92. 2 Miles | 1hour, 47 minutes (Google Maps)
Romantic Getaway, Farm-to-Forest Foods, Soothing
Romantic Getaways, Fireside Jacuzzi Suites,
Cabins, Farm-to-Forest Fine Foods, Soothing
Massages, Wine – “Award Winning Wine List” from
Wine Spectator, Weddings, Business Retreats, Health
& Wellness Retreats, Wine& Dines, Bed& Brews,
Murder Mystery Weekend, Specials & Packages, Live
Entertainment, Craft Brews
Located in Cook Forest State Park with many activities
nearby such as hiking, fishingalongthe Clarion River,
canoe/kayak/innertube rentals, horseback riding,
bumper boats, go-carts, mini-golf, photography and
artisan galleries, theatre plays at Sawmill Center for
the Arts, educational programs.
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(14870 Rt. 36, Cooksburg, PA 16217,
(814) 744-8017, www.GatewayLodge.com)
Fun, food, history and more
Best known for the Civil War battle of 1863 and
President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, the town and
surrounding countryside is the perfect getaway for
families, foodies and fun seekers. Take a horseback
tour, jump on asegway, or cruisethrough town in a
scoot coupe. Head to the orchards for apick-your-
own experience or to the wineries for ataste of our
vineyards. Our history goes beyond the Civil War as
you discover historical treasures at our many antique
shops throughout the county
Save timeto explore beyondGettysburg.The
destination offers wine & cider tastings, craft beers
and spirits, hiking and biking, farmmarkets, antiques
and great events for music, beverage and food
lovers. Our history also spills out into the county
and beyond the Civil War – discover the lesser told
stories. (Gettysburg, Pa 571 W. Middle St., Gettysburg)
Columbus: Your Next Getaway
The city is booming, and not just in population.
The Columbus Museumof Art just added a
spectacular new wing, and the Scioto Mile project
puts 33 acres of new riverfront parkland in the heart
of downtown. Theinnovativefoodscene melds artisan
food producers with imaginative chefs to create
meals that are far greater than the sumof their parts.
Nationally acclaimed distilleries work together with
brewers, coffeeroasters andhigh-endcocktail bars,
black box stages, music halls and dive bars to deliver
unforgettable nightlife. Neighborhoods on all sides of
downtown are bursting with new places to eat and
shop, andartists are shapingnew areas of thecity
into dynamic spaces to explore.
One of the best things about visiting Columbus
is the chance to explore its fascinating and fun-filled
neighborhoods. Few cities around have such a mix
of diverse neighborhoods, all within a short walk of
downtown, which makes a great epicenter for your
Columbus visit. Head south to check out the historic
charmandhot dining scene of German Village.
To the west, you’ll find the emerging arts epicenter
of Franklinton with its industrial vibe. To the north,
the Short North Arts District delights with boutique
shopping, outstanding nightlife and distinctive
Columbus has avariety of top-rankedattractions.
Here are 5:
1. Visit America’s #1 zoo. See why the Columbus
Zoo and Aquariumand its famous director emeritus
“Jungle Jack” Hanna have aworldwide reputation.
2. The nation’s #1 science center for families, COSI,
makes science interactive, hands-on and fun. You
can’t miss this summer’s Sherlock Holmes exhibit.
3. Give me some peanuts and Cracker Jack ... and
adime-a-dog! AColumbus Clippers baseball game is
budget-friendly and family-friendly.
4. Test your mettle at Zipzone Canopy Tours, a
family and child zip line adventure located just
minutes from downtown Columbus.
5. Say hello to a mastodon and connect to the
history of Ohio from prehistory to present day at the
Ohio History Center.
(277 W. Nationwide Blvd., Ste. 125, Columbus, OH
43215; 614/221-6623, www.experiencecolumbus.com)
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