Despite the surprise snowfall, one of the highlights of my weekend in #HersheyPA was definitely visiting Hersheypark! Milton S. Hershey opened the park back in 1907 as picnic grounds for his employees. Today, the property serves a family friendly amusement park covering 121 acres! Hersheypark features 13 roller coasters, over 25 other rides, live entertainment, a water park, games, food, and shops.
While visiting Hershey, PA, I had the chance to go over and check out the Hershey Lodge, another Official Resort of Hersheypark. Now the Hershey Lodge has 665 guest rooms and 100,000 square feet of function space, but what I’m most excited about this resort is what’s to come later this year! It won’t be long before hotel guests can enjoy year-round water pool fun at the all-new Hershey’s Water Works at Hershey Lodge!
Earlier this month I had the amazing privilege to visit Hershey, PA, “the sweetest place on earth.” With the exception of a Jimmy Buffet concert at Hersheypark Stadium that my bestie and I went to a couple summers back, it had been years since I visited Hershey. When I was offered the opportunity to explore everything that Hershey had to offer, I jumped at the chance! Luckily for me, The Sweetest Place on Earth is an easy 2 hour drive up from where I live in Annapolis, MD. What followed my journey up the highway was fun-filled adventures, perfect for the whole family.