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A.T. Museum Public Program - Virginia is for-EVER
05/24 - 05/24
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Fifth Annual Plein Air Camp Hill Arts Festival
05/30 - 05/30
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Stalking Wild Edibles
05/30 - 05/30
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4th Annual Herbal Garden Yard Sale & Swap Meet
06/02 - 06/02
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Carlisle Ford Nationals
06/05 - 06/07
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Rave On!: A Buddy Holly Tribute
06/05 - 06/05
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Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame Festival and Hiker Reunion
06/06 - 06/06
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The Lettermen
06/06 - 06/06
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87th Annual Jubilee Day
06/18 - 06/18
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2015 Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Heritage Day
06/20 - 06/20
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Fiber Arts Day
06/20 - 06/20
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SHAPE's 10th Annual Solstice Arts Festival
06/20 - 06/20
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Mt. Holly Springs PA Overview

Mt. Holly Springs is a haven for outdoor and fly-fishing enthusiasts, with easy access to state parks and recreational opportunities including Kings Gap, Pine Grove Furnace, Colonel Denning, and the Appalachian Trail.

This small town, nestled in the gap of the south mountains of Cumberland Valley by Mountain Creek, has always been a natural gathering spot for nature travelers. You can begin exploring at the 913-acre Mt. Holly Marsh Preserve, where you can hike approximately 7 miles of trails ranging in difficultly level or observe a wide variety of birds, plants and other wildlife.

When it's time for dinner the restaurants in Mt. Holly include historic settings, creative food, and entertainment ranging from live bands to karaoke and dancing.

Mt. Holly Springs Weather:
Fast & Fun Facts:
  • The average temperature of Mt. Holly Springs is 8 degrees cooler than the surrounding cities.
  • This area of Cumberland Valley was a popular pass through. The historic Holly Inn has origins tracing back to the 1700's.
  • More than 40,000 soldiers passed through this community on their way to Gettysburg.

Mt. Holly Springs residents and those looking to relocate can find helpful information on the Dickinson Township and Mt. Holly Springs Borough websites.

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