Presque Isle offers the most beautiful sunsets in Pennsylvania, and possibly in the world. It has been compared to the Outer Banks of North Carolina for its pristine sand dunes. There are year-round recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities on this 3,200 acre peninsula.
Waldameer Park and Water World is the fourth oldest amusement park in Pennsylvania, and the tenth oldest in the United States. The park is admission-free, with a midway, covered picnic facilities, and roller coasters and major rides. The water park operates an assortment of water slides and raft rides and is admission by fee only.
Listed as one of Americas Top Indoor Water Parks, Splash Lagoon allows guests to swirl down nine water slides, climb the Tree Tops Ropes Course, relax in the Lazy River, ride the waves in the largest wave pool in the Eastern United States, spin in the new Aqua Tumbler and play in the Treasure Island Arcade & Lazer Tag!
Family First Sports Park in Erie, Pennsylvania encompasses 70 acres of land and includes
17 outdoor soccer fields,
2 indoor soccer fields,
4 indoor Basketball courts,
8 outdoor basketball courts,
sports dome to be used for a golf driving range, football, baseball, or large event(s), and a fun center equipped with batting cages, go-carts and two mini-putt-putt courses.
The Erie Seawolves are a Minor League Baseball team based in Erie, Pennsylvania. They play in the Eastern League as the Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The Seawolves name refers to Eries location along Lake Erie and their original affiliation with the Pittsburgh Pirates, especially since the term sea wolf is a historical synonym of pirate.
Lake Erie Speedway runs five race divisions including
the Plyler Overhead Door Modifieds, Street Stocks, Compacts, Legends, and Bandoleros. Lake Erie Speedway special events include TQ Midgets, Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam featuring Grave Digger, MidSummer Music Fest, Must See Racing Super Modifeds, Crash-A-Rama, and USAC Midget Series.
The Erie Zoo is the perfect place to spend the day or just a few hours. A comfortable walk throughout the Erie Zoo and Botanical Garden takes about 2 hours. You'll enjoy visiting with nearly 400 animals in our collection as well as the 11 beautiful gardens throughout the park.
The Erie Children’s Museum is a place that has been inspiring creativity and imagination in children for twenty years whose entire mission is to engage children and families in a fun and educational experience and is committed to educating children across a broad range of topics including math, science, art, culture, literacy and health.
Erie Art Museum located in Erie, Pennsylvania
has a collection of over 7,000 objects, including American ceramics, Tibetan paintings, Indian bronzes, contemporary baskets, and many other mediums. The museum hosts 18 to 20 visiting exhibitions annually and shares parts of its collection with national and international partners through traveling exhibits.
The Lake Erie Ballet is Eries premier non-profit dance organization - providing quality dance education, unparalleled dance performances and extraordinary opportunities to dance artists compelled to create, since 1948.
Enter the world of Lake Erie. Learn it’s history. Find out about fishing. From the War of 1812 through present day, the Erie Maritime Museum will take you through time, the people, and the events surrounding Lake Erie. When in homeport, the U.S. Brig Niagaras herself is the premier “exhibit”.
People love Erie because no matter what the season, there’s ALWAYS something to do! Downtown, around town and throughout the entire County, Erie boasts a variety of entertainment and cultural venues that set the stage for endless amounts of fun! Fast paced thrills, educational adventures and affordable family-size entertainment are waiting for you.