The Indian Steps Museum, located a mile south of the Otter Creek Recreation Area off Route 425, the museum and its 10 acres on PPL land are operated by the Conservation Society of York County. It contains Indian artifacts found on or near the site and dating from as early as 2000 B.C. The grounds are dotted with hollies, including a 300-year-old American holly tree reported to be the largest north of the Mason-Dixon Line. The museum is open mid-April through mid-October. Phone: 717-862-3948.
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