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We were there at Sunset and had a beautiful walk across the railroad bridge. Looked at the stadium and the batting cages and enjoy the views of the river. It was a very pleasant thing to do and if you are in Harrisburg and the...More
We were able to find this somewhat easy but then once there we couldn’t find the right signage for the boat cruise and almost missed the boat.
We asked an employee as we entered by the batting cages and arcades but they weren’t very helpful....More
In town on a business trip and found City Island on our drive back to the hotel from dinner. Very glad we stopped to check it out. The island is fairly unique, with some nice trails to walk, or bike, and has a walking bridge...More
I have heard about the "train bridge" from my kids since they first visited it 12 years ago. It did not disappoint! Something about being suspended high over the Susquehanna river where countless trains once crossed is truly magical. The view over the river is...More
Beautiful venue right alongside the water. It is well maintained with nice water features, a swing set to relax and enjoy the water view between holes of golf. A nice place for kids, groups, and couples of all ages!
We got there early for our noon Pride of Susquehanna sail, so we spent some time walking around this island. It was such a hot and humid day, that we were grateful for the huge trees sheltering the ground. We saw the Senators’ stadium, the...More
My family has been to City Island a few times and enjoyed exploring, but today was my first visit for the Harrisburg Senators game, and it was great. I am always surprise at how accessible the Capitol is, and the game was well organized and...More
Even without the Senators there are still things to do. There is a playground for kids, a mini golf course, batting cages, an arcade, volley ball courts, a little "beach", and a walking trail. If you have time Riverfront... More
Even without the Senators there are still things to do. There is a playground for kids, a mini golf course, batting cages, an arcade, volley ball courts, a little "beach", and a walking trail. If you have time Riverfront park is just across the bridge and features stunning views of the river, also the Capitol complex is within walking distance and is worth a visit.