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Beer Trail — The Valley’s emerging breweries and restaurants welcome you to sample the unique flavors of their craft brews. Tap, tour and try a pint!


Fresh-Picked Fun — Cumberland Valley is home to some of the finest agricultural land in the country. Take advantage of our seasonal bounty at local farm stands, farmers markets, and unique farm attractions.




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Family Fun — A memorable family vacation awaits in Cumberland Valley with a mix of interactive entertainment, outdoor adventure, and old-fashioned fun.

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History — From local museums and historical sites to modern facilities honoring MICHIGAN past heroes, experience different eras of the past in new ways as you explore more than 250 years of Cumberland Valley history.




Outdoors — Three state parks, two state forests, the midway point of the Appalachian Trail, and 200 miles of trails make the Cumberland Valley a paradise for outdoor lovers.

Downtowns — Explore our downtowns with their specialty shops featuring Made in Cumberland Valley products, historical architecture and local museums, and unique dining experiences.

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Quaint downtowns, scenic backroads and breathtaking views, farmers’ markets and road side stands, craft breweries, art galleries, performing arts venues, world-renowned creeks, and more make Cumberland Valley a must-visit location. Pick a day, weekend, or entire week and uncover the exciting, historic, charming and authentic experiences that Cumberland Valley has to offer.

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Use VisitCumberlandValley. com on your mobile device for a directory of nearby lodging, restaurants, shops, attractions, and events.

Make your first stop the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center, located inside History on High–The Shop at 33 West High Street, Carlisle. Find brochures, maps, and advice on what to see and do from our friendly staff.

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EACH TOWN IS AN ADVENTURE WAITING TO BE DISCOVERED Here are some of the best options to explore during a memorable overnight or weekend trip. Follow these suggestions or mix and match your favorites to create your own special getaway. TIP: Start your journey at the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center, located inside History on High-The Shop in historic downtown Carlisle, the center point of the Valley. From here, you can reach all of our downtown destinations in no more than 30 minutes along the highways.

Carlisle Crossroads for Art, Fashion & Food Carlisle is Cumberland Valley’s largest town and features picturesque, tree-lined street. With a diverse collection of galleries, shops and restaurants, it’s a crossroads for art, fashion and food. Shopaholics will find trendy clothing and accessories at stores like the clothesVine and Boutique on Pomfret. For a vintage look, check out Miss Ruth’s Time Bomb and Marjorie’s Gem’s. If you’re feeling funky, stop by Pat Craig Studios to see their jewelry and accessories. Antique lovers can find something for every preference and price point at Antiques on Hanover, Northgate Antique Mall, Bedford Street Antiques, and Serendipity Antique Gallery. Go to for more information on our Vintage & Antiques Trail. Photo credit: Sam

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Art fans, take note: Carlisle is home to several galleries featuring beautiful hand-crafted items across all types of mediums by local and regional artists. The Carlisle Arts Learning Center, The Garden Gallery, Nancy Stamm’s Galleria, and American Artisan Gallery are go-to spots to view and purchase these creations. The Trout Gallery, on the campus of Dickinson College, offers changing displays of the college’s impressive art collection. FUN FACT: Lovers of fine arts and crafts should plan their trip to coincide with Harvest of the Arts, a juried festival taking place in September.

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Introduce your palate to a variety of delicious culinary styles at more than 30 restaurants featuring cuisine from around the globe, including Belgian food at Café Bruges, the fresh flavors of the Asian-Pacific Rim at Issei Noodle, authentic Nepalese and Bhutanese dishes at Yak N Yeti, and Japanese favorites at Mt. Fuji. Finish your meal with a tasty treat of homemade chocolates from Mummert Chocolates or a refreshingly cool scoop of ice cream from Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream.


The Mechanicsburg Museum Association preserves four historic buildings and displays a collection of items and records important to Mechanicsburg’s heritage, with particular focus on the Cumberland Valley Railroad.

DOWNTOWNS Camp Hill The Height of Shopping & Relaxation The lively town of Camp Hill is bursting with boutique stores where you can shop to your heart’s content and spas that will leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. You can find everything from tea to women’s clothing to custom bicycles at Camp Hill’s local shops. A few highlights include: • Holmes Cycling & Fitness: Recreational, road and mountain bikes plus accessories and fitness equipment make this a must-stop location if you are enjoying all of Cumberland Valley’s outdoor recreational activities.

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And, finally, no foodie experience would be complete without a visit to The Kitchen Shoppe. This gourmet superstore features more than 20,000 kitchen items and offers over 200 cooking classes each year. End the day in luxury with a stay at Carlisle House Bed and Breakfast or The Smith Steiner B&B. The beautifully-detailed rooms in each will make you feel pampered.

Mechanicsburg Museums & More FUN FACT: The third Thursday in June Mechanicsburg hosts Jubilee Day, the largest one-day street fair on the East Coast. Mixing the old with the new, Mechanicsburg’s history blends seamlessly with its casual dining and specialty gift shops. Step back in time as you enter through the front doors of Eckel’s Ice Cream Fountain, housed in a historic building from 1879 and featuring the original soda fountain, marble counter, wooden tables, and glass shelving. You can enjoy a light lunch topped off with an oldfashioned ice cream soda or milk shake. FUN FACT: Eckel’s is famous for making an appearance in the 1989 movie Girl, Interrupted, starring Winona Ryder. Mechanicsburg has an assortment of stores that effortlessly combine history with a fun shopping experience. Civil War and More is a small gem packed with an eclectic selection of Civil War merchandise and staff knowledgeable on local Civil War history. Not So Shabby and Generations Studio & Shoppe both offer restored and repurposed furniture as well as a small selection of antiques and home décor. And, music aficionados will love to shop for vinyl records and CDs at RecordSmith. Continue your shopping excursion at The Rosemary House, a one-of-akind retail herb and spice gift shop where you can find treasures in every nook and cranny. Be sure to check out their extensive schedule of programs and lectures.

• Little Black Dress and Chemise: Sift through fashion-forward designer clothing for women that is both comfortable and chic. Downtown Mechanicsburg Photo credit: Eric Forberger

Other hotspots include Brittle Bark with locallyhandmade brittle, fudge and chocolates which pair nicely with the distinctive honey wine next door at Larsen Meadworks. For a mid-day pick-me-up, Capital Joe Coffee, housed in a former bank building that dates back to 1888, has cold brews, specialty drinks, and pastries.

• Underneath It All: A quirky and fun shop with intimate apparel in all sizes and styles. • One Good Woman: With a vast selection of coffee, loose tea (80 varieties), culinary treats and gifts, this shop is a perfect location to pick up a memento or find the ideal gift.

If you’re really hungry, just outside of downtown Mechanicsburg you can find authentic Greek cuisine at Hellenic Kouzina. With a beautiful outdoor patio, this is a perfect spot to end your day.

New Cumberland Eat, Shop, Experience The charming town of New Cumberland has a collection of shops you can’t find anywhere else. Start your day with local coffee and homemade pastries at Brew Crumberland’s Best then head downtown for a lovely day of shopping. Celebrate the luck of the Irish at Oxford Hall Celtic Shop; find spiritual healing products at The Inner Connection; pick out a one-of-a-kind piece of artwork at Tickle My Senses; or purchase unique home decor at Nest Egg Interiors. End the day with a dessert in the cool retro 50s vibe at Hanna’s Ice Cream Shoppe.

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When it’s time to indulge, Pennsylvania Bakery has been a local favorite since 1986 with its large selection of baked goods and more, along with gourmet coffees, teas, and specialty drinks. Or, get your caffeine fix at Cornerstone Coffeehouse, where you can also enjoy delicious sandwiches. FUN FACT: Learn about healthy and tasty cooking options when you sign up for one of the cooking classes offered by Cornerstone’s Culinary Kitchen. If you’ve overindulged, Camp Hill’s spas can come to the rescue. Hygea Wellness offers a salt cave, infrared sauna, and massage therapy, plus facials and haircuts. Or, if you are looking for a new experience, Dissolve Float Spa offers flotation therapy as a way to decrease stress and promote inner peace. Pamper yourself at Beyond Beauty Skin Therapy where you will receive personalized attention during your luxurious and restorative skin care treatments. After you skin is glowing, head to Carmina Christina, a makeup boutique selling beauty and skincare products, including the owner’s own line of cosmetics. VISITCUMBERLANDVALLEY.COM | 5



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From specialty shops, galleries, and theaters, to outdoor experiences and restaurants, Cumberland Valley’s small towns have one-of-a-kind finds that you won’t be able to resist. Boiling Springs – The 250-seat Playhouse at Allenberry entertains guests with mainstage plays and musicals, family productions, comedy, movie nights, musical acts, and guest speakers. TIP: Allenberry’s famous sticky buns are a mustpurchase item. Before or after the Playhouse performance, enjoy the scenic beauty of Children’s Lake.

Mt. Holly Springs – The 913-acre Mt. Holly Marsh Preserve offers hiking, fishing and hunting opportunities and is an ideal location to view wildlife. Newville – Located on 50 acres of scenic pastures and beautiful woodlands, Winsome Farm offers year-round guided trail rides on happy horses. Shippensburg – The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on the campus of Shippensburg University is a 1,500 seat regional theatre hosting year-round performances including rock, country, pop, Broadway, comedians, family shows, symphonies, speakers and more.

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Enola – The 82acre Adams-Ricci Community Park has a massive children’s play structure, five trail loops, walk-in access to the Conodoguinet Creek, and a butterfly garden. Stop by the seasonal, farmers market held every Thursday afternoon from May through October.

Get Away, a Different Way Live Shows at The Playhouse Corporate Parties and Meetings Luxury Lodges and Historic Homes Delicious Farm-to-Table Dishes OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

Lemoyne – The 60,000-square-foot West Shore Farmers Market sells the freshest produce, seafood, meats, cheeses, dried foods, candies, plants and baked goods. The vast selection and delightful aroma will tempt your taste buds. The upstairs shops offer designer clothes, jewelry and other high-quality unique products. 717.258.3211




Wormleysburg – Experience al fresco dining at its best when visiting one of the three restaurants located along the Susquehanna River in Wormleysburg. Dukes, Dockside Willies and RockBass Grill each feature their own distinct menu and atmosphere but all three have decks that provide scenic views of the river and the Harrisburg skyline.

MOLLY PITCHER BREWING CO. Two floors with a seasonal outdoor beer garden 20 rotating taps Space available for private parties/events Full menu with brunch menu Sundays from 11–3

Taproom is located at 139 West High St., Downtown Carlisle • Phone 717-422-5591



TAP, TOUR & TRY A PINT! Stop by each of our Cumberland Valley Beer Trail locations to experience their distinctive styles. Whether you’re an aficionado or just an occasional sampler, our Beer Trail will delight you with specialty tastings, live music, entertainment, and unique pairings. Here are instructions for how to plan your beer trail journey.

Find more information about each location at Beer. Great local food menus available at most locations unless otherwise noted.   CHAMBERSBURG TO CARLISLE Roy Pitz Brewing Company — Chambersburg Regular and seasonal craft beers brewed onsite in an historic 1900s building. GearHouse Brewing Co. — Chambersburg, Farm-influenced ales and lagers using ingredients from their garden and hop yard. Appalachian Brewing Company — Shippensburg One of three ABC locations on the Beer Trail with more than 20 ABC beers on tap daily. Burd’s Nest Brewing Co. — Carlisle Artfully-crafted beer made from fresh, local ingredients. Café Bruges — Carlisle Explore a frequently-changing selection of Belgian beers.

Step 1: Pick up your passport at the participating locations or at the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center.

Step 4: Once your journey is complete, send us the back panel of your passport showing the stickers.

Step 2: Visit some or ALL of the locations. Drink responsibly and ride in style with a customized package from one of our transportation partners.

Step 41/2: Wait patiently for your prize to arrive in the mail.

Step 3: Collect stickers at each location. The more stickers, the better the prizes!

Step 5: Receive your prize and repeat the process. As our Beer Trail expands, plan another trip to visit old favorites or try a new location.

Share your Cumberland Valley Beer Trail photos with us on Instagram.

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Castlerigg Wine Shop — Carlisle Wines from local PA wineries, several varieties of craft beer, and small appetizers. Desperate Times Brewery — Carlisle Award-winning craft beer with Germanstyle food. Grand Illusion Hard Cider — Carlisle Largest selection of craft ciders on draft on the East Coast plus PA wines and craft sodas. Market Cross Pub & Brewery — Carlisle Over 250 varieties of beers and ales, with a few brewed onsite. Enjoy the outdoor beer garden. Molly Pitcher Brewing Company — Carlisle Taproom with changing selection of beers, plus local ciders and wines.

The Winery at Long Shot Farm – Carlisle Scenic vineyard and tasting room serving traditional and country-style wines.   MECHANICSBURG Appalachian Brewing Company — Mechanicsburg More than 20 ABC craft beers on tap daily with a 15-barrel brewing system on-site. Harty Brewing Company — Mechanicsburg Cozy taproom with small-batch beers. Snack menu. Larsen Meadworks — Mechanicsburg Fruit-flavored meads, hopped meads, spiced meads, and maple wine. T.J. Rockwells — Mechanicsburg 66 different bottled beers as well as 18 different cold draft beers. Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Co. — Mechanicsburg Seven signature beers are on tap daily, plus seasonal selections. Mellow Mink Brewing — Mechanicsburg Small-batch craft beers with a focus on sour and farmhouse-style beers. Bring your own food. Big Bottom Brewery/Al’s of Dillsburg — Dillsburg Ales and lagers brewed on-site, plus Pennsylvania wine and cider. Snack menu.

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  WEST SHORE & HARRISBURG Al’s of Hampden — Enola 100+ options on top, including their own Pizza Boy Brewing Co. Jigsy’s Brewpub & Old Forge Pizza — Enola House-brewed beers and seasonal selections. Ever Grain Brewing Co. — Camp Hill A variety of hand-crafted brews on tap or order a craft cocktail with PA-made liquors. Brewhouse Grille — Camp Hill Changing list of craft brews on tap and in bottles, including from their own nanobrewery.

Appalachian Brewing Company — Harrisburg ABC’s original location in Harrisburg includes fun and informative (and FREE) tours of their on-site brewery.

Dead Lightning Distillery — New Cumberland Tasting room with locally-distilled spirits, Pennsylvania beer and wine.

The Vegetable Hunter — Harrisburg Small batch brewing using fresh and unexpected ingredients designed to complement their vegan/vegetarian food.

Zeroday Brewing Company – Harrisburg Ales and lagers brewed on-site, plus Pennsylvania wine and cider. Snack menu. Millworks — Harrisburg Combination of food, beer, and art with an on-site brewery.

Unique Limousine and Premiere #1 Limousine Service offer customized packages so you can travel in style.

LOCATIONS COMING SOON: Hooks & Irons Distillery, Cold Springs Inn & Brewing Co.

Some of our locals’ favorites ...

Appalachian Brewing Company The roasted barley and chocolate malt in the Chocolate Avenue Stout provide a deep dark color and rich robust flavor.

Desperate Times Brewery Black Forest Schwarzbier is German dark lager, slightly roasty with moderate malt character balanced with hop bitterness.

Grand Illusion Hard Cider Blue Illusion is a wellbalanced blueberry-lavender cider with a pleasant sweetness and light berry fruitiness, finishing with a touch of English lavender.

Al’s of Hampden Stranger Things is a light, crisp German Kolsch style beer with a faint fruitiness.

Ever Grain Brewing Co. Joose Juicy is a Mid-Atlantic take on a New England style IPA with a strong malty back bone. Very piney and citrusy.





Cumberland Valley welcomes guests from around the world during 8 different shows hosted by Carlisle Events. With weekends dedicated to Ford, Chrysler, Corvette and more, visitors are sure to find something for every interest.

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Carlisle Auctions offers a 3-Day, 500+ car collector/classic car auction


Car shows, speed­ways, drag ways, and antique car museums offer car collectors, racing fans and auto enthusiasts a year-round destination.

Buy, sell & trade all things automotive within the 82-acre facility Carlisle Auctions offers a 3-Day, 500+ car collector/classic car auction



YOUR WEEKEND WITH MORE HORSEPOWER Looking to plan a weekend getaway? Cumberland Valley hosts some of the best auto experiences in the country. Whether you are a regular visitor or you are making your first trip, hop in your car, rev the engine, and take the scenic route to see all we have to offer. From March to October, Williams Grove Speedway offers some of the best 410 Sprint Car racing in the country. Racing greats such as Mario Andretti and A.J. Foyt have raced at the Grove so don’t miss your opportunity for a revved up night of racing. Kids under 12 are FREE for all events. The Rolls Royce Museum is a unique museum focused on Rolls Royce and Bentley motorcars. This hidden gem also has an extensive research library and functioning garage. Take a short self-guided tour to see classics such as a 1929 Springfield Phantom I or a 1956 Bentley S1. Guests are welcome to open the doors and check out the interior of the cars in order to see and appreciate the quality craftsmanship of these vehicles. On Sundays, at the South Mountain Raceway, from early spring through late October, experience a variety of vehicles that scream down the one-eighth mile drag strip which has been in operation for over 50 years. Interested in racing cars instead of looking at them? Head to Autobahn Indoor Speedway’s state-of-the-art building where you can get behind the wheel of high-speed electric, Italian pro-karts that can reach speeds of up to 50 mph. Located in nearby Hershey, the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum offers a world-class automotive experience through interactive exhibits and displays featuring vintage vehicles from the 1890s to the 1980s. From old bikes and buses to motorcycles and cars, everywhere you look is a piece of nostalgia. With more than 150 vehicles in their collection, guests can see everything from an 1896 Ford Quadricycle and 1924 REO Funeral Hearse to a 1950 Studebaker and a 1966 Harley Davidson Model M50 Sport.

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STEP BACK IN TIME Founded in 1750, Cumberland Valley is steeped in history. As you explore, you’ll find museums and historical sites where you can interact with the past in new ways and uncover why the Valley is as passionate about history as it is about making it. Here are fascinating history facts to help you start planning your journey. 

Organized in 1789, Union Fire Co. No. 1 in Carlisle is the oldest continuously-operating volunteer fire company in Pennsylvania and houses a museum.


During the Civil War, more than 40,000 soldiers passed through Mt. Holly Springs on their way to Gettysburg. Visitors can see the gravestone for an unknown Confederate soldier, who died at the Holly Inn after falling ill, in the borough cemetery. Today visitors can enjoy dining and an overnight stay at the historic Holly Inn.


The Cumberland Valley Railroad pioneered the use of sleeping cars in the spring of 1839, a first on any American railroad. You can view four 1800’s buildings from the Cumberland Valley Railroad at the Mechanicsburg Museum.


Mary Ludwig Hays (better known as Molly Pitcher) is renowned for her bravery at the Battle of Monmouth during the Revolutionary War where she assisted her husband at his gun station. Visit her grave and statue at the Old Graveyard in Carlisle on E. South Street.


The Carlisle Indian Industrial School, the remnants of which can be viewed on the Carlisle Barracks, is where Olym­pian Jim Thorpe and more than 10,000 American Indian children went to school from 1879–1918.



Dill’s Tavern is a 12-room stone structure erected from 1794 to 1819. It was originally situated on a 500-acre farm that was also home to a huge distillery operation. The tavern hosts numerous special events and is open for guided tours on Sunday afternoons.   Carlisle Theatre, originally called The Comerford, opened in May 1939. The Art Deco theatre flourished through the 1960s, declined in the 1970s and closed in 1986. The restored Theatre was reopened in 1993 and a visit to Carlisle would not be complete without stopping to see a movie or musical performance.   Legend has it that it was no less than the uncle of American Folk hero Davey Crockett who first settled along the Yellow Breeches Creek where Allenberry Resort sits today. The Still House is one of Allenberry Resort’s original stone buildings. A recent renovation makes it an ideal location to stay with the entire family.

FAMILY FUN • From the interactive exhibits at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center to the full-size mounts of animals such as zebras, giraffes and elephants at the Oakes Museum, history in Cumberland Valley is fun and informative for the entire family. Take a break from the learning and let loose with laser tag, go-karts and arcade games at Carlisle Sports Emporium or bounce, flip and jump at Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park. See page 18 for more suggestions. HOPS • After a day of exploring the museums and outdoor locations that make Cumberland Valley the ideal location for history buffs, relax at our brew pubs and restaurants where you can sample craft beer and taste our delicious food. See page 8 for more information about the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail. LOCAL DISCOVERIES • Find a self-guided walking tour of your choice at Whether you want to discover the historic areas of Boiling Springs, explore the old public graveyard in Carlisle, or learn more about the iron industry at Pine Grove Furnace State Park, you can interact with the past while encountering new places. Along the way, you will find local discoveries – from an off-the-beaten-path hiking trail, to a fine-dining restaurant, or a fine arts and crafts store – that make Cumberland Valley a one-of-a-kind destination.



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U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center Interactive exhibits, such as a simulated shooting range and a parachute drop, focus on telling the story of U.S. Army soldiers through their personal accounts, journals, and records – from the Spanish-American War to current operations.



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Appalachian Trail Museum

The only museum in the country dedicated solely to hiking is located inside a 200-year-old grist mill. It portrays and preserves the history and the physical, emotional and spiritual human experiences of the Appalachian Trail (A.T).



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Mechanicsburg Museum Association

In addition to preserving four historic 1800s buildings from the Cumberland Valley Railroad, the Museum offers changing exhibits that reflect Mechanicsburg’s history and heritage.

Rolls Royce Museum

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LeTort Spring Run Nature Trail

Located near downtown Carlisle, the trail runs alongside the LeTort Spring Run and features interpretive signage that highlights the namesake of the LeTort, steam-based industries along the trail, the South Mountain Railroad, and historic architecture. The trail is ideal for hiking, biking and bird watching.

Camp Michaux

Two miles northwest of Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Camp Michaux has been a church camp, Civilian Conservation Corps Camp, a secret POW camp during WWII, and a working farm with links to the iron industry. Download a self-guided walking tour at to learn more about this quiet location in the ridges of the South Mountain.


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Army Heritage Trail

The Army Heritage Trail at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center allows users to experience the history of the U.S. Army while walking along this one-mile loop. Fourteen individual exhibits from the French & Indian War through current operations can be enjoyed and explored.

Carlisle’s Historic Wayside Markers

28 markers in downtown Carlisle highlight the town’s rich history dating back to the 1700s. High­lights include the Old County Prison, the Carlisle Theatre and the Old Public Graveyard. Explore on your own or follow the self-guided walking tour. Download the tour at or pick up a printed copy at the Visitors Center.

Cumberland Valley Rail Trail

This 11-mile trail from Shippensburg to Newville follows the path of the old Cumberland Valley Railroad through wooded areas and farmlands. Stop along the way to read the 13 interpretive waypoint signs that focus on the agricultural and Civil War heritage in this region of the Cumberland Valley.

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JOURNEY TO DISCOVER & EXPLORE Take a weekend journey to discover and explore the serene and stunning landscape of the beautiful Cumberland Valley. Whether you are seeking out breathtaking views or looking to recharge with a stroll along a quiet path, you will return home feeling refreshed and inspired.

WATER RECREATION Outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts will find Cumberland Valley’s scenic streams and lakes ideal for fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

Boating Discover our river trails, lakes, and creeks. Susquehanna Outfitters and Blue Mountain Outfitters both offer boat rentals and guided tours while Pine Grove Furnace State Park rents kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats for use on Laurel Lake. Here are some of our best boating locations. 

The idyllic 59-acre Opossum Lake has three access points. Boating is limited to boats powered by electric motor and unpowered boats.


Enjoy the mountain scenery while floating on the calming waters of the 25-acre Laurel Lake in Pine Grove Furnace State Park.


For a soothing float trip, the Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat is an authentic stern-driven paddle wheeler that offers daily, seasonal public sightseeing cruises as well as themed events.


A scenic canoe or kayak trip along the Conodoguinet Creek or Yellow Breeches Creek (a PA Designated Scenic River) is the perfect way to unwind and cool down on a hot summer day.

With over 54,000 acres, 200 miles of trail, three state parks, two state forests, and scenic waterways, it’s hard to describe all the hidden gems waiting to be found here. You can escape from the buzzing electronics and mundane to-do lists with zen-filled spaces and adrenaline-pumping adventures. After a day outside, continue your outdoor experience with a stay at one of our campgrounds or relax at one of our comfortable hotels or B&Bs.


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Cumberland Valley is a fly-fisher’s paradise with three of the world’s premier fly-fishing destinations. Bring your own equipment or buy or rent what you need when you get here. TCO Outdoors is the place to shop for all your fly-fishing needs.


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The world-renowned Yellow Breeches Creek originates on South Mountain and meanders through farmland, forested areas and suburbs before joining the Susquehanna River. The most popular catch and release section is a mile long and runs through Allenberry Resort in Boiling Springs. Designated as a “Pennsylvania Scenic River”, Yellow Breeches never has a shortage of trout (mix of stocked and wild trout).



LeTort Spring Run is one of the finest limestone trout streams in the country, known for large wild browns. Copious reed beds and taxing currents make this spot a challenge.


Big Spring Creek Greenway is a world-famous limestone creek that flows through woodland and farmland for six miles before emptying into the Conodoguinet Creek. With a consistent flow of cool, fertile water, it is filled with some streambred rainbows and brown trout and the population of stream-bred brook trout is also on the rebound. There is a one-mile catch and release fly-fishing only section. Below that is open regulated water.

Following the same path as the historic Cumberland Valley railroad corridor, the 11-mile Cumberland Valley Rail Trail features a flat surface ideal for biking and horseback riding. The corridor of woods and shrubs adjacent to farms and grasslands is also the perfect spot for bird watching.


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Find a few hours of peace along the charming and scenic Children’s Lake in Boiling Springs. This lake literally bubbles due to a naturally fed spring. Follow the path of the Appalachian Trail along the lake or feed the ducks and watch the swans glide across the water. Bring a picnic lunch or rent a rowboat from TCO Outdoors. The lake is also stocked with trout and is open to all ages for fishing.

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The Mansion at Kings Gap offers a quiet oasis with panoramic views of the whole Cumberland Valley. You will find this 100-year-old building at the end of a four-mile winding drive through Kings Gap Environmental Education Center. Spend some time in the peaceful Mansion garden or choose from more than 20 miles of hiking trails. The Mansion is open for weekend stays from June through mid-November.


  Flat Rock Trail is 2.5 miles (one way) leading from Colonel Denning State Park to the top of Blue Mountain in Tuscarora State Forest. The trail climbs over 900 feet in elevation with rocks and loose gravel. At the top is a natural rock outcrop where hikers are rewarded with a spectacular 180-degree view of Cumberland Valley.

Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch is one of the best sites in the Cumberland Valley to see Golden Eagles and one of the best locations in Pennsylvania to watch the fall hawk migration. Choose from two trails to reach the top of the rocky outcrop which consists of tumbled boulders.

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  Pole Steeple’s steep but rewarding .75-mile climb takes you to a beautiful white and maroon-colored quartzite rock outcropping with sweeping vistas of Pine Grove Furnace State Park. If you are looking for a more moderate climb, a second longer trail heads out around the cliffs so you can avoid climbing on the rocks.

  Whiskey Springs and White Rocks Trail offer the opportunity for those looking to combine hiking and rock climbing. As hikers ascend White Rocks Trail they will encounter increasing amounts of rocks and plenty of opportunities for rock scrambling. At the summit, hikers are treated to a sprawling view of the valley below. At Whiskey Springs, following the steep ¼-mile trail until you reach the first outcrops. The boulders range in size and skill level.


Are you looking for a different type of adventure? • Fly through the air with the Vertical Trek Canopy Tour or roll down a mountain suspended inside an 11-foot diameter OGO Ball at Roundtop Mountain Resort. In the colder months, unleash your best skiing or snowboarding moves on Roundtop’s pristine powder.

• Biking trails abound throughout Cumberland Valley, but for an in-depth adventure try a guided one or two-day mountain bike trip through Michaux State Forest with Sacred Rides Michaux. • Awakening Adventures PA provides hands-on lessons for those interested in learning more about rock climbing.





The Appalachian Trail is the most famous hiking trail in the U.S., extending 2,189 miles from Georgia to Maine. 46 miles of the A.T. meander through Cumberland Valley, including a 13-mile section that is the longest, lowest and flattest section on the entire trail and one of the most accessible portions to park and take a short day trip or a weekend getaway.

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MAKE IT A WEEKEND Extend your trip and stay like an A.T. thru-hiker at the Ironmaster’s Mansion, an historic building now serving as a hostel; enjoy a rustic weekend of camping at the Valley’s state parks, campgrounds and RV parks; or a luxurious stay at Allenberry Resort in Boiling Springs.

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FRESH-PICKED FUN Cumberland Valley is the epicenter for fresh foods and locally-grown farm products. With a strong agricultural heritage and an abundance of orchards and farm stands, you won’t have to travel far to experience the beauty and bounty of each season. Here are some highlights to help you travel like the locals. TIP: Many of the locations are open seasonally. Be sure to check for months and hours of operation. Start a fresh-picked fun weekend at Maplewood Farm Market in Shippensburg. This farm market and greenhouse sells vegetables, melons, berries, tree fruit, pumpkins, deli items, preserves, cider, eggs, dairy products and cheeses, baked goods, honey, flowers, herbs, and more. You can also find u-pick strawberries and pumpkins in season.


  Paulus Farm Market in Mechanicsburg is known for their u-pick flowers and pumpkins. Pick a wonderful bouquet for an amazing price! Paulus is also a great place to bring the kids. In the warm months, kids can climb on the wooden tractor and wagon, visit with barnyard animals and swing on a horse tire. In the fall, they can enjoy a mini-straw maze, corn and soybean boxes and a slide and climb area. 

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Although many of our farm stands are seasonal, local food is still an option in the winter months. Two locations for year-round farm-fresh products are Farmers on the Square in Carlisle, which moves indoors from January through April, and the indoor 60,000-square-foot West Shore Farmers Market in Lemoyne. Ashcombe Farm and Greenhouses is also open year-round and includes a garden center, a gift and floral area, baked goods, produce, gourmet foods, gardening gifts and supplies, display gardens and more.

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  Located on the border between Cumberland and northeastern Adams counties, Peters Orchards farm stand sells apples, peaches, pears, cherries, apricots and more. Enjoy scenic views of Adams County, the largest producer of apples in Pennsylvania and nicknamed “Apple Capital USA.”   Continuing into Adams County, Reid’s Orchard Home Winery & Tasting Room is located on a 100-acre farm dating back to the 1850s. Pick up delectable goodies at the roadside farm stands that you pass along the way and enjoy them with a glass or bottle of Reid’s fruit wines and Apple Crisp Hard Cider — made from their own estate-grown fruit. For a different experience, but with the same delicious wines, try their Tasting Room & Cider House, located in the heart of downtown Gettysburg.

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  Continue the fresh picking at nearby Oak Grove Farms in Mechanicsburg. This family owned and operated farm and store features homegrown specialties like strawberries, sweet corn, cantaloupes and watermelons. You can also pick-your-own flowers, strawberries, raspberries, peas, and beans.

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There is never a dull moment at these hot spots for family fun! Whether you like movies or arcade games or bowling, Cumberland Valley has something for every member of your family to enjoy while you visit.


All kids under 12 will love jumping, sliding and bouncing at Monkey Joe’s year-round indoor inflatable park! With wall-to-wall colorful inflatable slides, jumps, games, puzzles and obstacles, your little one will have the time of their life. There are two designated play areas, one for 3 and under and one for up to 12 years old.


If the kids love wildlife, you can find animals, reptiles and birds from around the world at Lake Tobias, a short drive from Cumberland Valley. Monkeys, tigers, ostriches and other animals educate and entertain visitors in the 50-acre zoo setting. Safari tours take you into herds of wild and exotic animals on 150 acres of rolling land.


A fun alternative to Monkey Joe’s is the nearby SkyZone Indoor Trampoline Park with jumping options for all age levels. If you children are looking for a little bit more of a challenge, head to The Cave in New Cumberland, where there is a designated children’s climbing area for your little ones.


Georgie Lou’s Retro Candy makes you feel like a kid again and has just about every retro candy you can think of. Reminisce and share your childhood stories of saving your pennies to get Swedish Fish and Turkish Taffy.


Experience old-fashioned fun at Cumberland Drive-In Theatre. This theater, one of only approximately 300 drive-in theatres remaining in the United States, is located in Newville. Operating every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening through the summer, a second feature is always included in the admission price.


Create-a-Palooza is an art and activity studio for all ages with “paint your own” pottery, canvas painting, and more. The studio offers a mix of open studio time, which is ideal for drop-in visits, and scheduled classes for those wanting a little bit more structure.


Coliseum Megaplex keeps everyone entertained with a 12-lane bowling alley, billiards room, arcade and games, and 88 plasma TVs plus an on-site restaurant for casual dining.


More indoor fun can be found at Midway Bowling Center. Restored bowling lanes plus pool, ping pong, foosball, and VR gaming, make Midway Bowling an ideal location for great family entertainment at affordable prices.

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For a quieter activity, explore a little piece of the Savannah Desert in Cumberland Valley at the Oakes Museum of Natural History on the campus of Messiah College. The 10,000-square-foot museum is devoted to natural history and features 75 full mounts, including a zebra, giraffe and elephant. TIP: The Museum is only open to the public on Saturdays from 1 pm to 5 pm.


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Carlisle Sports Emporium is Cumberland Valley’s yearround indoor and outdoor interactive entertainment complex. Known as “The Place to Play,” this is the perfect destination for all ages. The interactive fun features indoor and outdoor go-kart tracks, two 18-hole mini golf courses, a 7500 sq. ft. 2-tier Deluxe LED LASERTRON laser tag arena, brand new 4-player Hologate VR, batting cages, a roller skating rink, a café, and the largest arcade in all of PA!

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If it’s a beautiful, sunny fall day and you want to play outside, Paulus Farm Market, has barnyard animals to feed and a fun play area for kids 1–10. Climb around in the hay, take a hayride, get lost and found in a corn maze or a mini straw maze, pick your own pumpkins, sift through a soybean box and more. Parents, you can grab healthy snacks or lunch, do a little shopping at the farm market and during the warmer months pick a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

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CULTURAL GEMS There’s a reason that Cumberland Valley has been consistently voted one of the Top 10 towns in America for craft lovers by American Craft Week. Our specialty shops feature locally-made artwork and artisan crafts unique to the area making it easy for you to find a special memento to remember your trip. From handmade jewelry to artwork and quilts, these items are meant to be treasured for years to come. These are just a few of the specialty shops in the area that reflect the rich heritage and lively local arts scene in the Cumberland Valley. Their charming venues display a vibrant mix of traditional handcrafts and cutting-edge local artists. Go to for a complete list. In the picturesque town of Boiling Springs, you will find the best in American craftsmanship and artistry at Village Artisans Gallery. Housed in a renovated circa 1875 brick church, this shop offers a wonderfully eclectic selection of traditional and contemporary fine American crafts and art along with Folk Art carver Gay Foltz’ working studio. Blown glass, pottery, woodwork, jewelry, tiles, metalwork and handwoven apparel are found alongside fine art, collages and much more. Brain Vessel (The Gallery) features investable art and unique gifts, including playing cards, dice, coasters, prints, framed artwork, and jewelry.

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Be sure to stop by American Artisan Gallery and The Garden Gallery, both in historic downtown Carlisle, to see and purchase a unique assortment of fine arts and crafts. You’ll be sure to find the perfect pieces among the ever-changing mix of beautifully crafted items.

Tickle My Senses, in New Cumberland, showcases one-of-a-kind pieces in mediums including ceramics, glass, wood, mixed media, metals and jewelry from over 125 local, regional, national and Canadian artists.

LOCALLY-MADE JEWELRY These local jewelry stores produce their own handmade baubles, as well as showcase other custom-made designs from various artisans. Meeka Fine Jewelry, in Camp Hill, offers an exceptional selection of unique, custom-made jewelry designed by several artisans from across the country, including the owner’s own jewelry line, custom crafted in her studio at the store. This talented group offers an exclusive collection of earrings, rings, bracelets, necklaces, and brooches. If you’re lucky, you might see the owner making one of her own creations when you stop by.


K Novinger Jewelry Design, in Lemoyne, specializes in custom pieces carefully crafted by individual artists in a studio setting. The boutique also features a variety of exclusive designer jewelry lines hand selected by the owner.

MAKE-YOUR-OWN Foster your creative side by making your own hand-crafted item during a workshop or class at one of these locations. Located in a country setting a few minutes from downtown Mechanicsburg, Ashcombe Farm & Greenhouses has a jam-packed events schedule filled with an array of hands-on adult and children classes. Make your own wreath, log planter, or bird bath, among many other projects. Carlisle Arts Learning Center, located in the heart of downtown Carlisle, offers a fabulous visual arts experience for everyone. The center houses a unique sales gallery with hand-crafted items and fine art and jewelry by local artists. It also showcases a variety of exhibits that engage the audience. If you are looking for a more handson experience, try one of their art classes in mediums such as photography, ceramics, drawing, copper enameling, and painting. The largest gourd manufacturer in the country is located about 15 minutes outside of downtown Carlisle. Decorate your home with beautifullypainted handmade gourds found at Meadowbrooke Gourds. Take a tour to learn how the gourds are grown, cut and painted. Don’t miss out on the opportunity join in on the fun during special event weekends and paint-your-own classes. FUN FACT: Cumberland Valley celebrates American Craft Week each October. Go to to find a list of ACW events, studio tours, and activities that reflect Cumberland Valley’s rich Fine Arts and Crafts heritage.


GOOD BUYS Boiling Springs zip code 17007 Chimneys Violin Shop 614 Lerew Rd | 258-3203 Gerald W. Putt Studio 4 Front St | 258-3775 TCO Outdoors* 2 E. First St | 609-0169 See ad on Inside Front Cover Village Artisans Gallery* 321 Walnut St | 258-3256 See ad on page 23

Camp Hill zip code 17011 Blooms by Vickrey 2125 Market St | 737-0212 Capital City Mall 3506 Capital City Mall Dr 737-8275 Carmina Cristina Makeup Boutique 2209 Market St | 343-2805 Chemise Women’s Boutique 2205 Market St (215) 740-9598

There are almost too many locally-owned and specialty shops in Cumberland Valley to mention. Visit our website for a complete list and more information. NOTE: Area code is (717) unless otherwise noted. *Denotes advertising partner Holmes Cycling & Fitness 2139 Market St | 737-3461 Little Bits & Pieces Gift Boutique 2208 Market St | 412-4195 Little Black Dress 1845 Market St | 525-7488 Meeka Fine Jewelry 2135 Market St | 979-5448 MollyBee Toys 1849 Market St | 603-2557 One Good Woman 1845 Market St | 975-8101 Sweet 504 1849 Market St | 884-4919 Underneath It All 1849 Market St | 761-7474 World Cup Ski & Cycle 3804 Gettysburg Rd | 730-9402

Carlisle zip code 17013 unless otherwise noted 360 Dance Fitters 22 N. Pitt St | 249-7313

Christmas Tree Hill 3309 Hartzdale Dr | 975-0505

American Artisan Gallery 35 N. Hanover St | 254-6136

Field & Stream 3500 Capital City Mall Dr 307-2055

Antiques on Hanover 17 N. Hanover St | 249-6285

Healthy Grocer, The 3800 Trindle Rd | 737-5123 Hello Gorgeous Consignment Boutique 3730 Market St | 695-3823


Appalachian Running Company 290 E. Pomfret St | 241-5674 Bedford Street Antiques LLC 44 N. Bedford St | 241-5309 Bookery, The 158 W. High St | 243-4642

Boutique on Pomfret 16 W. Pomfret St | 357-7594 Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC) 38 W. Pomfret St | 249-6973 Carlisle Country Market Farmers Market & Specialty Shops 1446 Holly Pike 17015 254-6457 Cole’s Bicycles, Inc. 327 N. Hanover St | 249-3833 clothesVine, The 134 W. High St | 249-7909 Earth Artisan & Outfitter 37 W. Chapel Ave | 713-6170 jmillerfineart Fabric Center 41 W. Pomfret St | 243-5076 Feathers in the Nest 61 W. Chapel Ave | 385-3280 feathersintheneStcom Garden Gallery 10 N. Hanover St | 249-1721 Georgie Lou’s Retro Candy 56 W. High St | 243-1002 Gilded Door Oil & Vinegar Tap Room 9 E. High St | 620-9560 Gracefull Heart 1953C W. Trindle Rd 240-0400 greatest gift, the 117 N. Hanover St | 243-5562 History on High – The Shop 33 W. High St | 249-1626 JW Music 127 N. Hanover St | 258-6765

K. Olson Ceramics 34 W. Pomfret St Kitchen Shoppe & Cooking School 101 Shady Ln | 243-0906 Lindt Chocolate Factory Outlet 40 Logistics Dr | 218-8158 Lutz’s Antiques 1233 Ritner Hwy | 241-0440 Marjorie’s Gems 44 S. Hanover St | 701-8148 Meadowbrooke Gourds 125 Potato Rd 17015 776-6029 | Miss Ruth’s Time Bomb 24 N. Hanover St | 241-2662 Miz Babsy’s Country Boutique 1953 Holly Pike 17015 486-8879 Mummert Chocolates 21 W. Pomfret St | 258-9341 Nancy Stamm’s Galleria 2 N. Hanover St | 240-0551 No Common Scents 15 N. Hanover St | 579-0759 Northgate Antique Mall* 726 N. Hanover St | 243-5802 See ad on page 23 Olde Susquehanna House 162 York Rd | 243-5952 Pat Craig Studios* 30 W. Pomfret St | 245-0382 See ad on page 23 Pomfret Street Books 21 E. Pomfret St | 258-8104 The Pond: Artist Studio & Gallery* 32-34 W. Pomfret St 805-3519 See ad on page 23




Serendipity Antique Gallery 876 N. Hanover St | 218-7715

Tastealotta 829 State St | 731-9900

Paulus Farm Market 1216 S. York St | 697-4330

Nest Egg Interiors 315 Bridge St | 774-1700

StoneHouse Road Vintage Antiques 1554 Holly Pike | 439-2286

West Shore Farmers Market 900 Market St | 737-9881

RecordSmith 16 N. Market St | 713-1636

Oxford Hall Celtic Shop 233 Bridge St | 774-8789


Rosemary House, The 120 S. Market St | 697-5111

Smith Custom Framing & Fine Art Gallery 190 Reno Ave | 774-4301

Tutto Bambino Studio & Boutique 14 W. Louther St | 385-6886 Whistlestop Bookshop 129 W. High St | 243-4744

Enola zip code 17025 Cupboard Maker Books 157 N. Enola Rd | 732-7288 Leaf of Eve 149 N. Enola Dr | 732-2564

Lemoyne zip code 17043 Antique Marketplace of Lemoyne 415 Bosler Ave | 761-2865 Art & Soul Gallery 900 Market St | 761-1270 Baby Bug and Me 900 Market St | 763-1780 Higashi Jewelry & Eyewear 900 Market St | 303-0336 JW Music Lemoyne 331 Market St | 761-8222 K Novinger Jewelry Design 1200 Market St | 773-9419 Kauffman’s 222 S. Third St | 763-0829

zip code 17055 unless otherwise noted Art Center School & Galleries 18 Artcraft Dr 17050 697-2072 theartcenterschoolandgalleries. com Ashcombe Farm & Greenhouses 906 W. Grantham Rd 766-7611 | Asma Gifts 115 W. Main St | 795-1939 BrainVessel (The Gallery)* 4704 Carlisle Pike | 350-2306 See ad on page 23 Brittle Bark 33 W. Main St | 697-6950 Caromal Colours 13 E. Main St | 790-3190 Civil War and More 10 S. Market St | 766-1899 Generations Studio & Shoppe 4 W. Allen St | 795-4467 Hershey Violins 11 W. Main St | 697-6341 Just Clogs 15 W. Main St | 766-6092 K. Marie & Company 111 Walden Way 17050 386-5731

Macris Chocolates 1200 Market St | 412-7129

Mechanicsburg Mystery Bookshop 6 Clouser Rd | 795-7470

Sassy 900 Market St | 635-2585

Mountainside Ski & Sports 5142 Trindle Rd 17050 697-2063

String Theory Yarn Shop 829 State St | 775-1689

Not So Shabby 226 E. Main St | 903-9914

Susan’s Treasures 900 Market St | 731-7250

Oak Grove Farms 846 Fisher Rd | 766-2216


Snazzy Giraffe 104 Walden Way 17050 590-5147 Stauffers of Kissel Hill 51 Gettysburg Pike | 766-7993 Three Little Birds Boutique 6455 Carlisle Pike 17050 309-2348 Vintage Etc. 70 W. Main St | 210-8234 Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop 6391 Carlisle Pike 17050 697-9000

Mt. Holly Springs zip code 17065 Red Door Antiques 264 N. Baltimore St Stand Alone Furniture and Collectables 242 N. Baltimore Ave 808-6975 Precision Fly Fishing & Tackle 502 N. Baltimore Ave 218-8434 Whimsical Poppy, The 417 N. Baltimore Ave 486-5202

New Cumberland zip code 17070 3rd Street Gallery 214 Third St | 350-8405 Funtastik Skate and Snow 309 Bridge St | 697-6692 Half Moon Handwerks 214 Third St | 774-3020 Inner Connection, The 300 Bridge St | 833-4325

Tickle My Senses Gallery 315 Bridge St | 774-1168

Newville zip code 17214 Bear’s Variety Den 617 Bloserville Rd | 776-0086

Shippensburg zip code 17257 Book Junction, The 62 E. King St | 532-3068 Dutch Country Store 10 Mooney Rd | 477-9339 Maplewood Farm Market 8564 Old Scotland Rd 532-8973 maplewoodproduceand Merv’s Bike Shop 300 Fire House Rd | 776-4177 Old N Things 305A S. Fayette St | 477-5181 Raspberry Jam 211 E. King St | 530-6001 ShippenStitch 45 W. King St | 477-6938 Silla, Ltd. Fine Antiques, Art & Sculpture 117 W. Burd St | 708-9017 Vintage Vault, The 745 Orrstown Rd Whiskers Vintage and Vinyl 37 E. Garfield St | 440-1606 whiskersvintage WM and Mary Antiques 58 East King St | 532-7964

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Cumberland Valley has an assortment of restaurants from those serving up simple comfort food to ethnic cuisine that invites you to dine around the world. Visit our website for a complete list and more information. And, don’t forget our dessert shops and craft beverage locations. NOTE: Area code is (717) unless otherwise noted. *Denotes advertising partner

Boiling Springs zip code 17007 Anile’s Ristorante & Pizzeria 6 Front St | 258-5070 Barn at Allenberry, The 1559 Boiling Springs Rd 258-3211 | Boiling Springs Tavern 1 E. First St | 258-3614 Caffe 101 101 Front St | 254-6121 Sugar Shack, The 101 W. 1st St | 919-8543 thesugarshackofboilingsprings. com

Camp Hill zip code 17011 Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar 1300 Camp Hill Bypass 730-9464 Brewhouse Grille 2050 State Rd | 737-0030 Cafe Uovo 2163 Market St | 761-6856 Cedars Restaurant 2153 Market St | 238-3360 Cliff’s Tavern & The Underground LIVE 1104 Carlisle Rd | 412-7323 Cork and Fork Osteria 4434 Carlisle Pike | 317-9366 Cornerstone Coffeehouse 2133 Market St | 737-5026 Dolce Vita Italian Restaurant 1509 Market St | 732-7202

Ever Grain Brewing Co. 4444 Carlisle Pike | 525-8222

Brick Kitchen & Bar 113 W. High St | 462-4567

Federal Taphouse 3721 Market St | 695-7820

Burd’s Nest Brewing Co. 19 N. Hanover St | 385-7152

Flinchy’s 1833 Hummel Ave | 761-9000

Cafe Bruges 16 N. Pitt St | 960-0223

Marie’s Café 4401 Carlisle Pike | 761-7661

Carlisle Thai Cuisine 141 W. High St | 249-2007

Masala Bistro 3401 Hartzdale Dr | 975-9091 Nikoli’s Pizza 3904 Gettysburg Rd | 763-7778 Pennsylvania Bakery 1713 Market St | 763-7755 Pizza Grille, The 3817 Gettysburg Rd | 920-5350 Sierra Madre Saloon 4035 Market St | 763-1277 Sophia’s on Market 3700 Market St | 975-3800 Theo’s Bar & Grille 3315 Hartzdale Dr | 737-6965 Zag’s Pizza 2201 Market St | 303-0444

Carlisle zip code 17013 unless otherwise noted 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion 10 S. Hanover St | 960-1000 Alibis Eatery & Spirits 10 N. Pitt St | 462-4629 Aya Japanese Steakhouse 255 S. Spring Garden St 218-8000


Castlerigg Wine Shop 110 S. Hanover St | 462-4663 Chen’s Asian Restaurant 310 N. Hanover St | 258-1238

Hamilton Restaurant 55 W. High St | 249-4410 Helena’s Chocolate Cafe & Creperie 36 W. High St | 254-6453 Hook & Irons Distillery* 137 N. Hanover St See ad on page 27 Horner’s Corner BBQ 1900 Spring Rd | 258-4227 Issei Noodle 54 W.High St | 243-7826 Jewels of India 26 N. Hanover St | 254-6585

Denim Coffee 1 S. Hanover St | 382-6104

Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream 816 W. High St | 960-0000

Desperate Times Brewery* 1201 Carlisle Springs Rd 706-3192 See ad on page 27

Lili’s Place Market & Cafe 10 W. Pomfret St | 245-0003

El Rodeo, Carlisle 853 N. Hanover St | 241-6288 Fay’s Country Kitchen 203 S. Hanover St | 243-5510 Fiddlers Bar & Grille 1 Mayapple Dr | 258-1800 George’s Subs & Pizza 121 West High St | 243-5809 Gingerbread Man 5 S. Courthouse Ave | 249-6970 Grand Illusion Hard Cider* 26 W. High St | 462-4716 See ad on page 26 Grazery 156 W. High St | 249-4310

Market Cross Pub & Brewery* 113 N. Hanover St | 258-1234 See ad on page 27 Massey’s Frozen Custard 600 W. High St | 249-2258 Molly Pitcher Brewing Co.* 139 W. High St | 422-5591 See ad on page 7 Momma Spriggs 160 York Rd | 701-8645 Mt. Fuji 149 N. Hanover St | 243-2788 Neato Burrito Carlisle 800 E. High St | 254-6107 North Hanover Grille 37 N. Hanover St | 241-5517 Pizza Grille, The 1007 Ritner Hwy | 218-2320


Redd’s Smokehouse BBQ 109 N. Hanover St | 254-6419

Tavern on the Hill 109 Howard St | 732-2077

Rustic Tavern 823 Newville Rd | 245-2999

Visaggio’s Ristorante 6990 Wertzville Rd | 697-8082

Scalles 2 York Rd | 249-0099


Seve-N-Dots Publik Pizza Place 40 E. Louther St | 249-0333 South Side Deli 333 B St | 422-5843 Spoons Cafe 57 W. Pomfret St | 793-1048 Square Bean 25 W.High St | 701-8921 Taqueria Laurita 150 W. High St | 386-5099 The Winery at The Long Shot Farm 1925 McClures Gap Rd Yak N Yeti Carlisle 49 W. High St | 462-6984

Chambersburg zip code 17201 GearHouse Brewing Co. 253 Grant St | 552-2427 Roy Pitz Brewing Company 140 N. Third St | 496-8753

Dillsburg zip code 17019 Big Bottom Brewery/Al’s Pizza of Dillsburg 6 Tristan Dr | 502-8800

Enola zip code 17025 Al’s of Hampden 2240 Millennium Way 728-3840 | Jigsy’s Brewpub & Old Forge Pizza 225 N. Enola Dr | 732-7708 Kristy’s Whistle Stop 600 S. Enola Rd | 909-3881

zip code 17324 Twirly Top Drive-In 1 Pine Grove Rd | 486-3424


Mechanicsburg zip code 17055 unless otherwise noted Appalachian Brewing Company 6462 Carlisle Pike | 795-4660 Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar 4713 Carlisle Pike 17050 737-1600 Bamboo Frozen Yogurt Cafe 5001 Carlisle Pike 17050 525-8798


El Rodeo (2 locations) 6417 Carlisle Pike 17050 791-0617 | 4956 Carlisle Pike 17050 730-4401 | Game Table Café, The 4900 Carlisle Pike 17050 | 695-0836 Gilligan’s Bar & Grill 5002 Carlisle Pike 17050 | 763-1200 Gingerbread Man 26 W. Main St | 697-8882

Appalachian Brewing Company 50 N. Cameron St 17101 221-1080 |

Bangkok Wok 125 Gateway Square 795-7292

Harty Brewing Company 146 Walden Way 17050 395-3478 |

Millworks 340 Verbeke St 17102 695-4888

BCB Rossmoyne 4902 Louise Dr

Hellenic Kouzina Greek Cafe 500 E. Main St | 766-2990

Black N Bleu 6108 Carlisle Pike 17050 458-8105

Isaac’s Famous Grilled Sandwiches (2 locations) 4940 Ritter Rd | 766-1111

Bombay Junction 6499 Carlisle Pike | 697-4282

6520 Carlisle Pike 17050 | 795-1925

Bonbon Cafe 6499 Carlisle Pike 17050 | 795-4379

Jo Jo’s Pizza & Pasta Downtown 107 W. Main St | 766-8292

Vegetable Hunter, The 614 N. 2nd St 17101 695-6229 Zeroday Brewing Co. 250 Reily St 17102 | 745-6218

Lemoyne zip code 17043 Akitas 834 Market St | 761-1988 El Rodeo 921 Market St | 737-6559 Isaac’s Famous Grilled Sandwiches 1200 W. Market St | 731-9545 Korealicious 829 State St | 317-9015 Neato Burrito 1200 Market St | 731-3434 Pizza Grille, The 901 State St | 731-6717

Caddy Shack 800 Orrs Bridge Rd 17050| 975-0940 Cafe Magnolia 4700 Old Gettysburg Rd 901-9700 Capital Joe Coffee 36 W. Main St | 691-1350 Chalit’s Thai Bistro 5517-A Carlisle Pike 17050 695-9889 Duck Donuts 6230 Carlisle Pike 17050 691-1005

Vrai 1015 Market St | 412-0067

Duke’s West 5302 Carlisle Pike 17050 478-3853

West Shore Farmers Market 900 Market St | 737-9881

Eckel’s Ice Cream Fountain 36 E. Main St | 458-8551

Larsen Meadworks 35 W. Main St | 215-0279 Maggie’s Italian Ice & Frozen Custard 147 Gettysburg Pike 17050 697-4200 Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Co. 4925 Ritter Rd | 766-6289 Mellow Mink Brewing 4830 Carlisle Pike 17050 693-7687 | Mikado Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar 4717 Carlisle Pike 17050 761-5133 Neato Burrito (2 locations) 6391 Carlisle Pike 17050 691-4193 | 5238 Simpson Ferry Rd 17050 766-1518 | Nolo’s Bar & Restaurant 227 Rich Valley Rd 17050 691-8805




Pho 7 Spice 4830 Carlisle Pike 17050 412-7155

THEA 1303 Saxon Way | 759-4654

Pho Miss Saigon 5206 Simpson Ferry Rd 795-9696

Mt. Holly Springs

Rakestraw’s Ice Cream Company Store 313 S Market St | 691-5353 Sakura Japanese Cuisine 6499 Carlisle Pike 17050 697-6000 Sapporo Esat 4612 Carlisle Pike 17050 303-0333 Snapper’s Bar and Grill 120 E. Allen St | 697-9475 Sophia’s at Walden 129 Walden Way 17050 791-0100 T.J. Rockwells 896 W. Grantham Rd 766-4200 Tatiana’s Restaurant 4601 Gettysburg Rd | 695-0547

zip code 17065

Yak N Yeti 213 3rd St | 744-0333 Zanelli’s Italian Restaurant & Bakery 316 Bridge St | 547-6250

Holy Smokehouse BBQ 13 S. Earl St | 530-5844 Kathy’s Deli 891 W. King St | 477-8300

Cassell’s Grille 5 W. Pine St | 486-8800

zip code 17214

Pizza House 100 E. King St | 530-5300

Crumbs Cafe 101 Watts St | 609-1120

Jaymee Lee’s Diner 8 S. High St | 776-7800

Wheelhouse Café, The 300 N. Earl St | 300-3606

Holly Inn 31 S Baltimore Ave | 486-3823

New Cumberland zip code 17070 Brew Crumberland’s Best 1903 Bridge St | 774-6511 Dead Lightning Distillery 311 Bridge St | 695-7284 Hanna’s Ice Cream Shoppe 321 Bridge St | 576-5477 Murphy’s Homestyle 600 Bridge St | 774-714 Neato Burrito 316 4th St | 770-0390 Oxford Hall Celtic Shop 233 Bridge St | 774-8789





zip code 17257

zip code 17043

Appalachian Brewing Company 15 W. King St | 477-5944

Dewz Dogz 930 N. Front St | 226-3154

Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar 105 W. King St | 221-9464

Dockside Willies 449 S. Front St | 730-4443

Cabin on King 227 W. King St | 532-2246 CJ’s American Pub & Grill 487 E. King St | 532-5612 Goose Bros Ice Cream 81 Walnut Bottom Rd 477-0010

Dukes Riverside Bar & Grille 313 S. Front St | 737-1313 RockBass Grill 461 S. Front St | 731-1160

Market Cross Pub & Brewery Comfort Food for Every Occasion

Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily with Kids Menu Full Bar • On-Site Brewery Imports & Craft Beer • Live Music

113 North Hanover Street, Downtown Carlisle

717-258-1234 •

L O CA L GR A I N T O GL A S S CR A F T DI S T I L L E RY 137 N. Hanover Street Carlisle, PA 17013 @hookandironsdistillery

Voted “Best Brewery in Cumberland Valley” Silver Medal winner at 2017 Great American Beer Fest (GABF) 2 Bronze Medals at the 2018 US Beer Open 1201 Carlisle Springs Rd. • Carlisle, PA 717.706.3192

12 Beers on tap, full menu, outdoor seating and kid/pet friendly





In addition to the highlighted attractions below, go to for a complete list of places to discover and explore. While here, begin your journey at the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center (33 W. High St, Carlisle) where you can find helpful brochures and maps as well as friendly staff to offer suggestions. NOTE: Area code is (717) unless otherwise noted. *Denotes advertising partner

Adams-Ricci Community Park 100 E. Penn Dr, Enola 17025 732-0711 | Antique Automobile Club of America Museum 161 Museum Dr, Hershey 17033 | 566-7100 Appalachian Trail Museum 1120 Pine Grove Rd, Gardners 17324 486-8126 | Aschombe Farm & Greenhouses 906 W. Grantham Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055 766-7611 | Autobahn Indoor Speedway 1001 Bosler Ave, Lemoyne 17043 | 965-4000 Awakening Adventures PA 712-6140 | Beyond Beauty Skin Therapy 1924 Market St, Camp Hill 17011 | 695-6583 Blue Mountain Outfitters* 103 S. State Rd, Marysville 17053 | 957-2413 See ad on page 23 Big Spring Creek Greenway Big Spring Rd, Newville 17241 705-7850

Camp Michaux GPS Coordinates 40° 02’ 16”N -77° 20’ 27”W 40.0379°N -77.3404°W

Cumberland County Historical Society 21 N. Pitt St, Carlisle 17013 249-7610 |

Carlisle Barracks/ Carlisle Indian Industrial School 870 Jim Thorpe Dr, Carlisle 17013 | 245-3721

Cumberland Drive-In Theatre 715 Centerville Rd., Newville 17241 | 776-5212 |

Carlisle Events* 1000 Bryn Mawr Rd, Carlisle 17013 | 243-7855 See ad on page 27 Carlisle Sports Emporium* 29 S. Middlesex Rd, Carlisle 17015 | 258-4741 See ads on page 19 and Back Cover Carlisle Theatre* 44 W. High St, Carlisle 17013 258-0666 | See ad on page 26 Children’s Lake Route 174, Boiling Springs, PA 17007 | 705-7850 Coliseum Megaplex 410 St. John’s Church Rd, Camp Hill 17001 | 972-1000 Colonel Denning State Park 1599 Doubling Gap Rd, Newville 17241 | 776-5272 Conodoguinet Creek Water Trail Create-A-Palooza 11 E. High St, Carlisle 17013 409-5036 |


Cumberland Valley Rail Trail Trailheads at: 23 McFarland St, Newville 17241 401 Oakville Rd, Shippensburg 17257 304 Britton Rd, Shippensburg 17257 860-0444 | Dill’s Tavern 227 N. Baltimore St, Dillsburg 17019 | 502-1440 Dissolve Float Spa 2211 Market St, Camp Hill 17011 | 730-0600 Farmers on the Square Hanover & High Sts, Carlisle 17013 H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center* 1871 Old Main Dr, Shippensburg 17257 477-7469 | See ad on page 6 Hygea Wellness 2321 Market St, Camp Hill 17011 | 412-0447

Kings Gap Environmental Education Center 500 Kings Gap Rd, Carlisle 17015 | 486-5031 Lake Tobias* 760 Tobias Rd, Halifax 17032 362-9126 | See ad on page 31 LeTort Spring Run Nature Trail 250 E. Pomfret St, Carlisle Maplewood Farm Market 8564 Old Scotland Rd, Shippensburg 17257 532-8973 | maplewood Mechanicsburg Museum Association 2 W. Strawberry Alley, Mechanicsburg 17055 697-6088 Mid-Atlantic Appalachian Trail Conservancy Office 4 E. First St, Boiling Springs 17007 | 258-5771 Midway Bowling Center 1561 Holly Pike, Carlisle 17015 249-1222 | Molly Pitcher Grave & Statue S. Bedford & E. South Sts, Carlisle 17013 Monkey Joe’s 3608 Hartzdale Dr, Camp Hill 17011 | 635-8300 Mt. Holly Marsh Preserve Route 34, Mt. Holly Springs 17065 | 240-5362 |

Starting in 1939, Williams Grove Speedway has been one of the top sprint car tracks in the country. The speedway is a ½ mile banked smooth clay oval with speeds reaching in excess of 100 mph. The racing season runs from March to October. The largest event, the World of Outlaws National Open pays over $170,000 in prize money. Season admission prices range from $16 to $45, discounted youth (Ages 13–20) $10– $20 and Kids 12 and under are always FREE. Special sanctioned races include the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars, United States Auto Club, Tony Stewart All-Star Circuit of Champions, and United Racing Club among others. Other racing divisions throughout the season include, 358 Sprint Cars, Super Sportsman, Limited Late Models and IMCA Sprint Cars. The speedway strives to be a family oriented facility by hosting School’s Out Night, the Math Fact Challenge and supporting many local and national charities.




Oak Grove Farms 846 Fisher Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055 | 766-2216

Playhouse at Allenberry 1559 Boiling Springs Rd, Boiling Springs 17007 258-3211 |

Oakes Museum @ Messiah College 1 College Ave, Mechanicsburg 17055 | 691-6082

Pride of the Susquehanna 1 Riverside Dr, City Island, Harrisburg 17101 | 234-6500

Opossum Lake Easy Rd/Opossum Lake Rd, Carlisle 17015 Paulus Farm Market 1216 S. York St, Mechanicsburg 17055 | 697-4330 Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Museum 101 Shady Ln, Carlisle 17013 Peters Orchards 10540 Carlisle Pike, Gardners 17324 | 528-4380 Pine Grove Furnace State Park 1100 Pine Grove Rd, Gardners 17324 | 486-7174

Reid’s Orchard & Winery* 2135 Buchanan Valley Rd, Orrtanna 17353 | 677-7047 Tasting Room & Cider House: 400 Baltimore St, Gettysburg 17325 | 334-7537 See ad on page 27 Rolls Royce Museum 189 Hempt Rd, Mechanicsburg 17050 | 795-9400 Roundtop Mountain Resort* 925 Roundtop Rd, Lewisberry 17339 | 432-9631 See ad on page 29 Sacred Rides Michaux 379-4058

Shippensburg UrgentCare* 46 Walnut Bottom Rd, Shippensburg 17257 477-2764 | See ad below. SkyZone Indoor Trampoline Park 95 Gateway Dr, Mechanicsburg 17050 | 208-8909 South Mountain Raceway 1107 Petersburg Rd, Boiling Springs 17007 | 323-0210 SPAtacular Escapes 200 Technology Dr, Mechanicsburg 17050 791-7723 Susquehanna Outfitters 333 S. Front St, Wormleysburg 17043 | 503-0066 Tranquility Salon & Wellness Center 257 Penrose Pl, Carlisle 17013 218-8732 tranquilitysalonandwellnesscenter. com

Trout Gallery, The* 240 W. High St, Carlisle 17013 245-1344 | See ad on Inside Back Cover Union Fire Co. No. 1 35 W. Louther St, Carlisle 17013 | 243-2123 U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center/Army Heritage Trail* 950 Soldiers Dr, Carlisle 17013 245-3972 | See ad on page 31 Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch Waggoner’s Gap Rd (Route 74), Carlisle 17015 | Williams Grove Speedway* 1 Speedway Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 | 697-5000 See ad on page 29 Winsome Farm* 444 Nealy Rd, Newville 17241 776-5516 | See ad on page 31 Yellow Breeches Creek Water Trail

For life’s unexpected injuries Open 9am - 9pm daily. No appointment necessary!

Illnesses, such as Cold & Flu Injuries, such as Sprains & Strains Sinus Infections & Seasonal Allergies Sore Throat & Strep Throat Ear Pain & Ear Infections Minor Trauma, Burns & Cuts Rashes & Poison Ivy

An affiliate of Summit Health

46 Walnut Bottom Rd., Shippensburg 717-477-2764 |

444 Nealy Rd Newville, PA 17241

Direct access to the beautiful Cumberland Valley Rail Trail Trail rides year-round Lessons Boarding Bicycle Rentals Events RV Hookups w/electric, water, and dumping station

For more information call or visit us online





Cumberland Valley’s lodging options make it easy for you to find your home-away-from-home. Our hotels fit every style and budget. And, with options for both town and country stays, our B&Bs are a great choice for travelers seeking a more intimate experience. Nature enthusiasts can unplug at our campgrounds, RV parks, and state parks. Visit our website for a complete list and more information. NOTE: Area code is (717) unless otherwise noted. *Denotes advertising partner

HOTELS Boiling Springs zip code 17007 The Allenberry Resort* 1559 Boiling Springs Road 258-3211 | See ad on page 6

Camp Hill zip code 17011 Hampton Inn Camp Hill 3721 Market Street | 737-6711 Radisson Hotel Harrisburg 1150 Camp Hill Bypass 763-7117 |

Carlisle zip code 17013 unless otherwise noted America’s Best Value Inn 1460 Harrisburg Pike 17015 249-7775 Best Western Carlisle 1155 Harrisburg Pike 243-6200 | Budget Inn 1125 Harrisburg Pike 422-5129 Comfort Inn PA Turnpike Carlisle* 77 Shady Ln | 706-3400 See ad on page 33 Comfort Suites Downtown Carlisle* 10 S. Hanover St | 960-1000 See ad on page 33 Country Inn & Suites Carlisle 1529 Commerce Ave 17015 241-4900 |

Days Inn 1255 Harrisburg Pike 243-6000 |

Sleep Inn Carlisle 5 East Garland Dr | 249-8863

Econo Lodge Mechanicsburg 650 Gettysburg Rd | 766-4728

Days Inn Carlisle South 101 Alexander Spring Rd 17015 | 258-4147

Stardust Motel 1502 Holly Pike | 243-6058

Hampton Inn by Hilton Harrisburg West* 4950 Ritter Road | 691-1300 See ad on page 34

Diamond Hotel 1245 Harrisburg Pike | 243-5411 Econo Lodge Carlisle 1252 Harrisburg Pike 243-8585 | Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 1528 Commerce Ave 17015 243-2080 | Hampton Inn Carlisle 1164 Harrisburg Pike 240-0200 Holiday Inn Express & Suites 1152 Harrisburg Pike 240-0080 | Microtel Inn & Suites 15 Westminster Dr | 885-2000 Motel 6 Carlisle 1153 Harrisburg Pike 249-7622 | Pike Motel 1121 Harrisburg Pike 249-3120 | Quality Inn 1825 Harrisburg Pike 17015 245-2242 | Red Roof Inn Plus 1450 Harrisburg Pike 17015 706-3862 | Residence Inn Carlisle 1 Hampton Ct | 610-9050 Rodeway Inn Carlisle 1239 Harrisburg Pike 249-2800


Super 8 Motel Carlisle North 1800 Harrisburg Pike 609-4682 | Super 8 Motel Carlisle South 100 Alexander Spring Rd 245-9898 | Travelodge 1247 Harrisburg Pike 243-2960 |

Enola zip code 17025 Best Western Plus Harrisburg/ Mechanicsburg 4900 Woodland Dr | 635-2523 Quality Inn Riverview 501 N. Enola Rd | 773-4819

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Harrisburg West/Mechanicsburg 2055 Technology Pkwy 17050 732-8800 | Holiday Inn Express Harrisburg SW/Mechanicsburg 6325 Carlisle Pike 17050 790-0924 | Home2 Suites by Hilton 300 Bent Creek Blvd 17050 796-7575 Homewood Suites by Hilton Harrisburg West* 5001 Ritter Rd | 697-4900 See ad on page 34

zip code 17055 unless otherwise noted

La Quinta Inn & Suites Mechanicsburg/Harrisburg 350 Bent Creek Blvd 17050 790-1520

Comfort Inn MechanicsburgHarrisburg South 1012 Wesley Dr | 766-3700

Motel 6 MechanicsburgHarrisburg West 381 Cumberland Pkwy 766-0238 |

Country Inn & Suites Harrisburg West 4943 Gettysburg Rd | 796-0300

Park Inn by Radisson Harrisburg West 5401 Carlisle Pike 17050 697-0321 |

Courtyard by Marriott Harrisburg West/Mechanicsburg* 4921 Gettysburg Rd | 766-9006 See ad on page 34

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Harrisburg West* 4915 Ritter Rd | 691-1400 See ad on page 34


Wingate by Wyndham Mechanicsburg/Harrisburg West 385 Cumberland Pkwy 17055 766-2710


Mt. Holly Springs zip code 17065 Holly Inn 31 S. Baltimore Ave 486-3823 |

Shippensburg zip Code 17257 Best Western Shippensburg Hotel 125 Walnut Bottom Rd 532-5200 | Courtyard by Marriott Shippensburg 503 Newburg Rd| 477-0680 Holiday Inn Express & Suites Shippensburg 120 Walnut Bottom Rd 532-1100 | Quality Inn & Suites Shippen Place Hotel* 32 E. King St | 532-4141 See ad on page 34 Rodeway Inn Shippensburg 10 Hershey Rd| 530-1234

Theo’s Motel 30 Walnut Bottom Rd 532-5551

Pheasant Field B&B 150 Hickorytown Rd, Carlisle 17015 258-0717 |


Red Cardinal Bed and Breakfast 521 Lerew Rd, Carlisle 17015 245-0823

zip code 17043 Rodeway Inn 860 N. Front St | 763-7086


Smith Steiner, The* 155 S. College St, Carlisle 17013 701-8737 | See ad on page 34


Deer Run Camping Resort 111 Sheet Iron Roof Rd, Gardners 17324 | 486-8168 Dogwood Acres Campground 4500 Enola Rd, Newville 17241| 776-5203 Glass Gable 558-560 S. Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 | 443-4647

Stock’s Manor 2421 Mt Allen Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 233-6699 |

Ironmaster’s Mansion 1212 Pine Grove Rd, Gardners 17324 | 486-4108

Thornwald Mansion 850 Bicentennial Dr, Carlisle 17013| 701-0300

Mountain Creek Campground 349 Pine Grove Rd, Gardners 17324 | 486-7681

Dykeman House B&B 6 West Dykeman Rd, Shippensburg 17257 | 530-1919


Fallen Tree Farm B&B 1634 Holly Pike, Carlisle 17015 713-5407 |

Cherokee Campground 200 Pine Grove Rd, Gardners 17324 | 486-8000

Pine Grove Furnace State Park 1100 Pine Grove Rd, Gardners 17324| 486-7174

McLean House Bed & Breakfast 80 W. King St, Shippensburg 17257 | 530-1390

Colonel Denning State Park 1599 Doubling Gap Rd, Newville 17241 | 776-5272

30 Timber Road B&B 30 Timber Rd, Mechanicsburg 17050 | 766-9123 Carlisle House B&B 148 S. Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 | 249-0350

Western Village RV Park 200 Greenview Dr, Carlisle 17015| 243-1179

Located in the “heart” of historic Downtown Carlisle ... walking distance to the Dickinson College campus.

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Conveniently located off PA Turnpike and I-81 near the U.S. Army War College FREE BREAKFAST

10 S. Hanover Street Carlisle, PA 17013 • 717-960-1000 •


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HIGH PERFORMANCE FASTRACK Indoor Go-Kart Track New Screamin Eagle Go-Karts

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Cumberland Valley PA is located in the middle of two really important locations, the Appalachian Trail and the number one visited region in...

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