- Our list of the best things to do in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, features the top 35 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bloomsburg, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 14 things to do within the city of Bloomsburg, PA , followed by 21 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lewisburg, Hazleton, Benton, Danville and Selinsgrove
Rather than a winter wonderland, Sno Cove is actually the large outdoor waterpark for Montage Mountain. It features a wave pool, lazy river, regulation size volleyball court, and the only 50mph zipline adventure in the area.
Montage Mountain is a full-service ski resort and lodge in Scranton. The resort offers lodging, ski and snowboard lessons, snow tubing and skiing trails, equipment rentals and a water park in the summer season.
A facility made for paintballing, Skirmish USA offers days for discounts, combo adventures with different activities such as white water rafting, and night plays. Open year round with lodging available, making reservations is recommended.
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1000 Montage Mountain Road, Scranton, PA 18505 MoreLess Info
A stadium with a capacity of 18,000, including 7,000 seats and 10,500 on the lawn, Pavilion At Montage Mountain is a huge venue for music and festivals. There have food and drink vendors with normal concert prices.
115 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 48% Off VIP Wine-Tasting Package at West Hanover Winery
7646 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, PA 17112 MoreLess Info
With West Hanover Winery, visitors can sample up to 20 wines and keep the glass bottle from the tasting. The owner regularly chats with visitors and gives them a behind the scene look at the wine making process.
Representing the history of the early iron industry in America are the Historic Scranton Iron Furnaces. Situated in a beautiful historic park setting the furnaces are open to the public for viewing and are accessible by trolley or car.
At the Lackawanna County Coal Mine, visitors can enter an anthracite coal mine by riding cars into the mine. Once at the bottom, visitors walk about a half mile to learn about coal mining, before riding the cars back to the surface.
The Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum tells the story of the settlers that came to America from 23 countries to work in the mines and textile factories through exhibits, vehicles, photographs, tools, and archival records. Visitors can also see a coalmine car, a locomotive, and a sculpture depicting a trap…