- 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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Mount Airy Performing Arts Center Inc features four dance studios with harlequin dance floors and two music studios. The center offers a variety of classes for music, dance, theater, and tumbling.
Located within Watkins Park, Mount Airy Dog Park provides a fenced canine recreation area with open grass fields. The park has separate areas for smaller dogs, waste receptacles, and a walking trail leading around the park.
Situated on 20 acres, Watkins Park features open green space alongside baseball and soccer fields as well as tennis and basketball courts. The park provides a children's playground, a skate park, walking paths, benches and a pavilion.
Wildwood Park & Lake Sanctuary includes a lake, nature center, several miles of nature trails and all kinds of plants and wildlife. They also host multiple special events every week that are both fun and educational.
Located in York, Pennsylvania, DreamWrights Youth & Family Theater offers a venue for young children to learn about the theater. Founded in 1997, the theater company features a number of family-friendly plays throughout the year.
The Wildwood Park contains the Benjamin Olewine III Nature center where children can climb a tree, read a nature story, and watch birds eat from bird feeders, and parents can shop at the gift store. The park also contains nature trails ranging from .25 miles to 3.1 miles.
Originally built as a fort on the bend of the river to provide protection during the French Indian Wars, Fort Hunter became an early community with a self-sufficient farm. Today, visitors can tour the restored mansion, and enjoy the wildlife in the area.