Emig Park

The 7-1/2 acre Clayton Ely Emig Memorial Park was dedicated on September 30, 1973. A parade was held to mark the event. Clayton Emlg was born in Hallam on November 4, 1862. He was the youngest of ten children. Mr. Emig practiced law in all of the courts in Washington D.C. and was eventually nominated to the Supreme Court. In 1929 he purchased this land with hopes of building a house on it, however, since most of his time was spent in Washington, a house in Hallam was not practical so it was never built. Mr. Emig passed away in 1940. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. He was survived by a wife and three daughters. The remaining family donated the land with the stipulation it be designated The Clayton Ely Emig Memorial Park. In 2002, The Cornerstone Development Group donated approximately 13 acres which have enlarged the park to approximately 20-1/2 acres. In 2004, the park was expanded to include an additional pavilion, public restrooms, and additional recreational facilities.

Touch of Italy

Touch of Italy is a family owned and operated classic Italian restaurant which combines a casual atmosphere with homemade Italian dishes. We feature delicious salads, soups, wings, pizza, spaghetti, subs and Italian specialties. Feel free to BYOB! More choices on our online menu, Order Online Now for carry out. We are located on E Market St, near Interstate 30. About ten minutes driving from York Galleria Mall and Rocky Ridge Park.

The Haines Shoe House

Step into the Haines Shoe House to see what this famous roadside attraction has to offer you! We are a seasonal business so, please be sure to check hours and information listed on our website so that we can better serve you.

Take a guided tour of all 5 levels of the Haines Shoe House and learn what it’s really all a-boot! If you’ve enjoyed a tour in the past we hope you’re curious enough to want to see all the changes we’ve made. Also, be sure and try some of Beck’s delicious gourmet ice cream or a treat from Mellie’s Makery for the ride home!

Samuel S. Lewis Park

Samuel S. Lewis State Park is an 85-acre Pennsylvania state park in Lower Windsor Township, York County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Mt. Pisgah is an 885-foot-high ridge that is the focus of recreation for the park.

Kreutz Creek Valley Library

Small in size, but big on service, the Kreutz Creek Library is located right off route 462, next to the Hellam Township Municipal Building. Our staff and volunteers get to know you, what you enjoy reading and will help you discover great new reads. We offer fun and educational programs for everyone in the family and our early childhood activities are designed to meet state educational standards. Bestselling authors, Internet access, and an amazing reading garden are all waiting for you.

Flinchbaugh’s Orchard & Farm Market

Flinchbaugh’s Orchard is a fourth-generation family run farm located on the eastern side of York, PA in Hellam Township.  Our Orchard and Farm Market is open year-round to offer you a fresh stock of our own fruits and vegetables, baked items, and a wide variety of specialty foods, gifts, and plants.

Jim Mack’s Ice Cream

Jim Mack’s Ice Cream features a large picnic area which can be enjoyed by all. A 24 hole miniature golf course, an arcade, playground, and BankShot Basketball. A great place to visit with your family with lots of activities for the young to the old.

Red Rose Restaurant & Lounge

Come join us 7 days a week! We have a great, friendly, and fun atmosphere.
Whether you are just stopping by for a drink or need a serious night out, we have you covered.

Red Rose features many entertainment choices. There is a DJ on the weekends, holiday parties, and 9 pool tables.

Our staff is dedicated to providing you with a great experience.

The service is friendly, the food is fantastic, and we have an extensive beverage inventory on hand and cold.