The Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority regional bus system runs several buses between the Allentown Transportation Center and Slatington each day except for Sundays and holidays.
Located near where the Appalachian Trail crosses the Lehigh River, the wildlife refuge contains a series of trails along the Blue Mountain on the Slatington side of the Lehigh River.
Located in the heart of Slatington, the statue is a symbol of volunteer service, vigilance, and humanity. The fountain is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
While best known as a ski resort, Blue Mountain offers family-friendly outdoor events during the summer as well, including laser tag, mountain biking, and disc golf.
165-mile route that simulates the journey of anthracite coal from Pennsylvania's Coal Regions to the Philadelphia suburb of Bristol (Pennsylvania).
A small park offering a large playground for children to play as well as a pavilion with tables for picnics.
A 3.3 mile "Rails-to-Trails" project, the heritage utilizes the former Lehigh Valley Railroad right-of-way.
Archery range with both indoor and outdoor facilities. Lessons are offered for beginners and children.
A flea market selling antiques and collectibles located in a former lamp factory.
A public pool for residents and visitors to cool off during hot summer days.
A bowling alley with an adjacent bar and lounge.
Slatington, originally settled by the Lenni Lenape Native American tribe, is a small Lehigh County town located about 30 minutes northwest of Allentown. Named after the prosperous slate industry once housed there, Slatington is home to roughly 4,245 residents as of 2013.http://www.city-data.com/city/Slatington-Pennsylvania.html Although there are a lack of activities to do within Slatington, there are plenty of nearby outdoor attractions and nature trails to explore the beauty of Pennsylvania.