Moving to York, PA or any new area, can be exciting. There are new places to explore, new foods to eat, and new people to meet.
However, getting your possessions from one place to the next can be stressful. That’s why you need a cross country mover like Red Ball to help make your moving day stress free.
Red Ball has been helping families move out of state for almost 100 years. As interstate movers, we have the experience, the patience and the expertise to make your move to York, PA as easy and hassle free as possible. We take care of the packing and unpacking as well as the move itself and we treat your possessions as if they were our own. What’s more: we do all this at a price that’s competitive with our less experienced competition.
What to See and Do in York, Pennsylvania
The City of York, located south of Harrisburg and north of Baltimore, is situated in a particularly beautiful part of the United States. The town of around 43,000 residents was laid out in the mid-18th century and many buildings from that era still stand. In fact, York has nearly 100 buildings listed on the National Historic Register. However, York isn’t all about history and architecture. The city is home to the York Fair, one of the nation’s oldest county fairs; a thriving performing art center and a collection of 25 scenic and tasty wineries.
Shopping and Restaurants in York, PA
When you move to York, PA, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of shops and restaurants. As you would expect from a town with such a rich and long history, there are plenty of antique stores, offering everything from furniture to pottery to vintage clothing. The area is also well-known for its factory outlets. Companies, such as Pewtarex dinnerware and cookware; Utz foods; and Stauffer’s cookies, all have factory outlets in and around York. There’s also an outlet mall with dozens of discount retailers in nearby Gettysburg.
Dining in and around York is an occasion. Whether you’re in the mood for traditional pub food at an establishment like the Inn at Bully’s in nearby Columbia, Italian fare in a romantic setting at Victor’s, or fine dining at the AAA four-diamond restaurant at the Yorktowne Hotel, York offers something for every taste.
Enjoying the Outdoors near York
One of the things that helps to make living in York, PA stress free is the abundance of green spaces and parks in and around the city. York County owns and maintains 11 parks totaling more than 4,300 acres. You’ll find hiking trails, playgrounds, recreational lakes, ball fields and even a nature center. For winter sports, York is located just a short drive from several ski resorts in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
A stress free move begins with Red Ball
Moving doesn’t need to be stressful, with our relocation services, Red Ball can offer you and your family a smooth and hassle free transition. Call us at 800 733-8139 today for a free moving quote.