Heading for Hershey Park, the Poconos or Philly? Consider a Pennsylvania vacation rental for your trip! Compared to staying in a hotel and eating in restaurants, vacation rentals in Pennsylvania are a bargain. We’ve got special deals on vacation rentals in Pennsylvania, as well as unbiased reviews of Pennsylvania vacation homes. No matter where you want to go in Pennsylvania, we’ve got the perfect Pennsylvania vacation rental for you.
You’ll find plenty to do in the mountains of the Poconos—a Pennsylvania vacation rental here can make for a great vacation. Explore the outdoors on hiking and biking trails, go whitewater rafting, or just enjoy the lovely scenery from the balcony of your Pennsylvania vacation home. You’ll also find theaters and concerts to appeal to any culture vultures in your party. In the winter, skiing in the Poconos is a popular activity—Pennsylvania cabin rentals in the area put you close to the slopes!
There are plenty of reasons to book a Pennsylvania vacation rental in Hershey, but here’s our favorite: the air actually smells like chocolate. Hershey vacation rentals make a lot of sense for families looking to save money—it’s cheaper than a hotel, and you can also save money by preparing some of your own meals. Besides Hershey Park, there are plenty of other things to do in the area. Gettysburg National Military Park is only 45 minutes away. It’s a short trip from your Hershey, Pennsylvania vacation rental to Amish country towns in Lancaster County, too.
Try Seven Springs, Pennsylvania vacation rentals for a memorable family vacation. In winter, Seven Springs is one of Pennsylvania’s top ski areas, and vacation rental cabins in Seven Springs are much more convenient for a family than staying in a hotel. Hidden Valley is another great location for family vacation rentals in Pennsylvania. Book a ski condo in Seven Springs or a rental cabin in Hidden Valley with the help of our unbiased user reviews—by reading them, you can see what other families thought of Pennsylvania vacation rentals.
Don’t go all the way to State College to watch the Nittany Lions play and then head back to a tiny, expensive hotel room. Round up your friends and rent a vacation home in State College instead. Bring a little bit of tailgate fever home by grilling out on the deck of your Pennsylvania vacation home. And don’t forget to stop at the Creamery for ice cream (“Peachy Paterno” is a local favorite, for obvious reasons).