Our restaurants, shops, attractions, and hotels welcome you to Cumberland Valley. However, as COVID-19 cases rise and fall due to variants, local businesses and organizations may continue to implement mask policies or encourage individuals to continue to mask. We encourage visitors to seek and heed the latest expert guidance and take the precautions necessary for all of us to stay safe. By following updated recommended public health guidelines and showing our respect to the people around us, we can minimize the spread of COVID-19 and help keep local businesses open. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

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Towns in

Cumberland Valley

Cumberland Valley's charming downtown areas offer a collection of shopping, dining, and historical experiences waiting to be uncovered. Start your journey at the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center, located in historic downtown Carlisle and at the center point of the Valley. From here, you can reach all of our downtown destinations in no more than 30 minutes along the highways, but you might want to enjoy a more leisurely drive and take the scenic routes instead. Either way, put on your walking shoes and stroll through our downtowns to discover hidden gems during your Weekend Easy getaway. If the timing is right, you might even come across a downtown festival. Read more to learn about one or two unique locations in each town.

Boiling Springs

The picturesque, historic district of Boiling Springs is brimming with a scenic resort, world-renowned fly-fishing, access to the famous Appalachian Trail. Read More 

Camp Hill

The town of Camp Hill is located in the lively West Shore area of Cumberland Valley and just two miles from downtown state capital of Harrisburg. Read More 

Carlisle

The historic, Preserve America town of Carlisle is noted for its restored architecture and tree-lined streets-once walked on by George Washington, Molly Pitcher and other icons of early America. Read More 

Enola

Enola's roots hail back to the expansion of railroad transportation, and rail lines still run through the heart of town. Today, it is still a postcard of small-town Pennsylvania, complete with a Shady Lane and an historic one-room schoolhouse. Read More 

Lemoyne

At the crossroads of Interstate 83 and U.S. Routes 11/15, Lemoyne is between Wormleysburg to the north and New Cumberland to the south. Read More 

Mechanicsburg

This town's motto is "A Good Place to Live," and it must be true, because Cumberland Valley's Mechanicsburg has been attracting residents and visitors since 1807. Read More 

New Cumberland

When you think of New Cumberland, you might associate it with the Army Depot. But, our southernmost town on the banks of the West Shore was originally a ferry site for early English, Irish, Scottish and German settlers. Read More 

Newville

At the crossroads of Pennsylvania Routes 233, 641 and 533, rural Newville in Cumberland Valley is actually a very old town, with beautifully preserved historic homes, farms and churches. Read More 

Shippensburg

Scenic Shippensburg is a friendly and attractive college town in Cumberland Valley PA. Located on our county's western-most border, it is still just a short drive from many metro areas including Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Read More 

Wormleysburg

This West Shore community is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy views of the scenic Susquehanna River from one of many award-winning restaurants. Dukes Bar & Grille, Dockside Willies, and RockBass Grill serve up a variety of flavors. Read More 

Nearby Towns

Cumberland Valley is part of the number one vacation destination in the state of Pennsylvania, Dutch Country Roads, which includes Hershey, Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Lancaster, Chambersburg, Reading and York. Our affordable lodging options make Cumberland Valley an ideal home base while you explore... Read More 

 

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