Win a $50.00 gift certificate to get started on your next great Pennsylvania vacation! One winner will be selected at random from all correct entries on December 10th. Certificate may be used at any member campground.
The following photos represent three different Pennsylvania attractions for you to identify. Submit your answers for all three locations by December 10th, or you’ll be too late. Need help? We will add clues to this page between now and December 10th, so come back again if you’re not certain. You may also enter now and submit one or more corrected entries later, if you would like to change an answer after reading a clue. In order to win, you must correctly identify all three attractions. Still too difficult? We will have a second “I don’t know the answer” consolation drawing. Either way, only one entry will count per person for random drawings. If there is more than one correct entry, we will select one winner randomly from all correct entries. We will announce the two winners in our next E-Newsletter, following the drawing.
The winners in our previous contest are Donna Kesler and Gwen Schafer. The winners will be contacted by e-mail for their mailing addresses, and their prizes will be sent in the mail. Congratulations to our winners!
I am currently located about a half mile away from The Columns in Apple Valley Village on Route 6. My historic structure was originally built in the late 1850's just “out of town” on a road I am named after. I served as a one-room school until 1907, when I was replaced by a new, “modern,” school in Milford. I later served as a meeting and voting place for the community. I had the honor to witness Governor Gifford Pinchot casting his vote in many local elections. I am open to the public on weekends during the summer season, staffed primarily by community volunteers coordinated by Apple Valley. What am I?
I have the nation’s largest collection of American brilliant-cut glass known by my namesake. Beginning the 1860s, my namesake transformed White Mills from a sleepy hamlet on the banks of the Lackawaxen River into a bustling industrial center. For more than half a century we produced exquisite cut lead crystal that graced many of America’s finest tables, including those of several White House administrations. I must generate enough revenue each year to support my costs. Admissions and museum shop sales are the primary sources of funds for me. Once you figure out who I am, you should come and pay me a visit. This year I have a special exhibit called Lighting the Way. Who am I?
I was founded by Lori McKean in 1998. Since 1998, my programs have reached nearly 50,000 residents and visitors to my region. I have played played a vital role in the resurgence of the eagle population in the Upper Delaware River region. I have been partnering with The Delaware Highlands Conservancy for years in educational programs and events and supporting their habitat and wildlife stewardship and protection efforts. As a committee of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy I will continue to host eagle trips and educational events, to monitor eagles, and my volunteers will educate visitors at designated eagle sighting locations on both sides of the Delaware River. Who am I?
Pennsylvania Campground Owners Association
P.O. Box 5, New
Tripoli, PA 18066
(610) 767-5026 / Fax: (610) 767-5034
1 888 660-7262