There is not much to see and do there. It is one of your classic small towns in America. With that said, if you are visiting the area or passing through, you might want to check out one of these locations for something to do or to check out some of the old historical buildings.
* The Dellville Covered Bridge is located on Old Pine Hill Road in Dellville (right outside of Duncannon). It is a single-span covered bridge that was built in 1889 and spans over Sherman's Creek. It is a really nice & relaxing drive from the center of town out to the Dellville Covered Bridge and we highly recommend that you check it out. (it burned down a few years ago from what I'm told now)
* The Red Rabbit Drive-In is an old 50's style drive-in restaurant. They are famous around the area for their delicious "bunny burgers" which are made from 100% beef. The wait staff comes out to your car, takes your order and then when your order is done they will bring it out to you. The Red Rabbit is located on route 322 and is right outside of Duncannon.
* Hiking at Hawk Rock is great little day trip for those who love to hike. It took us about 1 1/2 hours to hike up and back. Once you get up to the top you will get one beautiful view of Duncannon, the Susquehanna River and the surrounding area. Before you head out for a hike, stop in town and grab a few beverages & a picnic bag lunch to take with you.
* The 3B Ice Cream Shop is open during the late spring, summer and early fall seasons. The locals love to hang out at 3B's to get some of their delicious ice cream. When we visited, I enjoyed mint chocolate chip and my husband enjoy butter pecan. I have to admit, their ice cream is pretty good! 3B Ice Cream is located on the main drag running through town called Market Street in Duncannon.
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