Dillsburg is a northwestern borough in York County that was named after Mathew Dill who established the town in the year 1740. The land was quickly established as an agricultural town and was later invaded twice by confederate calvary during the Civil War.
The town still holds to its agricultural roots today and holds the annual Dillsburg’s Farmer’s Fair the third weekend of October. On Friday and Saturday evening, eventgoers can enjoy the tractor and classic car parade. Civil War reenactments are also held at the nearby Dill’s tavern. If you are looking for unique food to try, fried pickles and pickle soup are staples at the event.
Dillsburg residents love their pickles so much that if you stick around to visit the town on New Year’s Eve, the town drops a giant papier-mâché pickle from the sky.
For those looking for traditional entertainment from their childhood, the Haar’s Drive In is a favorite. Drive ins cannot be found in many places anymore, but Dillsburg is keeping the beloved activity alive. Unlike regular, seated movie theaters, Haar’s Drive In offers a great selection of food to snack on during your movie. Viewers can enjoy cheeseburgers, chili dogs, funnel cake, and snow cones.
There are many places in Dillsburg, PA that you can visit to help relieve some of your stress while your pet is being treated. We are proud to treat this community and promise to care for your pet with all the love and respect they deserve. We know that a visit to an emergency hospital is always a stressful time for both you and your pet. We strive to provide you with the best experience and care to alleviate that stress and get your pet back to feeling like themselves