Ring in spring with these ten great happenings throughout the month of April in Lehigh Valley, PA.Continue Reading
Another year in the books, and we’ve collected some absolutely stunning photography! Take a look at 10 of our most-liked Instagram posts from the last year, including a few winners from our #LiftYourSpiritsDLV photo contest.
Be sure to keep tagging your photos using #LiftYourSpiritsDLV as we’ll continue to repost our favorites. Full details, including official rules, can be found here. Happy New Year!Continue Reading
November 29th, 2016 posted by Aliza Levin
Nestled in the scenic Blue Mountains is the town of Lehighton where the Inn at Birch Wilds welcomes you. After four years of planning and perfecting their cozy getaway destination, innkeepers Cheryl and Rhonda (sisters and Bethlehem natives) opened their doors in early October 2016.
The Inn at Birch Wilds is housed in a log and stone home dating back to 1750 complete with beautiful mountain views. The mission of the property is to help guests forget about their worries and be able to unwind, relax and be close to nature. To help allow for this sense of seclusion, the inn is strictly for adults only. A stay here will provide you with a romantic combination of peace and quiet.Continue Reading
Craft beer lovers – rejoice! Three breweries have recently opened their doors in Lehigh Valley, each offering a unique setting and plenty of tasty beers. Scattered throughout the region, a stop at one of these new locations is a must during your next tour of the Lehigh Valley Ale Trail.Continue Reading
During the month of October, Discover Lehigh Valley encouraged Instagram users to share their fall photos using the hashtag #LiftYourSpiritsDLV. More than 700 photos were tagged, and there certainly were some stunning ones! Check out a few of our favorites below. Thanks to all those who shared their favorite Lehigh Valley photos with us this autumn. As the year goes on, be sure to keep using #LiftYourSpiritsDLV for a chance to be featured on our Instagram page.Continue Reading
October 19th, 2016 posted by Kaitie Burger
This week, I celebrated my four-year anniversary of working here at Discover Lehigh Valley. Though I’m not a native of the region (I went to Muhlenberg College and stuck around post-grad), I’ve been lucky to call Lehigh Valley home for almost nine years. In my four years at DLV, I’ve gotten to know the region well – from festivals and events, to local wineries, plenty of restaurants, and so much more.Continue Reading
Pack a picnic lunch, a comfortable blanket, some sunglasses and take advantage of the many parks and cozy spots as the setting for your next picnic. The following locations call for some walking shoes as you won’t want to miss out on the nearby trails and attractions.Allentown Rose Gardens
Allentown has over 25 parks, trails, and green spaces in their inventory. One of my favorites would have to be the Allentown Rose Gardens, especially when the flowers are in peak bloom in June. Pick a bench, sit in one of the gazebos or set up a blanket on the grass. Every spot has an incredible view whether it is of the weeping willow trees or overlooking a pond filled with wandering water lillies. My puppy, Toby, is a big fan of the roses and taking long walks around the park.Continue Reading
Contributed by Erika Liodice.
Having lived in Lehigh Valley my entire life, sometimes I feel like there’s nothing left to discover. So when my husband and I signed up for the Wildlands Conservancy’s canoe trip to Island Park on the Lehigh River, I was expecting a nice paddle with river views I’ve seen a million times before.Continue Reading
June 21st, 2016 posted by Guest Author
Contributed by Vanessa Palumbo of Resident Tourist Bethlehem PA.
In the morning the fog blankets the crumbling concrete. In the afternoon, the sun gleams off of the gemstones. The light breeze ruffles the aluminum cans creating a soft whisper. This concrete playground of recycled materials is right in the Christmas City. This is the Lehigh Millennium Folk Arch and Art Enclave (“Enclave”).Continue Reading
May 27th, 2016 posted by Jason Stershic
Sometimes, it’s not about the journey or the destination but the company you keep on your adventures. A trip along the Lehigh Valley Covered Bridge Tour with that special someone, however, could give you a great journey and destination. After all, everyone wants to have their cake and eat it too, right?
Now, for those of you not in the know, there are a few things you need to be aware of when it comes to covered bridges, no matter where they are.Continue Reading
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