Fun Activities & Nearby Attractions
Hiking, Boating, & More
Prince Gallatzin State Park
World Famous Horshoe Curve
Altoona Curve Baseball
The Altoona Curve is a Class “AA” affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Have an affordable, fun-filled day of family-style entertainment while watching some of the best young prospects in baseball.
Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park
America’s ONLY All-Water Cavern & Wildlife Park offers two separate fully-guided tours - The Cave Tour and the Farm-Nature-Wildlife Tour. The only cave in PA place on the National Register of Historical Places.
Rock Run Recreation Park
Rock Run started out with 50 miles of trails for ATVs, UTVs, and dirt bikes. The Yamaha Trails Initiative Program also helped add an additional 20 miles of trails. They now provide over 140 miles of trails.
Railroaders Memorial Museum
Castle Halloween Museum
Perfect for those spook and ghoul loving families, with over 35,000 Halloween-related artifacts for you to explore. 250 years of Halloween history and Arcade Machines to Zany Day of the Dead displays!
Delgrosso’s Amusement Park
The best water park around! DelGrosso's Park is a family-oriented amusement park located in Tipton, Pennsylvania. The park was purchased by the DelGrosso family in 1946 and was named "Bland's Park" until 2000.
Lakemont Park is an amusement park located in Altoona, Pennsylvania. It houses the world's oldest-surviving roller coaster, the Leap-The-Dips. On June 19, 1996, the roller coaster was added to the list of National Historic Landmarks.
While there are other caves that are open in PA, most of them are difficult to access. Tytoona Cave is easy enough for almost anyone to explore, with a large entrance that you can walk straight into and nearly 1,000 feet of entrances that can be explored.
Lake | Forest | State Park
Prince Gallatzin State Park & Forest
With 26 miles of shoreline, the State park and lake offers swimming, fishing, boating and kayaking. Boats with up to 20 horsepower are permitted on the lake as well. Deemed the #3 most visited park in Pennsylvania.
Explore one of 7 easy hiking trails in Prince Gallitzin State Park that are great for the whole family.
Gallitzin State Forest offers approximately 12 miles of trails that are open to horseback riding.
The 1,635-acre Glendale Lake has nine public boat launching areas, along with three mooring facilities.
Get Your Game On
Love to hunt? Glendale Valley Campground is open during hunting season. Hunting is also permitted in Prince Gallatzin State Park and is surrounded by State game lands.