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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Water Activities in Cumberland Valley 

For the latest updates on swimming at our lakes and community pools, click here.

Yellow Breeches Creek and the Conodoguinet Creek are open for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, or tubing.

Cumberland Valley may be land-locked but there are still plenty of opportunities to get out on the water. From swimming to canoeing, kayaking, tubing, or fishing... our unique river trails, serene lakes, and world-renowned streams promise a perfect day of fun in the sun. Or enjoy hours of splashing around at our community outdoor pools with slides, diving boards, wading pools for the little ones, locker rooms, and concession stands.

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Water Trail Rules

Click on the video to the right for some general tips on how to be safe and have fun on our waterways. (Video produced by Cumberland County Communications Department and Cumberland...

If you don't have your own gear or you want to explore with the expertise of a guide, check out Susquehanna Outfitters or Blue Mountain Outfitters for rentals and guided adventures by canoe or kayak. TCO Outdoors is your headquarters for fly-fishing gear as well as float trips and full or half-day guide services.

TIP: Be sure to check boating and fishing rules and regulations on the PA Fish and Boat Commission's website before your trip. 


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