Bloomsburg is a town in Pennsylvania.
Calling itself "The only town in Pennsylvania”. Bloomsburg is small residential town with a large population of college students. Bloomsburg is filled with culture and personality. It is quiet during the week but can get very active on the weekend when the college students fill the streets. It is a very safe place to visit with small town attractions and large event like the Bloomsburg Fair, which in one year alone served 432,860 in a one week span.
Route 11 will get you straight into the town of Bloomsburg and Interstate 80 (exits 232 or 236) will take you two or three miles north of it. State Routes 487 and 42 provide north-south access. There is a small airport, the Bloomsburg Municipal Airport, in the southeastern part of the town.
There is no public transportation, but because the town is so small you will almost certainly not need it to get around. However, there is an Enterprise rent-a-car two miles east of Bloomsburg along Route 11. You might want to wear sneakers for the steep hills on the northern side of the town.
- Bloomsburg Fair. Held in September.
- Bloomsburg University.
- Children's Museum. Where many college students volunteer and gain working experience.
- Bloomsburg Theater.
- Columbia County Historical and Genealogical Society.
- Bloomsburg Community Gardens.
- Bloomsburg Town Park.
- David Stroup Fountain (at Market Square).
- Bloomsburg Public Library.
- Haas Center on Bloomsburg University’s campus
- Bloomsburg YMCA
- Renaissance Jamboree - annually in April
- Can U Xcape - escape room located near town park.
There are many bars in Bloomsburg but will be filled with college students. There are bars at most of the major restaurants. There are also many bars such as Russell's Restaurant Inc Good Old Days Bennigan's Grill & Tavern Clancy's Harry's Grill Black Beard's Cove Romig's Cafe Rick's Rusty Rudder Terrapin Cantina.
There are beautiful small bed and breakfast place to stay, such as:
- College Hill Bed and Breakfast
- Yellow Gable's [dead link]
- Pump House Bed and Breakfast, ☏ , (cell), ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Featured in This Old House magazine, an artist-restored historic 19th-century building Double occupancy: M-Th $125, F-Su $135; cabins $10 extra; Manifold House $20 extra. Extra person $15. Some pets welcome $20.
There is a Hampton Inn 2 miles (3km) north of Bloomsburg on Route 487.
|Routes through Bloomsburg|
|State College ← Danville ←||W E||→ Berwick → Hazleton|
|Harrisburg ← Danville ←||S N||→ Berwick → Wilkes-Barre|