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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Things to Do in Boiling Springs

Boiling Springs is a hiker's paradise! Not only does the Appalachian Trail run through the center of town, but it's also home to the Mid-Atlantic Appalachian Trail Conservancy. In fact, Boiling Springs is a designated Appalachian Trail Community for the town's commitment to providing a service to hikers and promoting the asset of the trail.

If you are a water-lover, fly-fish at the world-renowned Yellow Breeches Creek, boat or fish at Children's Lake, or make a splash at the Valley's oldest public pool and waterpark. Find all the fly-fishing and outdoor gear you need at TCO Outdoors.

Don't know where to start? Get a taste of Boiling Springs with the Self-Guided Walking Tour, highlighting the town's 19th-century architecture, scenic sights and businesses.

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