Cumberland Valley is here for you when you are ready to travel again. As we enter the Green Phase of re-opening on June 12, here are some updates that can help you plan your Weekend Easy getaway.

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Outdoor Activities

in Cumberland Valley

Discover and explore the serene and stunning landscape of the beautiful Cumberland Valley. Outdoor opportunities include over 54,000 acres and 200 miles of trails, three state parks, two state forests, and scenic waterways. If your passion is hiking, kayaking, birding, golfing, world-class fly-fishing, biking, seeking out breathtaking views, or simply being out in the sunshine, you'll find it all and more in the Valley. It's ok to want something easy.

10 Overlooks: Year-Round Views of Cumberland Valley

Overlooks and vistas are among some of the most popular hikes and for good reason. For most of us, the only time to really examine the landscape of a place is while standing on top of a mountain. In Cumberland... Learn More

5 Hidden Gems: Self-Guided Walking Tours

Cumberland Valley’s self-guided walking tours provide the perfect opportunity to dive deeper into the history of this region while keeping socially distant. Meander and explore at your own pace as you follow... Learn More

Instagram-Worthy Fall Foliage Locations

Here are ten Instagram-worthy locations to get the perfect picture of the fall colors. The entire route from Stops 1 through 10 almost creates a loop around the county that covers 102 miles of scenic roads brimming... Learn More

10 Fall Family Fun Activities in Cumberland Valley

As the seasons change from summer to fall, there are still plenty of opportunities for family fun. After a long day or week of working from home combined with virtual learning, here are some indoor and outdoor... Learn More

A Bird’s Eye View at Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch

Have you ever wondered what the birds see as they soar across the rolling landscape of Cumberland Valley? If so, you can catch a glimpse at Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch, located along Route 74 on the border... Learn More

Please follow these tips to keep everyone safe and healthy while enjoying the outdoors. All state parks and forest remain open for visitors. Click here to read the latest COVID-19 mitigation efforts for state parks and forests issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources on 11/20/20.

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