During the fall months, Lehigh Valley shines in bright hues of red and orange. If you’re looking for a new way to take in this year’s fall foliage, consider taking a biking tour with Pocono Biking.
LEHIGH VALLEY INSITE
Lehigh Valley InSite is a blog about things to do, see and experience in Eastern Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Whether you live here or are coming for a visit, this blog can be your official source for activities, attractions and events.
The authors of Lehigh Valley InSite, who live and work in the region, are staff members of Discover Lehigh Valley, the official destination marketing organization for Lehigh and Northampton counties. The authors are not compensated or otherwise influenced by the businesses or events they write about. On occasion, freelance bloggers are invited to share their experiences from a different perspective.
Can you find your way without relying on your smartphone’s GPS? Lehigh Valley is home to a variety of corn mazes that are primed for exploring. Test your directional skills as you navigate the rows, though it’s just as fun to get lost!
Chilly nights call for an adult beverage to warm you up. Whether you prefer beer, wine, or distilled spirits, Lehigh Valley has the perfect option to fit the bill. Read on for some of our favorites.
Take in Lehigh Valley views in their full autumn splendor. Be sure to pack along your camera as you explore these photo-ready fall foliage viewing locations throughout the region.
There's no food that welcomes feeling of fall like freshly picked apples. In Lehigh Valley, you'll find a number of locations offering locally-grown varieties, both in pre-picked and pick-your-own options.
Crunchy leaves, crisp air, and pumpkin-flavored everything. Lehigh Valley shines in bright oranges and vibrant reds during the fall months. Make the most of the season by crossing off these must-do activities before the colder temperatures start to creep in.
Crisp air teeming with fresh beginnings - September ushers in a new season in Lehigh Valley. As we welcome autumn, be sure to mark your calendar for these eight events taking place throughout the region.
Twenty-five years ago, LGBT history in Allentown was made as the first Pride Festival was organized in the city. Since then, the festival has grown tremendously and this year’s celebration, which marks the 25th anniversary of Pride in the Park, is expected to have over 4,000 people.
Seafood fans will flock to downtown Easton for the annual Clam Jam, sponsored by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market. This year's event will be held on Sunday, August 26 from noon to 7 p.m.