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Pennsylvania Timeshare

People visit Pennsylvania each year to tour the historic buildings in the state and even see where films and television shows are shot. With a Pennsylvania timeshare, you can live out the fantasies you have of being Rocky and climbing the steps to the museum, and hear historic stories from the formation of the United States.

Also called the Keystone State, Pennsylvania offers so many things to do that you might want to spend more than just a few days beyond a city like Philadelphia or Pittsburgh. You can find the best place for your Pennsylvania timeshare when you look at some of the things.... Read More

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Cold Winters and Hot Summers

Cold winters are something that many people associate with Pennsylvania. Temperatures drop into the low 20s and climb into the high 30s in January, which is the state's coldest month – perfect for the great skiing and winter sports available in the Pocono mountains. December can be nearly as cold, though the temperature starts rising in February. Summers can be blistering host and see temperatures climb to more than 90 degrees Fahrenheit. An occasional rainstorm in the summer can cause that temperature to drop. No matter when you visit though, you can head to some of the top holiday festivals and celebrations in the state from your Pennsylvania timeshare.

Applefest and More

Thousands of people head to Pennsylvania for the annual Applefest in Franklin, which lets them pick apples, play games, listen to music and buy food and souvenirs that feature all things apple. The Great Allentown Fair is just one of the local fairs that you shouldn't miss. Others include the Bloomsburg Fair, Centre County Grange Fair and Ephrata Fair. Kids and adults love seeing the costumed actors and displays at the Fairie Festival, and many enjoy watching the boats at the Moraine State Park Regatta. The Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival is also quite popular.

Exploring Pennsylvania

With a Pennsylvania timeshare, you can easily explore some of your favorite cities. You can get tickets to see the Flyers, Penguins, Pirates or 76ers play. Fans of the Phillies or the Steelers can get tickets to games too.

Independence National Historic Park is a popular tourist area that is home to the Liberty Bell. While you can't touch the bell, you can get up close to it. If you plan a trip with your kids, you'll want to visit Hershey Park. Owned by the chocolate company, it offers small rides and attractions as well as games and restaurants. You may want to spend a day at the Gettysburg National Military Park, which offers tours of the battle areas for visitors and is supposedly one of the most haunted places in the world. The Keystone State offers attractions and destinations for all types of visitors who buy a Pennsylvania timeshare.