Lately, I have been working with a lot of clients who are moving from Baltimore to Southern York County. This can be a huge adjustment for some of them. They are currently living in neighborhoods where they can walk to their favorite restaurants, dry cleaner, take out places, watering holes, etc.
They look at Southern York County (Shrewsbury, Stewartstown, Dallastown, Red Lion, New Freedom, Glen Rock) because they can get a nice size home, bigger back yards, etc., for their families. But, they are still city folk at heart. Southern York County offers a lot of local conveniences, but a slower, more family oriented atmopshere then the city.
I get asked by my clients, "So, what's there to do around here?"
Here are a few of our favorite things to do:
1.) MA & PA Trail - It runs along the railroad that went from Baltimore to York. The Steam into History excursion train is using the railroad tracks along the Rail Trail. (From New Freedom to Hanover Junction Train Station). Expect to see a train at any time while enjoying a trip on the trail. Where the trail crosses the railroad tracks, check both directions before proceeding. For those interested in Steam into History click here for the train schedule http://steamintohistory.com.
2.) Seven Sports Bar and Grill - Whether you plan to catch the game at the bar or enjoy a delicious meal with your family in our separate dining area, the Seven staff is dedicated to making your experience enjoyable. You have to try the mac and cheese if you go. It irritates my wife, Michele, but I usually get two sides...Yes, its that good. http://www.sevensportsbarandgrille.com/
3.) Brown's Orchard - Grown from humble beginnings as a roadside produce stand to a thriving business today, Brown's is dedicated to producing quality products for friends and family from all over. Brown's Farm Market is a place of comfort to visitors...a place where old friends meet, new friends are made, and memories are created daily. You can got and pick apples, then have lunch with the family. We love the cheese bread and apple cidar! http://www.brownsorchards.com.