Mason-Dixon Wine Trail

Wine tasting never ends on the year-round Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, so gather your friends and come visit us.Vineyards stretch from York County to Hershey, Gettysburg and Lancaster through Pennsylvania’s Dutch County Roads and south to across the Mason-Dixon line to Baltimore, Maryland.

Throughout the year wineries offer festivals, concerts and multiple events.

Wallet-friendly packages are available to help make the perfect Sip & Stay Getaway.

As one of our Good Libations Trails, you can find more information on the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, as well as your Trail Passport in our Good Libations Trails Map & Guide.Request your copy today!

The Mason-Dixon Wine Trail is organized and promoted by the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau (York County CVB) as a way for wine enthusiasts to explore the large number of family-owned wineries in York County and the surrounding area. For more information, call 1-888-858-YORK or email

If you want to keep up with all the exciting things going on along the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, sign up for our Explore York Getaway Guide, our monthly enewsletter for all things York County, and make sure to like our Explore York Facebook page to stay connected!

Each winery has a unique experience and rich history and provides their own original touches that reflect the many varieties of wine offered. Not all wineries on the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail accept groups or buses during special trail events. You are encouraged to call the wineries to ask about their policies. Mason-Dixon Wine Trailmembers also host their own events throughout the year and are open at various hours to the public. Do not drink and drive; use a designated driver.


What’s Up in Gettysburg This Weekend 6/22-24

For this week’s “What’s Up” we are visiting Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where Four-score and seven years ago…Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. One of his most infamous speeches despite being only a few minutes long. But there’s more to Gettysburg than Lincoln, and the events listed are only a few ways to explore a part of PA’s history.

All of the events are free at the time of this publication.

Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station. And get to know the history of the civil war through self-guided tours and free programming throughout the Summer Season. The Station is located at 35 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg.

Saturday, June 22, 2-4 p.m. Civil War & Irish Music: Violinist and fiddler Betsy Barnicle will perform Civil War period and Irish music.

Sunday, June 23, Noon-2 p.m. A Portrayal of Battle of Gettysburg Veteran James H. Maclay: Living historian Jeff Greenawalt will portray James H. Maclay, a veteran of the Gettysburg battle.

Or go to the Gettysburg National Military Park. Where you can enjoy a guided Battle Walk: ” Want to experience the battlefield from the same vantage point as the men who fought there? Walk the fields and woods that were fought over a century and a half ago and get a closer look at the famous and not so famous places and people that shaped the battle. “

And an African American History Hike: ” From their involvement with the Underground Railroad, to their experiences during the fighting and its aftermath, explore the impact of the battle upon Gettysburg’s African American community, and discover the fascinating lives of those who called this place home. “