Best Off-Roading Trails in Pennsylvania

2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab High Country - Shippensburg, PA

Chevrolet offers capable and durable trucks that can handle adventures both on and off the road. If you’re interested in venturing off the beaten path, take your truck to these off-roading trails in Pennsylvania.

Rausch Creek OHV Trail

Located near Ravine, Pennsylvania, the Rausch Creek OHV Trail is a 12.3-mile loop in a beautiful forest setting. You can drive this trail throughout the year and check out the other trails in the Rausch Creek Off-Road Park.

Llewellynhose OHV Trail

This trail by Llewellyn covers 45.6 miles and is moderately difficult. On the trail, you can view different parts of the forest and potentially spot wildlife.

Deaf Run Trail

If you are looking to go on a relatively short adventure, the Deaf Run Trail is a great choice. The 1.9-mile trail near Centre Hall is fun for people with a variety of skill levels.

James Path

The 6-mile James Path runs near a lake by Trevorton. As such, you can have scenic views as you drive through nature.

Reading Anthracite OHV Trail

The Reading Anthracite OHV Trail is a point-to-point trail that covers 20.7 miles near Pottsville. The moderate trail features both a forest and a lake view.

We at H&H Chevrolet hope you have fun taking your Chevrolet truck on an off-roading trail. You can learn more about Chevrolet off-roading features when you take a test drive.

Spring Road-Trip Destinations in the Midwest

Road Trip

Whether you’re planning a spring break trip or just want to get out and about this spring, spring’s warmer weather and longer days present the perfect opportunity to explore new places. You don’t have to venture down south or spend big bucks, however, as there are plenty of spring road-trip destinations in the Midwest. Here are a few that we recommend.

Wisconsin:

The state of Wisconsin has over 15,000 lakes, so you’re sure to find beautiful wildlife and plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities throughout the state. Door County is a popular spot in May for locals and out-of-towners, as the peninsula boasts lilac fields, quant towns, and shopping venues.

Chicago:

If you’ve never been to Chicago, spring is the perfect time to do so, as the weather is much more temperate than its freezing winters and hot summers. From the Art Institute of Chicago to Shedd Aquarium, the Windy City has something for everyone. Since it’s located on the shore of Lake Michigan, it a hotspot for paddleboarding, going on dinner cruises, and more.

Minnesota:

If you’re a bird lover, you might want to consider attending Warbler Weekend (May 10-12) at Minnesota’s Frontenac State Park. Warbler Weekend is hosted by the Saint Paul Audubon Society and features activities like guided bird walks. You can camp at Frontenac, or try out some of the state’s other outdoor venues, like Carley State Park (known for its lovely Virginia bluebell flowers) or Beaver Creek Valley State Park.

 

Stop by H&H Chevrolet if you’re in need of a new Chevy to transport you to and from these Midwest destinations. We can also schedule a maintenance appointment for your current vehicle, to help ensure your safe travels.

3 Things to Do While Visiting Gettysburg

Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg is a town full of history, and history is best experienced with your family. The site of a major battle in the American Civil War, Gettysburg includes several educational experiences that give kids and adults alike a dose of history. Check out these awesome things to do while visiting Gettysburg.

Gettysburg History Center

A visit to the Gettysburg History Center is an absolute must, especially if it’s your family’s first trip. While touring a full battlefield can take hours, viewing the Gettysburg Diorama takes just 30 minutes. There are more than 20,000 hand-painted figures on the battlefield. Many of them include lights and sound that make the replica more vivid.

Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station

The Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station is a shining symbol of the Battle of Gettysburg. President Abraham Lincoln arrived at the station when he came to give the Gettysburg Address. Visiting this site is free and open to the public.

Gettysburg Licensed Town Historians

The Battle of Gettysburg truly shaped the town unlike any event before it. Today, the Gettysburg Licensed Town Historians preserve the history and educate visitors. Families can walk the streets and see just what the citizens and soldiers lived through in 1863. Walking tours last 90 minutes. Group sizes are limited to preserve the quality of the tour.

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Southeast Pennsylvania Native American Museums To Visit This Winter

 

Native American Museums To Visit This Winter

Southeast Pennsylvania has tons of museums that showcase Native American history and culture, so if you’re looking for a way to spend a Sunday afternoon with the family that will be both fun and educational, you have plenty of options to choose from.

Museum of Indian Culture

The Museum of Indian Culture, located in Allentown, is a small museum with an impressive collection of Native American artifacts, particularly stone weapons and tools. The museum seeks to give its visitors a realistic look at the daily life of regional tribes.

Indian Steps Museum

The Indian Steps Museum in Airville combines local and national Native American history and culture and is located in the former home of John Vandersloot, an enthusiast who spent decades curating a collection of Native American artifacts. The museum is located on the bank of the Susquehanna River, so it’s also a great place to see the sights!

State Museum of Pennsylvania and Reading Public Museum

Though the State Museum of Pennsylvania and the Reading Public Museum aren’t just Native American museums, they both have large exhibits and collections devoted to the culture and art of Native American tribes around the country. From right here in our home state of Pennsylvania to the Native tribes of Central America, these museums cover a huge range of Native culture and history, both literally and figuratively.

If you need a new ride to help you visit all of these Pennsylvania museums, contact us at H&H Chevrolet.

Outdoor Winter Fun in Pennsylvania

Winter Fun

Pennsylvania is a beautiful place to live in warmer months, but sometimes the winters are pretty intense with snow and ice. However, you shouldn’t let that hold you back. The Keystone State has many outdoor activities to entice you out from the warm fireplace for some chilly fun.

 

Visit a Ski Resort

Pennsylvania has many ski destinations Pennsylvania has to offer, like the four-star Bear Creek Mountain Resort. It features 23 ski trails during the winter months and boasts a full hotel, spa, and all the amenities for a one-stop shop for winter relaxation and fun. It’s located just a short drive from Philadelphia, New York, and Baltimore, so the resort is also a great place to meet family and friends from all over.

 

The Pocono Mountains

A visit to the Pocono Mountains is perfect for someone seeking a high-class outing or just someone who enjoys the winter countryside for more than skiing.  For some guided fun, destinations like the Skytop Lodge offer novel outdoor activities like dog sledding and tobogganing on 5,500 glistening acres of snow.

 

Ice Fishing

For the truly adventurous outdoors person, a winter drive to the Great Lakes is always an option in Pennsylvania. Pymatuning State Park is a popular ice fishing destination thanks to the added convenience of nearby camping facilities. Don’t forget to register for a Pennsylvania fishing license before you head out.

 

Don’t let winter lock you inside your home. If you need a vehicle to conquer the snow with, contact us at H&H Chevrolet.