It’s finally here, and we’re in the middle of it! Summer has arrived on our front steps with a warm smile. You might have taken advantage of the longer days on the back porch with neighbors or with a sprinkler and the kids on the front lawn. But what else is on your summer bucket list? We’re here to help with what you might be missing in your Sussman Honda, Acura, Hyundai, Kia or Mazda through southeastern Pennsylvania.
Camping: Did you know Hershey has their own camping site? Staying there even comes with perks for Hershey Park. And that’s not the only location for you and the kids. Hibernia County Park in Coatesville keeps the fun in-state while a quick drive to Hammonton, New Jersey can reveal the beauty and peace of Wharton State Park. Our makes and models with four-wheel drive make the trip accessible and safe.
Hit up the drive-in: While high level theaters with reclining seats become more popular, there are still a handful of drive-ins throughout southeastern Pennsylvania worthy of a day trip. Combine old and new in a way that can provide a family experience like nothing else. The best part? You get to enjoy the quiet comfort of your Sussman through every minute.
Be an early riser: Summer might offer the best chance to get in better shape. Maybe you think the heat proves too much, but it also provides a chance to seize the moment by driving to your local park or trail while the morning is young. Early morning exercise can be a boon for your daily routine and energy.
Watch a sunset: The long days can mean a dinner under the sun and having dessert while watching it set. Take your sweet treat and top off the perfect day by going somewhere that gives you a beautiful view of the city you love. Penn Park in University City and Belmont Plateau in Fairmount are two top notch locations that are sure to win a place in your heart.
While it’s certain that summer will come to an end, your memories don’t have to. Using your Honda, Acura, Hyundai, Kia or Mazda for any of these activities through southeastern Pennsylvania is the only way they can get better. Do you have your own activities that we missed? Let us know in the comments!