Many of the County Links
on the left will keep you specifically in Harrisburg, the State Capital, and Dauphin County, PA. We add new listings and links on a regular basis. Use the "PA State Map" link on the left to get around the other 66 PA counties.
Dauphin County was created on March 4, 1785, from part of Lancaster County and named for the Dauphin, the title of the eldest son of the French King. Harrisburg, the county seat, is named for its founder, John Harris.
Harrisburg is the best of old and new where colonial buildings of the 1700's are nestled between architectural wonders of today. As the center of state government Harrisburg is alive with history and educational buildings like the Capital Building, the State Museum and the Museum of Scientific Discoveries. Harrisburg boasts some of the best shopping in the region, including the innovative and truly unique Strawberry Square shopping gallery. City Island is home to the Harrisburg Senators professional baseball team and the Harrisburg Patriots semi-pro football team.
Hershey is a unique community where fun is the order of the day. Few places offer so much to do. Children of all ages flock to Hershey Park. Other points of interest include Chocolate World, ZOOAMERICA, the fabulous Hershey Gardens, Founders Hall and the Milton S. Hershey School, Indian Echo Caverns, the Hershey Museum of American History and so much more