Cumberland Valley is here for you when you are ready to travel again. We encourage you to take it easy now so you can Weekend Easy later.

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Cumberland Valley Parks & Wildlife 

NOTE: Cumberland Valley's state parks (Colonel Denning, Pine Grove, and Kings Gap) remain open; however, all facilities including picnic pavilions, playgrounds, nature play areas, visitor center exhibit halls, amphitheaters, and group camping are closed indefinitely. Swimming beaches and pools are closed through Friday, June 5. In counties designated yellow, any events with more than 25 people are canceled. If the event is under 25 people and takes place outdoors, it will be allowed to occur; however, any indoor events are canceled. Click here for additional updates from DCNR.

Nature enthusiasts can't get enough of Cumberland Valley's state parks, state forests, community parks, and wildlife areas. Whether it's a challenging hike, a leisurely float along our scenic waterways, or a fun camping expedition, you and your family will connect with nature as you explore hidden gems waiting to be found. 

Let nature inspire you as you escape the daily hustle and bustle to find solitude among our quiet, natural beauty.

Please follow these tips to keep everyone safe and healthy while enjoying the outdoors.

Tips for Physical Distancing in Parks

Nature Explorers

Featured Experiences

LeTort Spring Run Nature Trail

Urban living and wildlife converge at LeTort Spring Run Nature Trail, a quiet respite for fishing, hiking, biking, and bird watching, located just a short walk from downtown Carlisle.

6 Places to Find Zen

Discover these 6 Places to Find Zen in the Valley for some rest and relaxation while enjoying the outdoors.


Must-See in Cumberland Valley

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