How often do you get a chance to ride a paddleboat these days? You can here! The Hiawatha is a nifty little Williamsport icon. You can spend a leisurely two hours, chugging up and down the Susquehanna River and listening to a pre-recorded narrative of the history of Williamsport's logging boom. (The recording is kind of hard to hear, especially if it's the middle of summer and the boat's being "buzzed" by the numerous Jet-Ski enthusiasts; just take your camera and enjoy the ride!)
They also offer sundown cruises (I've never attended, but apparently there's a beer and buffalo wing cruise, too!), cruises for special events (private parties, charity events, etc.), Sunday brunch cruises, Family Nights, dinner cruises, and Karaoke cruises! Yowsa!
Visit their website for a $1.00 off admission coupon (one per person).
Home of the Little League World Series, this ballpark is situated on the side of a mountain, with fantastic views of the Susquehanna Valley. A truly inspiring locale for the boys to show their skills.
Each August, hundreds of boys from around the world gather in this small town and play their hearts out, in the Little League World Series. What I love about this is that it is truly a 'world' series, with teams from many countries, unlike the so-called Major League World Series.
The museum features memorabilia, historical documents, video, and many interactive displays, including batting cages.
Look at the beautiful azaleas and rhododendrons! Each spring the garden comes alive, and soon will overtake the entire house!
This charming 3 bedroom house is located on a quiet street not far from the town center. Near schools, a football stadium, and has a large side yard for playing sports.