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Summer on the beach is a pastime many enjoy, and Skytop Lake beach offers breathtaking scenery, the oppor- tunity to enjoy a refreshing dip, plus exciting water activities like fishing, paddle boarding and boating. Biking and the resort’s outdoor heated swim- ming pool both serve as popular diver- sions during the warmer months, too, while the indoor pool is open year- round.


Additional activities as Skytop encom- pass a range of options, from paintball to rock climbing to tennis to Archery Tag®. Available spring through fall, the resort is the only place in Northeastern Pennsylvania that offers Archery Tag, an outdoor game with similar rules to dodgeball, but played with bows and foam-tipped arrows.


Yet another unique offering at the resort, Skytop Outfitters Shooting Range hosts a 12-station sporting clays course along with 5-stand and wobble trap. From the most seasoned shooter to the novice, everyone in the group can enjoy an exciting clay bird shoot- ing experience at Skytop.


Triple Tower at Hersheypark in Hershey, PA; photo courtesy: Hershey Entertainment and Resorts


Offering many options when it comes to group activities, the region is filled with destinations that are packed with exciting things to see and do for sum- mer sojourns. As the weather contin- ues to heat up, planners of group out- ings will find an array of opportunities in a wide variety of settings that can satisfy the goals and needs of their par- ticipants.


The remaining weeks of the season will provide plenty of opportunities and occasions to get out and have fun as a group. Enjoying the carefree days of summer provides a chance to unwind, recharge and gear up for the fall and winter months still ahead.


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