Raystown Region & Surrounding Area Information
Visitor Bureaus and Area Information
The Allegheny Mountains Convention & Visitors Bureau (AMCVB) is very proud to be the official organization designated by the County of Blair and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to represent this vital and growing industry.
Bedford County is located in South Central Pa. The countryside is beautiful, prices are affordable, the people are friendly and there are many family oriented activities to enjoy. The pace is a little slower than most places, and we like it that way!
The Greater Johnstown/Cambria County & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is the official tourism promotion agency of Cambria County. The CVB focuses on generating convention and leisure travel business through advertising, marketing, public relations and education.
The Central Pennsylvania Convention & Visitors Bureau (CPCVB) is a nonprofit, membership-based organization committed to the fundamental principal that convention and visitor business can be attracted to an area more effectively through "coordinated group action" rather than independent action.
Raystown Lake is an 8,300-acre man-made impoundment of the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. The dam, completed in 1973, backs up water for over 30 miles.
Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission serves Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset counties by fostering cooperation among communities and the agencies that strive to make The Alleghenies a better place to Live, Work and Do Business.
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The Huntingdon Chamber of Commerce has been helping to build a stronger economy and a better business community since 1982. Today's agenda is more exciting than ever.
These economic development outcomes are what Huntingdon County Business and Industry is all about. So whether you are looking to launch a brand new venture, expand your current Huntingdon County business, or relocate your company to the area, we have a portfolio of programs to support you.
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Raystown Region Information
The Comfort Inn® hotel in Huntingdon near U.S. Route 22, just a mile and a half away from Juniata College and close to Raystown Lake, will get you rested and ready for anything. You’ll find plenty of other sites and activities to explore near our leisure hotel in Huntingdon. Package pricing for Lincoln Caverns tickets available. Comfy Rooms, pet-friendly, indoor pool and great breakfast!
The Award-Winning Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites Huntingdon/Lake Raystown is the place to stay for your getaway to Lake Raystown and beyond! We are minutes away from dining, shopping and Juniata College. Packages available which include discount tickets to Lincoln Caverns. Rates include our full, hot breakfast, free WiFi, indoor heated pool, plenty of free boat parking and our 100% Fairfield Guarantee. Special group rates available.
Nestled in the Allegheny Mountains of Central Pennsylvania, DelGrosso’s Amusement Park has been providing fun, food and memories for over six decades. Today, it is a modern family fun facility which includes more than 30 rides, an extensive water park, go-karts, a beautiful miniature golf course and America’s Best Amusement Park Food.
Fort Roberdeau Historic Site and Natural Area is located near Altoona in Blair County, Pennsylvania. The rural 230-acre tract features a reconstructed Revolutionary War stockade surrounding six log cabins.
Will allow you to unwind, enjoy a stroll through our woods, fish our private trout stream at Stone Creek, or play 18 holes at Standing Stone Golf Course.
Through displays, exhibits and period themed living histories, visitors are provided with entertaining, accurate, and memorable nostalgic memories!
Built in 1898, Jenny Springs is a two-story log cabin situated along the Little Juniata River, surrounded by Rothrock State Forest. The River offers some of the best trout fishing found in Pennsylvania, and the forest is the home of many deer, bear, turkey, and wild birds. The Mid-State Trail passes within 50 yards of the cabin for your hiking pleasure.
From walking the shores of the largest man-made lake in Pennsylvania, to buying our talented artists works, to discovering the old iron furnaces, to biking our rails to trails, to camping in the woods, to just de-stressing, come and enjoy Raystown Country.
Visitors of all ages will enjoy our military and civilian re-enactments, colonial crafts, exhibits and instructions, festivals, murder/mystery evenings, old fashioned Christmas celebrations and more!
At the PSBA we focus on striper, also called striped bass or rockfish. If you think a 5 pound small or large mouth bass is fun to catch try a 45 pound striper! Our members are dedicated to improving the rockfish, or striper fishery, along with other species throughout PA including at Raystown Lake. If you want to learn more about how to catch stripers or rockfish—in numbers and in size we can help show you how!
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One of the must see places when visiting Raystown Lake is the Seven Points Visitors Center. This two-floor, universally accessible building is your one-stop place, whether you are looking for information on the park, for what events that are happening in the County or for general information and interpretation.
Our collection has nine operational trolleys, including Pennsylvania's only operating open car, high-speed interurban cars, fascinating maintenance-of-way cars like a huge snowplow and a 106-year-old snow sweeper, and a Philadelphia PCC. Plus you'll see more cars being restored in our shops by our talented volunteers.
Discover the natural beauty of Raystown Lake. Nestled in the mountains of South Central Pennsylvania between Altoona and Harrisburg the lake has 30 miles of navigable water and is fed by the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River.
As Penn State's nature center, our experienced faculty and staff teach courses for Penn State students and provide environmentally sound programming for schools, children, youth, teachers, and the community. Join us for the experience of a lifeime!
What began as a small tackle and accessory store for fisherman and campers grew into Raystown Lake's premier boat dealership. Today, Shy Beaver Boat Center offers the most complete spectrum of boats and accessories in the Raystown Lake area.
The William E. Swigart Automobile Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit museum dedicated to preserving the history of the American automobile. Our remarkable collections have existed for more than 85 years, beginning as a private passion of our founder W. Emmert Swigart. His son, William E. Swigart, Jr., fell under the spell of these wonderful machines and built up the collection to about 150 cars, of which 30 to 35 are on display at the museum at one time.