Nearby Towns in Cumberland Valley

Cumberland Valley is a 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. These nearby areas are perfect day trips to include in any Cumberland Valley getaway and the Valley's affordable lodging makes it a perfect hub and spoke destination to include more in your stay!

Chambersburg

The historic town of Chambersburg is just south of Cumberland Valley's town of Shippensburg. Chambersburg is known for its history sites such as the Chambersburg Heritage Center and The John Brown House and outdoor recreation like Chambersburg Skydiving.

Hershey

No matter where you're from, Hershey equals chocolate. Explore all the things Hersheypark has to offer the whole family. Visitors will also appreciate the Tanger Outlets and the Hollywood Casino at Penn National Raceway.

Harrisburg

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's Capital, offers visitors a city full of dining, performing arts, sporting events and the Pride of the Susquehanna River Boat.  Harrisburg also includes an Amtrak Station and an International Airport.

Gettysburg

Relive the history and experience the passion of the Civil War at the Gettysburg National Military Park. When you're ready for a break from history, spend a day walking around the Gettysburg Outlets.

Lancaster

Many are drawn to Lancaster County for the Amish community. Other top attractions include Dutch WonderlandThe Strasburg Railroad, a baseball stadium and outlets.

Reading

Cruise Reading's country roads where covered bridges, hex signs, festivals, artists, wineries and Pennsylvania Dutch heritage surround you. Discover heritage sites like the Central PA African American Museum and the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum.

York

Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of America's favorite products in the Factory Tour Capital of the World, like the York Harley Davidson Factory. York is also well known for its wine trail, branching all the way down to the Mason Dixon line and historical sites like Hanover Junction.