Find your playground at Raystown Lake
RAYSTOWN LAKE REGION
Raystown Lake Region Offers Something For Everyone!
Welcome to the official website of the Raystown Lake Region of Pennsylvania! You have found your gateway to adventure, heritage, and the road less traveled. From our signature attraction, the 8,300 acre man-made Raystown Lake, to the country's oldest automobile museum, to historic trolley rides, small-town charm, railroad history, world-class trails, underground caves, pristine trout streams and more, the Raystown Lake Region provides adventure around every bend. We also post more than 1,000 events annually on Raystown.org - proof positive that there is always something to do! If you would like to talk to someone to help plan your trip, the staff of the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau is eager to assist, just give us a call at 888-729-7869.
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The Raystown Lake Region of Pennsylvania is your best kind of get-out-of-doorsy place. A great resource to begin planning your visit is the 2017 Huntingdon County Visitors Guide -- now available by mail, by visiting the Raystown Lake Visitor Center or in digital form by clicking the LINK. The 2017 guide has articles on the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, the Raystown Mountain Bike Skills Park, the Standing Stone Trail and a Greenwood Furnace State Park profile. Throughout the pages you will find many photos of Huntingdon County scenery and wildlife. In the directory portion of the guide, you will find a little bit about everything with the contact information to find out more. Maps, list of events, lodging, sites-to-see, dining, shopping, local resources...there is lots of information to help you plan your leisure visit or gathering in the Raystown Lake Region of Pennsylvania. You can contact the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau at (888) 729-7869 to request your FREE printed copy of the 2017 guide or click the LINK for the digital version.
The 2017 Huntingdon County Visitors Guide digital edition is available online at this LINK.
You can contact the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau and request a 2017 guide at this LINK.
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