It's Finally Spring in Montgomery County!

After the snowiest winter in the past five years, Montgomery County is ready for some springtime sunshine! Get out and experience all Montco has to offer, from our expansive trails to award-winning golf courses and so much more. With so much to do and see, why not make it a weekend? With over 80 hotels spread throughout, make Montgomery County your next must-see destination!

Check out our favorite things to do this spring, below!

 

15th Annual Revolutionary Run

For 15 years, the Valley Forge Revolutionary 5-Mile Run ® has been a unique challenge for runners of all skill levels. Runners typically trek a five-mile, USATF-certified course that traverses the scenic Valley Forge National Historical Park. This year, we’re going virtual and invite runners and walkers of all kinds, and from any location, to participate virtually. The 15th Annual Rev Run falls over National Park Week and all proceeds from the race go directly back into Valley Forge National Historical Park to enhance the visitor experience and support our local national treasure.

To sign up and access more information, click here


Get to the Trails!

Explore the 96 miles of trails that criss-cross Montgomery County. Discover what makes each one unique as you travel through scenic countrysides, quaint villages, and vibrant downtowns. After your walk or ride, pick up takeout from one of our 1,600 restaurants and recharge with a night in one of 80 hotels.

For more information on Montco trails, click here


300,000 Yards of Golf-Ready Green


Montgomery County, Pennsylvania is home to more than 50 golf courses, including some of the most historic and top-ranked courses in the country. And with 70 nearby hotels, incredible attractions, and delicious dining options, Montgomery County isn't just a place to play golf, it's a destination.

For more information on Montco golf courses, click here


Hang Out with Your Four-Legged Friends

Montco is an incredibly pet-friendly destination. Home to 30+ pet-friendly hotels, a plethora of dog-friendly seating restaurants, and 14 designated dog parks, we're ready to welcome your furry friends with open arms. Our blend of pet-friendly establishments and wide-open spaces are the perfect place for your pets to run, play, and rest right by your side. Give your best friend the getaway s/he deserves.

For more information on pet-friendly locations, click here

 

Ride Your Bike!

In addition to the 96 miles of trails spread throughout Montco, our trails are easily accessible to bike riders. Whether you're looking for a leisurely ride through a quiet trail or a blood-pumping workout, Montgomery County's vast expanse of trails are perfect for your next biking adventure.

For more information on biking in Montgomery County, click here

 

 

Go Bird Watching

Looking to get outside and experience the wonders of nature this spring? Let your curiosity take flight at the new John James Audubon Center. Connect with nature and discover the world of birds through dynamic exhibits for all ages and learning abilities. The grounds are open from dusk till dawn, so visitors of all ages can relax and be at one with nature!

For more information on John James Audubon Center, click here

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