Visit York County & South Central Pennsylvania
When you visit Maple Lawn Winery & Cider House, don’t miss out on experiencing the rest of our region! York County, located in South Central Pennsylvania, is known for its rich history, beautiful farmland, and numerous factories – which earn it the nickname “Factory Tour Capital of the World.”
The region is notable for its large Amish and Mennonite populations in its rural areas. It is home of the Pennsylvania state capital, the site of the bloodiest battlefield of the Civil War, and also also hosted two former capitals of the United States during the American Revolution: Lancaster and York. The Susquehanna River flows southwards through the region to Chesapeake Bay and further to the Atlantic Ocean.
Good Libations Trail – This trail brings together the best York County has to offer in terms of wine, beer, and spirits. Whether you’re visiting a family owned vineyard, historic brewery, or a Prohibition-era distillery, you can expect unique flavors and experiences during your time exploring the Good Libations Trails.
York County Visitors Bureau – York County is packed with things to do in every season. Spend time enjoying the Pennsylvania countryside. Plan a trip today.
York County Factory Tours – Whether your interest is hand-woven fabrics, delicate violins or delicious potato chips, meet artisans responsible for some of America’s favorite products and get an up-close look at true American craftsmanship during one of our factory tours. Learn more about tours of Harley-Davidson, Snyder’s of Hanover, and Martin’s Potato Chips – just to name a few!