This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PA Tourism. All opinions are 100% mine.
It’s summer and prime time for family road trips–new scenery, historic landmarks, gas station snacks and lots of music!
Some of my fondest family memories are the roadtrips I’ve taken and my favorite by far is a trip I made to Pennsylvania when I was in high school.
We visited Dutch Country where we shopped in Bird in Hand, drove through beautiful landscapes and ate in a family style restaurant with 20 strangers at our table.
I also remember Hershey, Pennsylvania–a whole park devoted to chocolate? What’s not to love?
If you’re planning a roadtrip this summer, check out this really neat planning tool: pa-roadtrips from Pennsylvania Tourism.
The Roadtrip-a-Matic has dozens of ready-to-go roadtrips including outdoor experiences, historic landmarks and quaint small towns.
This super easy-to-use tool has maps, directions and everything you need to know when planning your trip: where to eat, what to see and where to stay.
I don’t know if we’ll be able to take the family any time soon, but I would love for them to see Hershey and Dutch Country.
Even if you aren’t planning a trip, this would be a really great tool to teach your kids about Pennsylvania.
Check out the site and let me know where you’d like to go. Here’s to road trips!
I also love PA and just made a trip there about two weeks ago (where I grew up and to see family)
Yay! I love PA! My dad was from Lebanon Co. and we would visit every year. Hershey Park was one of our annual traditions, as well as Roadside America, Dutch Wonderland, etc. We are taking our kids there this winter and I’m definitely checking out this site! Thanks!
Fantastic! I live in PA and love to take the family to explore our great state. This will help!