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Shartlesville, located in Eastern Pennsylvania along Interstate 78, Berks County PA. along the Pennsylvania Blue Mountains is a small town with a lot to offer.
We are known for our Pa Dutch cooking where you can eat till you can't move and many restaurants to choose from.
Antique stores filled with beautiful items bringing back years of history.
Also visit a miniature village that is well known across the country along with camping resorts located in the Blue Mountains, with hiking on the Appalachian Trail, swimming pools, hayrides, games for the children, horse events, rodeo's, monster trucks, demolition derby's, fishing and much more. Enjoy wine tasting at our local winery and see all these sites from our local horse drawn carriage rides. Spend some time visiting local craft stores and other shops around town and visit some of our historical buildings and just minutes from Cabela's.
In Shartlesville Berks County Pa. you will find something for everyone.
Bashore & Stoudt's Winery
Our winery is dedicated to specializing in fruit wines for your pleasure, although we do make
a few grape varieties. Most of the fruit is grown at Stoudt’s Fruit Farm, which is owned and operated
by Bob L. Stoudt. Bob is co-owner of Bashore & Stoudt Country Winery, along with David C. Bashore.
We are located on Old Route 22, on the west end of Shartlesville, across from Stoudt’s Fruit Stand.
We are open Thursdays thru Sundays 11 AM to 6 PM and also by appointment.
Tree Trail Carriage & Wagon Tours
Berks County Shartlesville Pennsylvania's #1 Horse Drawn Transportation For All
Occasions. From a horse drawn carriage such as wedding carriages to hayrides, horse
drawn wagons to sleigh rides, a stop in Shartlesville, Pennsylvania, nestled snugly
in Berks County, is the perfect way to make your visit truly spectacular. The majestic
backdrop of the Blue Mountains round out your affair, whether it's business or pleasure,
romance or a family get-together.
Springs Rodeo Arena
ROADSIDE AMERICA is an unforgettable panorama of life in rural United States. The exhibit spans more
than two hundred years in time and lets you see, in exquisite miniature, how people lived and worked
in pioneer days … through the years since then … right up to the present. In newspapers and magazines,
ROADSIDE AMERICA has been acclaimed as the greatest known miniature village—the most unique and
detailed masterpiece of its kind in the world. Actually, it is not one village, but many—really the
American countryside as it might be seen by a giant so huge that he could see from coast to coast.
In the Heart of PA Dutch Country you'll find activities, swimming, fishing, Rodeos,
Demolition Derbies, Monster Trucks, Classic Rock Concert, and much more!
Located only 5 miles from Cabela's! Mountain Springs Camping Resort, Inc.
P.O. Box 365 3450 Mountain Road Shartlesville, PA
We want to thank the members of the Shartlesville Community Association Berks County Pa. for making this info
available to the public which can be useful to all and in helping our community to grow.
For more info on the Shartlesville Community Association and how you can help.
Around Shartlesville Pa. there are many atttractions to choose from such as Rodeo's, Demo Derby's, Monster Trucks,
Carriage rides around town and stop along the way and visit some of our Shops, Craft Stores, Antique Stores,
and Winery. Hiking the Blue Mountains along the Appalachian Trail, just minutes from lakes for Boating,
Fishing, and swiming. Spend a weekend or a week at one of our Camping Resorts and see what we have to
offer. Just minutes from Cabela's. We are located in the center of some major cities such as Reading,
Harrisburg, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Schuylkill Haven, and Pottsville. So getting away from the
city and going off into the wilderness is just a short drive.
We hope to have supplied you here with enough information or
contacts such as Shartlesville Fire Co., Shartlesville Grange, Upper Bern Twp Berks County Pa., and other local
businesses to help you while you are visiting or looking to move in the Berks county area.