Although York County Pennsylvania is a smaller city than compared to some of the surrounding cities it is in a great location and the history runs deep. York, PA. is conveniently located just across the Maryland line (or the Mason Dixon Line) on your way from Baltimore to Harrisburg. Interstate 83 runs directly through the heart of the county and city of York. It also intersects with Rt. 30 that runs East and West and can connect you with Lancaster Pa to the East and Gettysburg Pa to the West both with their own rich historic features and entertainment.
Many people from other areas such as Baltimore are relocating to York county because of its excellent location in relation to the much larger city to its south but also boasts the comfortable and relaxing rural life that lots of people seek now days. Today, York is not the thriving factory and industrial community that it once was. Lots of people that relocate to York and also natives of the county find themselves traveling to Baltimore daily to earn the large salaries and then make them stretch even farther in the much more affordable county of York, PA.
While living in York many people take advantage of the entertainment that is in, around and near by. In the winter months, Ski round top is not far away and is sure to keep you entertained. In the summer, Hershey park is near by and has a wealth of options for entertainment from history of chocolate making to roller coasters and water rides for the thrill seekers. Many great places to eat in York such as White Rose Bar and Grill is always open and is sure to please the toughest of food critics with there wonderful, broad menu.