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Pennsylvania Travel Tips

Best Time of Year to Visit Pennsylvania Lake Erie Vacation Rentals

Most people visit Lake Erie in the warmer summer months so they can take advantages of the warm days and enjoy the many water sport and recreation activities at the lake. The lake is a popular family vacation destination. Over the years, many amusement parks have been built up to keep kids of all ages entertained. Many of these amusement parks are indoor centers, meaning they are not affected by adverse weather conditions. Even when the freezing winter snows blanket the shoreline, there are still many activities to keep visitors entertained. This makes the region a great vacation destination in all seasons.

Getting to Pennsylvania Lake Erie Cottages

The state of Pennsylvania has the shortest coastline along Lake Erie. The nearest major airports are either Cleveland, Ohio or Buffalo, New York. From either of these two cities, there are good road connections that run along the coastline of Lake Erie. In Pennsylvania, the nearest major airport is Pittsburg which is just over 100 miles inland from Lake Erie. All these airports have frequent connections with most major hubs within North America. Most visitors to this part of Lake Erie choose to drive up in their own vehicles. If you are traveling from other parts of North America, you may like to collect a rental car on arrival and drive the remaining distance to your vacation home. This is the easiest and most convenient way to get around the Pennsylvania coast of Lake Erie.

Things to See and Do near Pennsylvania Lake Erie Cabins

If you enjoy visiting museums, you will be spoiled for choice at Pennsylvania Lake Erie. Far from boring, the museums here have exhibits that are both interesting and unique. Some museums well worth visiting include the Firefighters Historical Museum, The Marx Toy Museum, Erie Maritime Museum, the Experience Children’s Museum, and the Lakeshore Railway Historical Society and Museum.

The Splash Lagoon Indoor Waterpark is a giant indoor arena with water slides, rides, pools, fountains and loads of water fun. It is conveniently located near Lake Erie’s beaches and restaurants, making it the perfect place to spend a day out with the family.

The lake itself has a wealth of attractions. Long beautiful beaches are ideal for picnics, swimming, games and fishing. On a hot summer day, you can join the crowds and be part of the festive vacation atmosphere. Kids splashing in the shallows, a ball game on the go, and swimmers and paddlers enjoying the cool lake waters are all common sights.

There are several vineyards in the region that are known for their excellent wines. Take a wine tasting tour or drive between the different wine farms. The area is very scenic and you can sample some fine wines while you are out enjoying the countryside.

Visitors to Lake Erie Vacation Rentals

Lake Erie is a popular destination for families to spend their summer school vacations. With an abundance of activities, you can be certain that the kids won’t even have time to think of being bored. Because of its scenic beauty, it’s often a favorite choice for a romantic getaway. Honeymoon couples can enjoy privacy in a secluded vacation home, take leisurely drives through the region, and enjoy a romantic picnic on one of the beaches of Lake Erie. Wine lovers are often attracted to the vineyards of the area and you can spend several days meandering from one wine estate to another to sample the various cultivars. Fishermen are the old faithfuls that visit the lake throughout the year to sit on the shoreline with rod and reel in hand and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

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