When you mention fishing the Cumberland Valley, most folks’ minds turn to the Big Three—Yellow Breeches Creek, Big Spring Creek and LeTortSpring Run—legendary fly-fishing waters, indeed. But did you know there are plenty of uncrowded honey holes nearby where anglers can reel in trout consistently? Here are four excellent but lesser-known fishing spots within easy reach of Cumberland Valley visitors.
February 25, 2015
Roundtop Mountain Resort has been a mainstay in Central Pennsylvania for over 50 years. The reason for their continued success? Turning their traditionally winter-focused ski resort into an all year-round experience for families. When most think of Roundtop Mountain Resort, skiing down the slopes probably comes to mind. Don't be mistaken, Roundtop certainly offers great options for skiing and snowboarding, but they want you to know that's not all they offer.
Posted by Kristen
February 23, 2015
February 20, 2015
The best Greek food in all of Central PA – in any season. Last Friday night we met some friends for dinner at Hellenic Kouzina, a relatively new place that has a serious following, located in a former bank building just beyond downtown Mechanicsburg (500 East Main St, Mechanicsburg). Imagine my surprise to see the recent renovations come to life. A waterfall wall divides the new inside seating area, a fireplace on the back wall and attentive servers greet you to tell you how the expanded area works. You still get in line to place your order, get a buzzer to call you when your food is up, but the servers now seat you and take your buzzer and bring your food to you when it's done. The attentive servers continue to remember that you are there dining and refill water glasses. The servers will also go get your dessert order so you don’t have to stand in line.
February 16, 2015
If you’re a foodie, Cumberland Valley has a large amount of tantalizing restaurants to choose
from based on location, cuisine or dining type. One popular dining spot to move to the top of your list is the historic Boiling Springs Tavern. Below are just three of the many reasons why you should visit this Cumberland Valley staple during your next visit.
Posted by Ashley