Enjoy visiting the different Pennsylvania towns and cities throughout the state on backyard vacations to the Pennsylvania mountains.
The following cities that begin with the letters “A” and “B” will introduce you to the various attractions that each town has to offer.
PA offers vacation fun all 4 seasons of the year, so learn about the town you will be visiting before you arrive.
Altoona has a famous rollercoaster located in Lakemont Park.
Stop by for a family fun day as you ride the rides, feed the ducks, and grab some pizza for lunch.
It’s also home to the Horseshoe Curve and Railroader’s Museum.
Two attractions that you won’t want to miss.
Get up close and personal with the trains on top of the mountain at the Curve.
Railroading history buffs will enjoy this city!
You can also take a tour of the Boyer Candy factory and pick up some famous mallow cups to take home with you – if they last that long!
You’ll find Allentown in southeastern PA. It offers a neat family friendly water park. Visit the Lehigh River in this city, too.
Mountain lovers can head to Andreas which is located in Pennsylvania’s Blue Mountain region.
Apollo is located in PA’s north west area while Archbald is located in the north east corner of the state.
Visit Pennsylvania Amish country, central PA, the Laurel Highlands area and more when you visit the state.
You’ll find the Pennsylvania Dutch area more laid back as you go back in time.
The central mountain region offers lots of outdoor beauty.
We have a good many state parks that offer swimming, boating and picnics.
Bushkill, in northeastern PA, offers visitors beautiful water falls. Bring a camera when you visit!
Bedford Springs Resort is a nice side trip if you’re getting on or off of the Turnpike.
You can also connect onto the turnpike in Breezewood. We love to eat at the Bob Evans there. It has a nice gift shop and country store located in the restaurant.
You’ll find that Pennsylvania definitely has some unique named cities and towns!
See and Explore
Have fun exploring what may become your new favorite area!