Pennsylvania is home to all kinds of beautiful campgrounds where you can enjoy the scenery, swim and fish, hike—no matter what you’re looking to do on your camping trip, you can do it at one of these beautiful Pennsylvania campgrounds!
One of the best campgrounds in Pennsylvania is Ravensburg State Park, a pet-friendly spot where you and your furry best friend can splash through the water of Rauchtown Creek. Fowlers Hollow State Park is also pet-friendly and features plenty of amenities like flush toilets.
If you’re looking for great hiking and beautiful views from the top of a mountain, PA has you covered. Colton Point State Park overlooks a massive, lush valley, and Sara’s Campground in Erie sits right on Lake Erie, so you can get a perfect spot right on the beach by the lake.
Other great campgrounds that don’t require reservations are Riverside Campground in Montgomery, Penn-Roosevelt State Park in Huntingdon, and Patterson State Park in Coudersport. All of these offer beautiful waterfront views, provide modern bathrooms and other amenities, and secluded camping environments.
For camping tips and tricks like road trip safety, how to pack camping supplies in your car, and ideas for traveling with kids, just give us a call at H&H Chevrolet!
If you’re looking for something fun, educational, and full of delicious food to do this summer, look no further than the many ethnic festivals in Pennsylvania. Celebrating a wide range of cultures and traditions, these festivals reflect the diversity of our great state.
Three festivals are going on just this weekend, so you have to decide fast! The Mother of Divine Grace Italian Festival in Philadelphia, the Erie Pangryi Greek Festival in Erie, and the PDCD Italian StrEAT festival will all take place from July 8th to the 9th or 10th.
The weekend after that, the Berks Celtic Festival, day-long festival featuring live entertainment and authentic food, is coming up in Sinking Spring. Then check out the Himalayan Festival in Harrisburg, where you can watch Himalayan artists and musicians compete in a variety of contests from beauty pageants to film competitions.
The Hanover Dutch Festival will take place on July 29 and feature more than 300 vendors. A few festivals will take place in September too, like the Cambria City Ethnic Festival for East European culture, the Pittsburgh Lebanese Festival, and the Celtic Classic Highland Games & Festival.
For more information about Pennsylvania’s many summer festivals or to find your perfect road trip car, give us a call at H&H Cadillac today.
The new website for H&H Cadillac is up, and it’s easier to use than ever. The website is clean and simple to navigate, so whether you’re computer savvy or tech averse, you can use our site with ease—and if you’d rather call in, the phone numbers for our sales and service departments are right at the top of the page.
The first thing you’ll see is the menu bar at the top, which has all kinds of helpful links. Under “New” you can shop our new inventory, see our showroom, and get a quote, while the “Pre-Owned” tab links to our used and CPO inventory and even an article about the meaning of certified pre-owned.
The “Finance” and “Service” dropdown menus have both dealer-specific information on how to get service or finance a vehicle through us and general information where you can learn about the ins and outs of financing, how often you should get different kinds of maintenance for your car, and much more.
Underneath the menu you can see some of our most popular vehicles and go directly to the inventory or scroll down and search a specific make and model year. Keep scrolling down for more information on Cadillac parts and service, accessories, and hours and location information.
With our new, easy-to-use website, we can serve the residents of Shippensburg and the surrounding areas better than ever.
At H&H Chevrolet, we’re proud to serve some of the most historic, friendly towns in the Cumberland Valley area of south-central Pennsylvania. Located in Shippensburg, we serve the surrounding area including Shippensburg, Chambersburg, Gettysburg, and Carlisle.
Shippensburg is a borough in the Cumberland Valley and one of the oldest communities in Pennsylvania. This small town is home to Shippensburg University and a wealth of places to eat and things to do. Shippensburg was recognized as one of the best small towns in the US in Norman Crampton’s 100 Best Small Towns in America, ranked #27.
Chambersburg survived Confederate burning in the 1800s and its historic buildings still stand today, like the Old Jail built in 1818. Chambersburg is the perfect place to visit to learn about local history, see a live show at the Capitol Theater, or head to Tuscarora Mountain Winery for a wine tasting.
If you don’t live in Gettysburg, the first thing that probably comes to mind when you think about it are the Battle of Gettysburg and Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. And those are great reasons to visit this historic town, but there are plenty of other things to do too! Besides history, there are farmers markets, Reid’s Winery, and the Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve.
Carlisle is home to Dickinson College and a thriving local artist community, from performers to brewers to antiquers. It also has a great hiking and outdoors scene, so if you’d rather spend your time in nature, visit the Kings Gap Environmental Education and Training Center, the LeTort Spring Run and Nature Trail, or the gardens at Cameron/Masland Mansion.
The new H&H Chevrolet website is up, and we’re so excited about how it looks! Now more intuitive and user-friendly than ever, our website is optimized to help you find the right car for you, figure out the best financing options, and learn all about the process of buying a new or used car.
The helpful links bar at the top of the page has everything you need, from information about our dealership to car reviews to educational posts and even information about the communities we serve! If you want to learn more about current specials we’re offering, check the “Specials” menu. If you want to learn about the pros and cons of buying a used car, hover over “Used”. It’s easy to use and even provides a handy link to this here blog!
Underneath the menu bar, you can see some of our most popular vehicle offerings, like the Chevy Corvette, the Silverado 1500, and the Equinox, as well as a quick link to Shop Click Drive. Just click “Learn More” or “View Inventory” and you’ll go right to the correct page!
If you’re looking for something more specific, especially a used car, right underneath is an easy search bar where you can put in the category, make, model, and year of the vehicle you’re looking for and shop our inventory. It’s as easy as that!
For help with our website or for more information on our inventory, give us a call at H&H Chevrolet today!
Now that summer is around the corner, it’s the perfect time to hit the trails. There are a number of great locations in the area to visit, each of which offers a range of trails for both beginners and more advanced adventurers. For instance, you can learn more about the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail by reading on.
According to the Visit Cumberland website, one of the top places to hike in PA is the Appalachian Trail. This intense hike covers over 46 miles in the Cumberland Valley, and it’s actually one of the midway points for the extensive 2,189-mile trail. The Appalachian Trail is known for its difficulty—taking many people 6 months to traverse in total. However, the small portion that spreads across the Cumberland Valley is great for those looking for a weekend trip.
The Cumberland Valley Rail Trail is also popular. This 11-mile hike is perfect for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. It connects Newville and Shippensburg, making it ideal for those who are new to hiking.
Check out the Pole Steeple Trail as well. This 0.75-mile trail is very difficult due to its steep conditions. Made from a quartzite outcrops, the Pole Steeple Trail is deceivingly short, one reason experienced hikers fall in love with the location. You also get great views of Pine Grove Furnace State Park.
Looking for a car to take you on your next adventure? Stop by H&H Chevrolet today.
Summer is right around the corner. You may have had a list of things you wanted to accomplish last year, but didn’t quite get to. That’s why we’ve put together a summer bucket list to help you make the most of this year. From camping to movie night, there are some simple things you can do with family and friends to have a truly memorable summer.
Some of the top ideas are listed on Pinterest. For instance, one thing many people love to do with their families is back-yard camping. Put up the tent, bring some supplies, and make smores. Camping is great, but it can require quite a commitment. By doing it in the back yard you can have most of the experience without being stranded outdoors.
Next, have a movie night. Make a list of all the movies you’ve wanted to see over the year with family and friends and sit down and watch a few. Many suggest choosing your top three and making a night of it. Make cocktails and have dinner, or you can simply get soda and chips—what you make of it is up to you.
Finally, go hiking. Summer is great for experiencing the outdoors, and hiking doesn’t usually require too many supplies. We suggest visiting a nature preserve or state park in the area to make the most of your experience. Many places have trails labelled with different difficulties to help you get an idea what’s ahead. Be sure to bring plenty of water, a snack, first-aid supplies, and bug spray.
Have other ideas? We here at H&H Chevrolet would love to hear them.
Spring is here, it’s time to clean
Spring is right around the corner, which means now is the time for cleaning. Warmer weather and more sunlight seems to give much more energy to clean their homes and cars. We’ve put together a list of spring cleaning tips to help you make the most of your time, working as efficiently as possible.
Tips for cleaning
According to Reader’s Digest, you should start from square one: the doormat. Welcome mats take quite a beating over the winter, leaving them dingy and brittle by the spring. We recommend shaking it out, washing it, or simply replacing it. A new door mat will really signal to visitors that your house is clean inside and out.
Next, clean the fabrics. This includes things like carpets and upholstery, as well as drapes or heavy curtains. Start by vacuuming, but don’t be afraid to rent professional carpet cleaners. You can also do this in your car—start by sweeping out nooks and crannies, and consider buying new air fresheners.
Next, wash the hard surfaces, including baseboards, walls, windows, and more. Dirt and dust can accumulate in these areas, leaving the room with a darker look and a musky smell. By washing hard surfaces, you’ll get rid of the fine dust that accumulates there. Dish soap and a clean towel are usually enough.
These rules also apply to your vehicle, so be sure to clean out your car as well. Now is also the perfect time for regular maintenance, so be sure to stop by H&H Chevrolet today.
While you are at it why not give a little extra TLC to your car by haveing its yearly maintenance checks! Check H&H Chevrolet Cadillac if you have any questions in regards to your vehicle service needs to keep it in top shape!
History On The Big Prank Day
There are many memorable April Fool’s Day pranks, and we here at H&H Chevrolet truly love this spring tradition. April Fool’s Day actually dates back the 1500s when the modern calendar was first introduced. Because many were still on the old system (which began in April), those who were up to speed played pranks on the fools who still celebrated the start of the year in the spring. Since then, this tradition has grown to become an international phenomenon.
Funny Pranks Galore
According to Deal News, one of the best pranks involves a paper cup and marker. Simply flip the cup upside down and write “spider underneath!” on the top (any similar phrase will work). Now you can leave it on someone’s desk, in a conference room, or around the house.
Another trick is to fill a sleeping person’s hand with shaving cream and to tickle their nose with a feather. As they react to the feather, their hand will smack their face—a hand full of shaving cream. This is a good prank for close friends, but be sure to choose your victims wisely! Not everyone enjoys being the butt of a joke.
Another great one involves simple gelatin. If you have a friend or family member who leaves drinks around the house, simply take their drink, add gelatin, and put it in the refrigerator before bed. This works best with cool aid. When they try to drink it the next day, they’ll be surprised to find a jell-like substance instead.
There so many other hilarious pranks and hoaxes, so be sure to leave a comment with your favorites below. Just be sure they are fun and safe!
If you’re in the market for a new vehicle you should come on down to H&H Chevrolet Cadillac and check out all our great deals! Now that is not a Prank, it’s legit!
Now that the weather is starting to warm up, it’s time to start getting your car ready for spring. Winter is harsh on your car, so it’s important to help it recuperate after the cold weather and ease it into the warmth. Here are some easy but important maintenance tasks you should do.
Get an oil change, and check your other fluids
If any are low, now is a great time to top them off. You may also want to have an inspection done and make sure all your belts, hoses, and so on are all intact. Get new windshield wiper blades, too, especially if you were using winter blades for the season.
Wash your car and clean it out
Make sure you get the underside cleared of any caked on dirt and mud, and vacuum or wash your floor mats. Your car will be happier and you’ll appreciate being in a clean environment.
Check your tires!
Make sure the pressure is correct and add or let out air if it’s not, and inspect them for worn tread or any signs of damage, like bulging and cracking. Give us a call at H&H Chevrolet and we’ll help you come up with a spring maintenance plan!