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.
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June 26, 2018 by Sponsored Content
Whether you enjoy splashing down from a slide into cool, clear water or zipping along in the air, Dutch Springs has all the summer adventure you need. A visit to this 50-acre lake and surrounding park provides a variety of adventures, sure to please everyone in your family.
The 69th Annual Kutztown Folk Festival returns from June 30 - July 8, 2018. This annual nine-day celebration of Pennsylvania Dutch culture is America’s oldest folklife festival where you can experience the region’s unique heritage and enjoy authentic folklife demonstrations, artisan crafts, children’s activities, antiques, PA Dutch delicacies, and live entertainment on six stages.
March 28, 2018 by Sponsored Content
What is Muhammad Ali doing at the Allentown Art Museum?
Bear Creek Mountain Resort is a Pennsylvania destination resort without the drive. The resort offers hotel packages and year-round activities of family fun for everyone. With winter in full swing, make your way to Bear Creek and be sure to check out these seasonal favorites.
Create new memories with family and friends at Blue Mountain Resort this winter. Celebrating their 40th anniversary season, there are a variety of events and packages to help guests enjoy the winter weather, have some fun, and create memories that will last a lifetime.
In Atlanta, they drop a peach. In Boise, it’s a potato. But in Bethlehem, Just Born Quality Confections and ArtsQuest drop a 400lb PEEPS® chick!
On Christmas Eve 1741, the little town of Bethlehem was given its name by the Moravians who settled there. Later, in 1937, the city’s Chamber of Commerce successfully started a national letter-writing campaign to have Bethlehem designated as Christmas City USA. Honoring the city’s history, Christkindlmarkt Bethlehem was launched in 1993 and has since become a popular holiday destination drawing 1.2 million visitors to the city over the past quarter-century.
October 2, 2017 by Sponsored Content
Explore the spooky side of the Christmas City with Historic Haunts of Downtown Bethlehem. On the tour, you'll experience true-life ghost stories that can sometimes be scarier than fiction.