- TripBuzz found 72 things to do with kids in or near Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, including 59 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gettysburg, Hagerstown, Emmitsburg and Shippensburg.
- From Lincoln Lanes Bowling Center to Red Bridge Roller Rink, the Chambersburg area offers 73 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Swimming Pool and Amusement Parks (All Ages).
- Chambersburg is roughly an hour drive southwest of Harrisburg. The town was originally founded in the 1730s, and it still contains many historic buildings and sites like the Old Jail that was built in 1818. A wide range of outdoor recreational activities are available as well due to the town's close proximity to Caledonia State Park.
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Local organic foods are grown at the Patowmack Farm. In addition to the produce itself, they feature a gourmet restaurant that cooks the seasonal foods that are grown on the farm for visitors.
The historic Jefferson County Museum is a museum that offers free admission to patrons of the Charles Town Library. The museum carries information on historical events that happened in the county, such as the hanging of John Brown in 1859.
Best know for a public swimming pool, Jefferson County Memorial Park is a leisure park that also has two basketball courts, two playgrounds, and four pavilions that are available for rent. The park also has a .7-mile walking trail.
Situated on an actual island in the middle of the river, the City Island Railroad & Carousel are attractions within the park on the island. The railroad is a small child-friendly train that slowly runs through the area, and the classic carousel is adjacent to the train.
The 120-passenger stern driven paddle wheel riverboat known as the Pride of the Susquehanna offers rides on the Susquehanna River. The riverboat is decorated like a 1800s riverboat inside and can be rented for weddings, parties, business functions, and dinner cruises.
Beginning at the Walnut Street Bridge, the River Front Park trail in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania descends to the path's River Walk pathway. Toward the end of the 2.5 mile walk, the trail ascends and makes a loop back to the bridge.
Metro Bank Park is located on City Island, and is the home field for the Harrisburg Senators. The island also contains a playground, outdoor fitness area, replica trading post, arcade, steam trains, carriages, and a beach.
The State Museum of Pennsylvania has over 4,000,000 objects related to life in Pennsylvania since the beginning of time. Areas of the museum include archaeology, community life, domestic life, fine arts, industry, technology, military history, paleontology, geology, popular culture, political history, zoology, …