It is time to stop and smell the spring flowers in Pennsylvania! With vibrant blooms making their colorful debut, there is no time to waste. A day trip is in order to the following flower-brimming locations near Greencastle. To make your experience even better, hit the road in a new Silverado or Chevy Equinox from Blaise Alexander Chevrolet in Greencastle.
Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve
At Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve, located in Conestoga, you will spy a variety of spring flowers such as woodland phlox, Virginia waterleaf, and wild geranium and spot a range of feathered friends taking in the wonders, too. More than 50 species of birds visit the preserve, including hawks and the pileated woodpecker.
Ricketts Glen State Park
The Ricketts Glen State Park is a massive area, covering 13,193 acres, and is home to an abundance of wildflowers, which dot the landscape during spring through fall. The park features a bevy of trails and picture-perfect waterfalls, too. This gorgeous park is about four hours away from Greencastle, so pack up your Tahoe or bring along a camper with your Silverado and get ready for some weekend fun.
Chocolate is not the only reason to visit Hershey. The Hershey Gardens is a feast for the eyes and nose as it spans 23 acres and is filled with flowers including roses, shrubs, and beautiful trees. More than 20,000 tulips call the cultivated gardens home, as well.
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