Lehigh Valley, PA (Vocus) August 30, 2010
Discover Lehigh Valley’s “Autumn Adventures & Frightening Frolics” offers travelers a bevy of seasonal activities and events at discounted rates. From now until October 31, Lehigh Valley visitors can check out all the exciting Autumn Adventures & Frightening Frolics happenings and plan a fall getaway by visiting http://www.DiscoverLehighValley.com and clicking on “travel packages.”
“With the area’s comfortable temperatures and spectacularly colorful foliage, fall is the perfect time to visit Lehigh Valley,” said Michael Stershic, president, Discover Lehigh Valley. “Whether your autumn interests include hayrides, pumpkin carving, haunted houses, specialty microbrews or Halloween parties, this promotion has something to offer each member of the family.”
A few of the many seasonal events taking place during this Lehigh Valley celebration include:
Detailed descriptions of all the great fall activities that are a part of Autumn Adventures & Frightening Frolics are available at http://www.DiscoverLehighValley.com. Many include links for coupons that can be printed and used upon arrival. In addition, participating area hotels are offering discounted rates and complimentary services to travelers planning a Lehigh Valley fall getaway.
The Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania is located about one hour north of Philadelphia and less than two hours west of New York City. It is home to the three cities of Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton.
About Discover Lehigh Valley
Discover Lehigh Valley is the designated tourist promotion agency of Lehigh and Northampton counties. Its mission is to promote and develop Lehigh Valley as a leisure and business travel destination. Created in 1984, Discover Lehigh Valley assists in promoting regional tourism, an industry that generates $1.2 billion in annual revenue and accounts for more than 26,000 jobs in Lehigh Valley. For more information on Discover Lehigh Valley and its activities or to request a Lehigh Valley Map & Guide, call (800) 747-0561, or visit the official tourism website of Lehigh Valley at http://www.DiscoverLehighValley.com.