York, Pennsylvania is filled with historical landmarks from the 18th century, and architecturally distinct Victorian homes. It was also our nation's first capital, and the birthplace of the Articles of Confederation. With several museums, and performing arts organizations, York offers a rich and unique cultural base for travelers.
York County Heritage Rail Trail is just one of eight county parks in the area. The trail extends for twenty miles through York County, connecting York with Maryland's Northern Central Railroad Trail. Ski in the winter at Avalanche Xpress and camp in the summer at one of the many campgrounds including Indian Rock Campground, centrally located near the Rail Trail.
Whether you're shopping for rare finds at one of the antique centers or taking the kids to the Youth and Family Theater, York is a destination for taking a step back and relaxing in the Pennsylvania countryside.