Visit Us & Planning your Trip

Things to Know if You're Planning to Attend

These pages are dedicated to helping you plan a trip to Punxsutawney.  You may think of a trip on Groundhog Day, February 2nd each year but many come though out the year for Day trips and side trips. We have sections here to help you find a place to stay and things to do to fill your trip with activities and enjoyment.

We have listings here of places to stay and eat and activities you may enjoy while vacationing or traveling near Punxsutawney.

Visit the Where to Stay and Eat section of our site.

 

 

At Gobbler's Knob February 2nd, Groundhog Day

  • There is no charge to get into Gobbler's Knob.
  • Gobbler's Knob is divided into two separate viewing areas, one for families and one for students. However no alcohol is permitted at Gobbler's Knob anywhere.
  • The Gate at Gobblers Knob opens at 3:00 a.m. Phil's Prognostication is at approximately 7:25 a.m.
  • There will be refreshments and food available for purchase at the Knob.
  • The Groundhog club does not recommend bringing small children to the Knob. Animals are not permitted at the Knob.
  • The Groundhog Club does not recommend bringing chairs to the Knob because the large crowd mostly stands and moves around.
  • There is a handicapped-viewing area at the Knob to accommodate wheelchairs and people with disabilities. Handicapped parking passes can be obtained by emailing director@remove-this.ghogclub.com.
  • There is a bonfire at the Knob from approximately 3:00 a.m. There is no shelter available, so visitors should come prepared for the weather: hand and feet warmers, layered clothing and blankets.
  • R.V. parking is available at Wal-Mart or Punxsutawney Plaza.

Groundhog Day Events

The events for Groundhog Day 2018 are currently being planned. Check back for more details!

GHC Members Only Reception