Make memories this year with some fun Father's Day activities in the Cumberland Valley.
Father's Day Fishing Excursion
The Valley is home to some of the world’s most renowned fly-fishing streams, including the Yellow Breeches and LeTort Spring Run. Prepare for your fly-fishing expedition at TCO Outdoors in Boiling Springs. Check out our Top 10 Fishing Spots here.
Father's Day Lunch or Dinner
Take dad out to lunch or dinner (or both) at one of the many restaurants in historic downtown Carlisle or plan a fun family picnic at one of these picnic spots.
Father's Day Hike
There are hundreds of miles to explore in the Valley, including the Appalachian Trail and three state parks. Find the best day hike for your group with our Top 10 Hikes. (Pictured above: Pole Steeple Trail in Pine Grove Furnace State Park.)
Father's Day Golf Outing
Hit the links with dad at one of the many golf courses in the region. Or, enjoy a game or two of mini-golf with the little ones. Find a course here.
Father's Day Activities at Carlisle Sports Emporium
If a long 18-holes isn’t your thing, but you still want a competitive afternoon with dad, check out the Carlisle Sports Emporium, where you can play mini-golf, race go-carts, take swings in the batting cages, and compete at skee ball and other arcade games.
Father's Day Outing to Uncover History
The Valley is filled with historical monuments and memorials, including the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) in Carlisle. USAHEC is dedicated to "Telling the Army story...one Soldier at a time” with interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits, including tanks and helicopters. Admission is free.
Father's Day on the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail
Tap, tour, and try a pint on the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail with dad. With more than 25 locations on the trail, dad will delight in the variety of craft beverages. Download a free digital passport, check-in at participating locations, and start earning prizes.