Fantasy Island Campground is located near a variety of family fun attractions.
Here are just a few of the places you may want to visit while staying in our campground.
(The logos are clickable links for your convenience.  All links will open in a new window.)

Also be sure to check out the
Susquehanna Valley Visitor's Bureau website for all of the
events going on around the area, as well as a full list of local attractions.
Knoebel's is "America's largest FREE admission amusement park!"  They even
include free parking and free daily entertainment!  Knoebel's is unique, in that
they're still able to maintain that 'hometown park' feel.  Thrill seekers will enjoy a
venture on one of their award winning coasters, or maybe even a trip through the
"Haunted House."  It's been voted the best classic dark ride.  If you're not quite as
daring, you may prefer to try catching the brass ring on the hand carved "Grand
Carousel."  Built in 1913, it is a true classic and rare piece of the park.  Knoebel's
has also been voted 'Best Park Food' for several years in a row.  With everything
from Cesari's Pizza to the International Food Court, you'll be sure to find something
to tempt everybody's taste buds.  
Knoebel's Amusement Resort, a true family destination, located just about 20
minutes from Fantasy Island Campground, in Elysburg, Pa.
America's only all-water cavern and wildlife park. The cavern tour is a guided
one-hour tour by motorboat on an underground stream.  Along the limestone
corridors, stalagmites, stalactites, flowstone cascades, and draperies decorate
the interior rooms, while underwater, trout swim and jump for feed.

The farm and wildlife tour is a guided 90 minute motorized tour over 1,500 acres
of Penn's Cave forests and fields.  North American animals, such as deer, elk,
bear, bison, wolves, and mustangs are seen, as well as longhorn cattle. Be
entertained and educated about the biology and geography of Central
Pennsylvania, in Centre Hall, Pa.  Just a little more than an hour from Fantasy
Island Campground.
T&D Cats of the World is one of the only exotic wildlife rescue organizations in the
state.  They strive to provide exotic and wild animals, who were otherwise abused,
neglected or simply unwanted, with large, permanent safe havens the animals can
call home.  Some of these animals you can view from just a few feet away!  For a
full schedule of tour dates and times be sure to check their website.
Located in Penns Creek, Pa. Just about 30 minutes away.
If it's adventure you want, then you and your family will love discovering Lake
Tobias Wildlife Park.  Looking for adventure at it's wildest, try the Safari Tour.  
You won't believe how close you come to the animals.  Something tamer?  Try
the Petting Zoo.  The Reptile Building offers various snakes, reptiles, and
tropical birds.  
Lake Tobias Wildlife Park, just 40 minutes from the campground, in Halifax, Pa.
Located in Allenwood, Pa.  Clyde Peeling's Reptiland is an AZA acredited zoo,
specializing in amphibians and reptiles.  Since opening in 1964, Reptiland has
provided a public link to the less loved members of the animal kingdom.  Reptiland
offers a perfect blend of environmental education and entertainment.  
Just a 20 mile drive from our campground.
The Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat is a one hour guided tour of the
Susquehanna River, aboard a unique paddlewheel riverboat.  Special event
cruises are also available, featuring dinner cruises, karaoke cruises, and more.  
The boat is available for private parties and events as well.  
Located in Williamsport, Pa. Around 45 minutes from the campground.
Joseph Priestley House

Joseph Priestley House is a historic site that preserves and interprets the
contributions and significance to American history of Joseph Priestley
(1733-1804), who's most remembered for his 1774 discovery of oxygen.  As a
National Historic Landmark and National Historic Chemical Landmark, the site is
situated along the Susquehanna River, in Northumberland, Pa. Located
directley across the river from the campground.  You can actually see the house
from our campground.  It is open for regular tours on Saturdays and Sundays.  
Check their website for full and up to date details of tour hours.
One of the most well known sports statiums in the world, right here in Central
Pennsylvania. The Little League Stadium in Williamsport, is visited by people
from all over the world who come to cheer on
their team in the Little League World Series annually.

There is also the Little League Museum, filled with pictures, film, history,
equipment, and more. The Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum which
began in 1939 with a three-team league in Williamsport, has grown today to
include millions of players from scores of countries. The museum is a tribute to
Little League, past and present.  Little League fun, located 45 minutes from our
campground, in Williamsport, Pa.
"The fastest half mile on the East Coast!"  Selinsgrove Speedway is a 1/2 mile of
dirt oval track racing thrills!  Saturday nights feature divisions such as Sprint
Cars, Late Models, Road Runners, Pro Stocks, and more.  For Friday night
entertainment, there was a 1/5 mile, clay oval track built in the infield.  There, 270
cc Micro Sprints and several classes of Go-Carts compete.  Dirt track racing at
it's best, located just 10 minutes (about 8 miles) away.
If you would like to explore the beautiful and rich landscapes the Susquehanna
River has to offer, but don't have a boat to do so... Lake Augusta Outfitters has
just the thing for you.  They rent pontoon boats, jet skis, kayaks, canoes, and
even bicycles!  Guided pontoon boat tours are also available.  
Located right next door to our campground, inside the Shikellamy State Park.
One of America's largest antique and collectible malls. A huge 400 dealer,
antique mall, set up in a restored, 5 story, 1880's flour mill.  
Open 7 days a week, 10AM - 5PM.  Located in Lewisburg, Pa. About 10 miles
from the campground.
3 Floors and 15,000 square feet of unique antiques.  All creatively set up in a
100 year old dairy barn, remodeled to maintain the historic farmland culture of
Northumberland County.  Combining the best of the old, with the best of the new.
Open Wed.- Sun. 10AM - 5PM.  Located just about 10 minutes away.
Information on this page is only for a general reference guide. Travel times and distances may vary.
Always first check the attraction's website for the most up to date information.
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