Pocono Mountain slopes are firing away at Jack Frost Mountain.
There is so much more to do in the Pocono Mountains at resorts like Camelback than just skiing! The area offers fun for the entire family year-round, from fall foliage to stock car racing.
In this dog-eat-dog world, you and your favorite furry friend need time to take a breather, bond together and enjoy a little playtime. Luckily, the Philadelphia area is the place to be for a host of heavenly doggy day trips.
While the drive from Philadelphia to Little Tinicum Island, in Delaware County, takes only 30 minutes, it provides travelers with hundreds of points of interest.
Ranked as the second best beach in the United States and ninth in the world by Trip Advisor in 2011, Cape May is the country’s oldest seaside resort. Expect a solid crowd and a great time on a weekend getaway to Cape May.
Pointing out all the attractions of the Jersey Shore is an exercise in the obvious. A bustling vacation destination since the 1800s, the Jersey Shore attracts millions of families, couples and young singles annually for its spectacular 127 miles of Atlantic Ocean shoreline. It’s Atlantic and Cape May counties that really draw in the locals though. Every summer, the Atlantic City Expressway and Garden State Parkway become bottlenecked with Pennsylvanians and New Yorkers heading toward beaches, bays, bars and boardwalks. From Sandy Hook to historic Cape May, “shoobies” go “down the shore” for sand, surf, sun and fun that only the Shore’s hotels, casinos, souvenir shops, restaurants, amusement parks and wet entertainment can deliver.