Staycation: Boiling Springs, PA - A Tiny Traveler

Staycation: Boiling Springs, PA

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June 2018 // By Natalie Jean

*Special thanks to Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau for sponsoring this post.
Mark and I love traveling! If we could go somewhere every weekend we would. Unfortunately that just isn't in our budget... yet. Until then, we love having little "staycations"in our area or towns nearby.

Today I wanted to share about a few fun things to do in Boiling Springs, PA. To be honest I never even new this town had anything to offer because I was always just passing through. Last weekend Mark and I decided to stop by and spend some time there and I am so glad we did! 


We stopped by Chipotle and got our lunch to-go and then ate by the lake. It was so relaxing and a great way to just spend some casual time together. After lunch and watching the ducks swim on Children's Lake, we walked around and stopped by some shops and got some ice cream. 

The handful of things you might find are galleries, antique shops, some quaint restaurants including The Barn at Allenberry (a new favorite), and TCO Fly Shop where you can get gear for hiking, fishing, and even rent canoes to take out on the lake! It was starting to rain a little after we finished lunch so we plan to go back another day and rent a canoe for a nice afternoon activity. 










The next time you're in the area, be sure to stop by Boiling Springs and enjoy some of the local favorites! I highly recommend a Sunday brunch at The Barn at Allenberry. Absolutely delicious! 


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  1. What a beautiful town! Some of my favorite trips are the ones that are close to home and low key. I love exploring the area around where I live! :)

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    1. Yes, its so fun! Then when you find somewhere great you can visit again and again!

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  2. This place looks adorable! (And that brunch looks SO perfect.) We're in need of a little staycation here in Nashville, too!

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    1. Brunch is the best! :) I hope you find time to get away for a little!

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  3. How cute is this area! I should visit it - love quaint towns. Also, love both of your outfits in these photos! Mike and I need a staycation, too!

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    1. Thank you! Yeah, if you're ever in the area definitely check some of these spots out. They're so cute!

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  4. Now I'm dying to go visit there! Sometimes I feel like I'm meant to live in that area of the U.S because I love cute little towns and green rolling hills. I'm so jealous! This was such a cute post. I'm always very impressed with your posts! I was actually looking at your blog the other day for inspiration because I feel like your blog is GOALS! :)

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    1. Aw Coral thank you so much!! That means so much :)

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  5. I've never heard of Boiling Springs! I'll have to check it out sometime! Sometimes staycations are just what one needs. I love them!

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  6. This little town looks adorable - and that Sunday brunch looks especially good! We are outside of Philly and love to find new towns to explore :)

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    1. Its such an adorable little town! I love Philly too (although its quite different from the area of Boiling Springs) haha!

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