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About 120 miles northwest of Washington, the capital of United States of America, you'll find Huntingdon.

The buzz on match day is a great feeling. Wear your colors proudly and get behind the Penn State Nittany Lions football at Beaver Stadium. From Huntingdon, head north for 25 miles until you reach the State College area. If there's no game on, it may still be worth a visit. For big sports fans and those who dream of being players when they grow up, a tour of the stadium is really interesting.

Mill Creek can be found 5 miles to the southeast, while Alexandria is located 7 miles to the northwest.

Organize some transport and take the family to Altoona, a regional center situated 20 miles to the west of Huntingdon. This area boasts plenty of visitor attractions, including Prince Gallitzin State Park, Baker Mansion and Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark. Lakemont Park and the Island Waterpark and Cresson Area Heritage Park are some more sites here that will keep you coming back.

For those who love the water, this is the ideal destination for you. Rafting is a common pastime, and so is canoeing.

Be sure to take your tastebuds on a tour of this region's traditional foods.

Be sure to try out some traditional food, such as hot dogs and french fries.

Cinnabon rolls is a great choice to complete your food journey.

Visitors staying here are always happy to know that the 4th of July is Independence Day, a day of celebration for the nation.

If you intend on arriving and departing by air, take into account that the closest airport is 20 miles to the southwest of Huntingdon.

Accommodation in Huntingdon

Selecting a good place to sleep is a key component of any family vacation. Expedia's booking website lists the most talked about places to stay in Huntingdon.

Discerning travelers with an eye for the finer things in life will be sure to enjoy the Fairfield Inn & Suites Huntingdon Route 22 Raystown Lake, at 9970 Shaner Blvd, and the Comfort Inn Huntingdon, at 100 S. 4th Street. More budget-friendly options that you can consider include The Mill Stone Manor, at 11979 William Penn Highway, and the Huntingdon Motor Inn, at 6920 Motor Inn Drive.

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