Friday, May 22, 2009

Go Fly a Kite!

Looking for a way to enjoy the warm weather?
The Samuel Lewis Park in Wrightsville, PA (York County) is a great place to visit!
The Samuel Lewis Park sits on 85 acres atop 885 foot high Mount Pisgah and surrounded by trees. It seems fitting that this park is named for a former Secretary of Pennsylvania's Department of Forest and Water.

The once former Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania donated 35 acres to the state in 1954.

The Samuel Lewis Park offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Susquehanna River and the nearby river towns of Columbia and Wrightsville. Go hiking or pack a picnic - the park accomidates both.

Due to its mountain location, it makes a prime location to take the kids kite flying OR for a romantic evening for two stargazing.

Next time you are looking for something to do on a sunny day, you can head to Samuel Lewis Park and go fly a kite!

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