Fall and Winter fun in the Raystown Lake Region

Fireplace getaways” are popular in the Raystown Lake Region in the fall, winter and spring. There are luxurious chalets and vacation homes with spacious accommodations for 1-30. Relax in front of the fireplace or step out onto the wraparound porches and breathe in the mountain view – during any time of the year.
 

With many outdoor public spaces, the Raystown Lake Region has opportunities aplenty to breathe in the fresh air, walk through the forest, enjoy the wilderness scenery of Raystown Lake and paddle the gentle waters of the Juniata River. Bring your boots, kayak and mountain bike to really get the most out of your sojourn in Huntingdon County. 
 

October is a great time to visit Huntingdon County, PA each year. Hartslog Day is filled with 200 craftspeople, exhibits, great food, music, kids activities - free admission. The Rockhill Trolley Museum Fall Spectacular offers rides on antique trolleys. And the leaf peeping at Raystown Lake aboard the Proud Mary tour boat is awesome.

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