Washington, the country's capital, is situated 120 miles (193 kilometers) southeast of Huntingdon, while Gettysburg is 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the southeast.
See why Central Pennsylvania is so universally-loved by international and local tourists alike, by taking to the road and experiencing the wonderful cultural and scenic attractions within easy traveling distance of Huntingdon. Some interesting places within a relatively short distance of Huntingdon are Hollidaysburg, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Altoona, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east.
Around 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north of Huntingdon is State College, a regional city where you can explore Beaver Stadium, Bryce Jordan Center and Pennsylvania State University. Nittany Mall and Penn State Ice Pavilion are also good spots for a visit before heading back to Huntingdon.
Central Pennsylvania is well known for its many traditional villages; these are often evocative testaments to the area's rich past.
The wider region offers plenty of activities for visitors who love water. Boating and canoeing are some of the popular water-based activities here.
When booking your trip to Huntingdon, keep in mind that the nearest major airport, Blair County Airport, is located in in Altoona, 20 miles (32 kilometers) away.