Pine View Dairy
Poleca 6 lokalnych gospodarzy ·
Wskazówki od mieszkańców
Great ice cream, local produce and fun atmosphere where you can view the milking room through a glass window and see the baby calves.
Visiting Pine View Dairy is a unique experience because you get to eat delicious creamy ice cream, right on the dairy farm. You can grab a cone and walk by the cows, in the peaceful countryside.
If you are looking for the BEST ice cream in town, this is worth the drive out of the city. They make the ice cream on site and you'll get a chance to see the cows being milked and pet calfs on the farm.
Fresh ice cream, family-friendly views of cows and calves that produce the milk on-site!
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Polecane przez mieszkańców
“Adorable cupcake shop featuring deliciously decadent and beautifully decorated delights to tantalize your taste buds.”
- Poleca 3 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Great food and fabulous atmosphere. They have three different restaurants all under one roof. Highly recommend the pollo fundido, lomo saltado, and camarones con salsa blanca. And their sangria is great too!”
- Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Teeny little neighborhood bar (not our neighborhood unfortunately). My favorite little out of the way hang out. Excellent food and drinks. Walkable, but probably a mile or so one way and if you don’t stay on the main drag can take you thru some not so great areas. But parking over there is City neighborhood/street and depending on the night might be hard to find. ”
- Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Point of Interest
“We loved this local walking tour. Make sure you also check out the African American Walking Tour.”
- Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
“If you'd like to take a tour of covered bridges in Lancaster County check out the 5 tours offered at www.discoverlancaster.com or you can check out this one in the Lancaster County Central Park. Built in 1876, Kurtz’s Mill Covered Bridge was originally known as Isaac Bean’s Mill Bridge and built over the Conestoga River. Unfortunately, Hurricane Agnes destroyed the bridge in 1972, so it was relocated and rebuilt in Lancaster County Central Park.”
- Poleca 2 lokalnych gospodarzy