The Franklin County Visitors Bureau has announced the release of their 2016 Visitors Guide, their biggest and publication to help visitors explore Franklin County!
This full-color 76-page publication highlights the beautiful Franklin County area and is a handy way for visitors to the area to find what to do, where to go, where to dine and where to stay in the area.
Featuring over 50 beautiful full-color photographs, the 2016 Visitors Guide will be distributed throughout the United States and Canada to share the beauty of Franklin County and invite visitors to do, dine and stay. With a year-long circulation, the 2016 and will be seen along rest-stops off the Pennsylvania Turnpike, AAA centers, The Pennsylvania Welcome Center off Interstate 81, and of course, local businesses, shops, restaurants and more in Franklin County.
The guide includes sections such recreation, arts & entertainment, dining, shopping, history, festivals, family fun and fresh food & markets. This free guide also contains an extensive and comprehensive directory of local businesses and area services to help the new and returning visitor as well as families or individuals moving to Franklin County.
Special sections in this year’s guide includes features on the Underground Railroad, The Civil War in Franklin County, fishing, Franklin County wineries, outdoor recreation and much more!
For your own copy of the 2016 Visitors Guide, contact the Franklin County Visitors Bureau at 717.552.2977 or stop by the office at 37 South Main Street Suite 100 in downtown Chambersburg. An online version of the guide will be available online mid-June on the website.
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to explore Franklin County PA and enjoy the history, arts, recreation, natural beauty, fresh foods and warm hospitality of communities like Chambersburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Shippensburg, and Waynesboro. Franklin County PA is located just north of the Mason Dixon Line and an easy drive to Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.