A Mountain Coaster In Pennsylvania, The Appalachian Express Offers An Exhilarating Ride

Zoom down a mountain. Get ready for twists and turns. Lift your hands in the air as you zip down a hill then slide around a bend. You’re in for a thrilling ride when you climb aboard this 4,500 foot mountain coaster in Pennsylvania that appeals to kids (and adults) of all ages. It’s definitely worth adding to your outdoor bucket list.

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Click the YouTube video below to take a virtual ride of the Appalachian Express Coaster at Camelback Mountain Adventures.

 

Will you add this mountain coaster in Pennsylvania to your bucket list? If you like thrilling rides, you’ll also want to check out these 10 amazing amusement parks in PA.

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Mountain Coaster In Pennsylvania

July 18, 2020

What can I do with kids in Pennsylvania?

Summer is the perfect time to head to a local amusement park in Pennsylvania, and we certainly have plenty of choices. For an old-fashioned summer experience, plan a trip to Idlewild Park & SoakZone in Ligonier, about an hour or so outside of Pittsburgh. A classic amusement park, Idlewild features such kid-friendly areas as Raccoon Lagoon, Jumpin’ Jungle, and Hootin’ Holler. You’ll find plenty of adult rides, too, and you’ll probably want to spend some time cooling off at SoakZone, a water park with slides, a wave pool, and a lazy river.

Where can I go tubing in Pennsylvania?

Summer in Pennsylvania can certainly get really hot, especially during the so-called dog days. That’s when we need to find ways – like tubing – to cool down. Fortunately, you have no shortage of spots to go tubing in Pennsylvania this summer. Float down the Stonycreek River in Johnstown, for example, for a few hours or for the whole day. Purchase a summer tubing pass with Bucks County River Country. Pale Wale Canoe Fleet, in Cooksburg, also offers scenic tubing tours down the award-winning Clarion River. You can choose between a 2.5-mile and a four mile tubing trip.

Are there any good swimming holes in Pennsylvania?

If you’re looking for places to visit in Pennsylvania, consider a visit to one of its many swimming holes. Presque Isle State Park in Erie, for example, boasts 11 gorgeous beaches – some bursting with action and others quiet, so you’re sure to find one that fits your mood.  Raccoon Creek State Park also boasts a sandy beach that leads right into the cool waters of Raccoon Lake. The cozy beach is an ideal spot to soak up the golden sun and to go swimming to stay cool. For an absolutely fun natural waterslide, head over to Ohiopyle State Park for a ride down the Meadow Run Natural Waterslide.

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