Attractions
Amusement Parks:
Go-Karts (10 minutes)

Raystown Resort & Lodge (10 minutes)

DelGrosso's Amusement Park (40 minutes)

Lakemont Park & The Island Waterpark (40 minutes)


Beaches:
Seven Points Recreational Area (15 minutes)

Tattman Run (10 Minutes)

Biking:
Off-road and on-road scenic routes. Guides for hire.

Bird Watching:
Over 125 species including eagles, ospreys and herons.

Boating:
Seven Points Marina (15 minutes) - boat launch, docking and rentals
of pontoon, ski-pontoon and fishing boats.

Shy Beaver Boat Launch (Access Area) - (5 minutes)

Canoe/Kayaking
Juniata River and parts of Raystown Lake offer scenic trips. Rentals available.

Caves & Caverns:
Lincoln Caverns & Whisper Rocks (15 minutes)

Indian Cavern (30 minutes)

Penn's Cave
(50 minutes)

Colleges & Universities:
Juniata College (15 minutes)

Penn State University (50 minutes)

Cross-country Skiing Trails:
Rothrock State Forest has almost 40 miles of trails. State parks have trails.

Cruises:
Princess Lake Cruiser (5 minutes) - site seeing and dinner cruise.

Fairs & Festivals:
Huntingdon County Fair (10 minutes)

Amish Market (40 minutes) - 400 vendors, food and antique shops.

Fall Foliage:
Trails, drives, lookout points and boat cruises at Raystown Lake and vicinity.

Fishing:
Raystown Lake was mentioned in Field And Stream Magazine as being "among America's top 25 hottest fishing spots." Juniata River, Great Trough Creek and Spruce Creek offer excellent alternatives.

Fishing Guides:
Clappers Guide Service

Golf:
Huntingdon Country Club (10 minutes) - Semiprivate
Standing Stone Golf Course (25 minutes)

Hiking Trails:
Numerous scenic trails at all levels of difficulty.

History/Museums:
Swigart Automobile Museum (20 minutes) - Children will love seeing the original Herbie the Love Bug.

East Broad Top Railroad (30 minutes)

Rockhill Trolley Museum (30 minutes)

Fort Roberdeau (40 minutes)

Old Bedford Village
(60 minutes)

Ice Fishing:
A popular activity on several lakes.

Ice Skating:
A popular activity on several lakes and ponds.

Jet Skiing:
A jet skier's paradise. Rentals available.

Parks & Forests:
Trough Creek State Park (20 minutes)

Shaver's Creek Environmental Center (30 minutes)

Warriors Path State Park (30 minutes)

Canoe Creek State Park (40 minutes)

Whipple Dam State Park (40 minutes)

Rothrock State Forest

Playgrounds:
Seven Points Recreational Area (5 minutes)

Restaurants & Casual Dining:
Miller's Diner (5 minutes) - indoor/outdoor seating at Seven Points Marina.

Hoss's Family Steak & Sea House (10 minutes)

Mimi's Restaurant & Martini Bar (15 minutes)

Fast Food (10-15 minutes) - Wendy's, McDonalds, Burger King, Pizza Hut, KFC and more.

Scenic Drives & Overlooks:
Numerous scenic drives and overlooks at Raystown Lake and vicinity.

Scuba Diving:
Diving flags are located throughout Raystown Lake. Water depth can exceed 200 feet. Guides for hire.

Skiing:
Blue Knob (45 minutes) - The highest skiable mountain in Pennsylvania.

Tussey Mountain (60 minutes)

Snow Mobile Trails:
Local parks provide one of the best snow mobiling areas in Pennsylvania.

Sports & Entertainment:
Juniata College Athletics (15 minutes)

Altoona Curve Baseball (40 minutes) - Pittsburg Pirates minor league team.

Penn State Football & Other Sports (50 minutes)

Bryce Jordan Center (50 minutes) - concerts and sporting events.

State College Spikes (50 minutes)


Theaters:
Raystown Lake Amphitheater (3 minutes) - weekend entertainment series.

McConnellstown Playhouse (7 minutes)

Huntingdon Cinemas Clifton 5 (15 minutes)

Juniata College (15 minutes) - theatrical productions, dance troupes and concerts.


Visitor's Bureau:
Penn State/Greater Central Pennsylvania

Water Skiing:
Raystown Lake was mentioned in Water Ski Magazine as a water skier's haven.

Water Trampolines:
Seven Points Recreational Area (5 minutes)

Water Tubing:
A popular activity on the lake. Tube, tow rope and vest rentals available.

Wineries:
Oak Spring Winery (40 minutes)

Brookmere Farm Vineyards (45 minutes)

Mount Nittany Vineyard & Winery (60 minutes)