Hershey Hangover &
Creepy Crawley Tour V

October 08-09, 2017
(Immediately following Hershey)
Based in Denver, PA (40 minutes from Hershey)

Co-sponsored by Susquehanna Valley Region HCCA & Snappers Region SCCA

Tour Information Registration Form
Host Hotel
Comfort Inn Lancaster County North
($96/night includes breakfast - Saturday through Monday)
1 Denver Rd Denver, PA 17517
Ask for Antique Car Tour Rate
Parking at the hotel for trailers and RVs

Saturday Evening:

Meet and Greet cold buffet and registration in hotel bar


   Short drive to Seiverling Antique Car and Pedal Car Museum in Ephrata, PA. The Seiverling is one of the largest private collections of restored pedal vehicles on the East coast.

   We will then head north as we tour to historic Mt Gretna, an early 20th century vacation retreat for a buffet luncheon at the Timbers. We can stroll through Mt Gretna and even partake in ice cream at the Jigger Shop. After lunch we will take a short drive to the Historic Cornwall Iron Furnace for a guided tour of this restored 18th century iron furnace. Our drive back to the hotel will take us through beautiful Pennsylvania Dutch countryside as we head back into Lancaster County and likely pass one of our famous homemade ice cream shops.

   Sunday evening`s banquet will be held at the host hotel with a cocktail hour reception prior to the dinner.

   We will be driving south toward New Holland and Intercourse with a guided tour of the New Holland Haytools factory as well as visit to the American Museum of Edged Weaponry.

   Our planned lunch on Monday will be a family style feast at the famous Good n Plenty Restaurant where we will enjoy their local favorites. Our Monday afternoon route back to the hotel will include a stop at a local candle making business that also has homemade ice cream and a petting zoo.

   We will plan to be back at the hotel by 3:30 to allow ample time for those needing to start their journey home.

   For those staying Monday evening, there are various local restaurants and numerous antique shops to enjoy.


   All admissions and all meals (except Sunday night) will be included in the registration cost for vehicle and passengers. Registration is limited to the first 35 vehicles built prior to 1916. Registrants need to be current members of either the AACA or the HCCA (membership in both not required).

Special modified daily tours will be available for 1 and 2 cylinder vehicles and high wheelers as needed.

For Questions and Registration Information:

Jeff Lesher, 717-336-3203,