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State College Vacations

The rolling farm country of central Pennsylvania is the setting for State College, an aptly named college town of over 40,000 people. State College is home to Pennsylvania State University's flagship campus—the university's students double the size of this town each year—as well as its famous Nittany Lions football team. A State College vacation is often centered around the school's activities, which are plentiful all year round. The campus is impressive even when school isn't in session, and the surrounding area is beautiful any time of year.

Major Attractions

Penn State really is the lifeblood of this town, and because of that it's easy to find State College hotels convenient to all the local attractions. You won't want to miss a visit to the Penn State Arboretum or the Palmer Museum of Art. The nearby winery is a wonderful and relaxing way to spend an afternoon. Alumni weekend, parent's weekend, and many other university events mean there is usually some sort of festival or celebration going on in and around town. State College packages for sports fans will surely include a visit Beaver Stadium, whether there's a game or not.

Recurring Festivals and Events

You will have an unforgettable experience at Beaver Stadium if you take in a Big Ten football game, and State College PA vacation packages will make it easy. The energy is high at the season opener, the homecoming game, and the traditional springtime Blue-White football game, all of which attract more than 100,000 fans. Football is big here, but there's plenty going on in State College during the summer too, with the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in June and an awesome Fourth of July celebration. There is also a traditional German Christmas Market held in Lemont Village every December.

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Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to State College?
Packages, which include flights and hotels in State College, start from . Turn your daydreams into reality and secure your dream vacation with Travelocity today.
How long should my State College vacation be?
On average, visitors stay 2 nights in State College. Although, that might not be enough time for you. If you’d like to discover some of the area’s hidden gems, how about adding a few more nights to your travel schedule?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for State College?
It’s simple — head to Travelocity. With no less than 400 airlines and 1,000,000 properties across the globe, it’s easy to craft a State College package deal that fits your budget.
Why should I book my State College vacation package with Travelocity?
The three S’s — savings, support and a stress-free booking — are just the tip of the iceberg. Enjoy a fulfilling travel experience knowing you have access to round-the-clock support. With the Travelocity Price Match Guarantee, you know you’re getting the best deal available.
Can I save on my State College car rental if I combine it with my hotel or flight?
You most certainly can — combine your flight, car and hotel into a State College vacation package and you can save tons. With so much to see in the State College area, having your own wheels will make exploring a breeze. Once you’ve buckled yourself in, put the stereo on and head to National Aquarium in Baltimore, a famous sight approximately 120 mi from State College.
What is the best time of year to go to State College?
Go in if you like being in the thick of things. While they’re no doubt the busiest months, the buzz of the peak season is hard to resist. If you’re after a more laid-back pace, will fit your plans better. Don’t want to pay big bucks for your digs? Avoid booking in , when prices skyrocket. Look for something cozy and affordable in instead.
Which airport is best for State College?
University Park Airport (SCE) (4 mi away from the downtown area), Blair County Airport (AOO) (40 mi away from central State College) and John Murtha Johnstown - Cambria County Airport (JST) (60 mi away from central State College) are the best options for State College.
What is there to do in State College?
While getting off the beaten track is rewarding, you shouldn’t miss the big-name attractions that make a destination famous. Beaver Stadium and Penn State University’s Blue and White Golf Courses are just two of them in State College.
Where should I stay when visiting State College?
If you’re looking for a place to spend your nights, consider the Days Inn by Wyndham Penn State. It’s the top choice for many travelers.
Can I go on vacation to State College at this time?
Don’t head to State College without up-to-date facts about quarantine policies and travel restrictions. Travelocity’s Covid-19 Travel Advisor can fill in the blanks. Our local experts have pulled together all the information you need to make your flight and vacation as relaxed as possible.