Sponsored Post – Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau hosted us on the Ice Cream Trail. All opinions are my own.
For summer 2022, Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau has created an ice cream trail with 17 ice cream locations across their region. Stops include the towns of Shippensburg, Carlisle, Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, New Cumberland, and Enola.
Along the way, check-in at each of the participating stops via their mobile digital passport. Hitting check-in milestones could earn you prizes. Check Cumberland Valley Visitor’s Bureau website for details.
Here’s a sampling of the ice cream trail locations:
Hanna’s Ice Cream Shoppe
Hanna’s Ice Cream Shoppe is located at 321 Bridge Street, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania. This retro ice cream shoppe in the heart of downtown New Cumberland features a 50s vibe and a variety of ice cream favorites including soft serve and hand-dipped ice cream.
Other treats include shaved ice, milkshakes, floats, sundaes and more. They also sell retro candy and have a fun, themed seating area.
Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream
Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream is located at 816 West High Street in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. It’s a nationally-ranked ice cream store in the heart of Carlisle.
Leo’s is known for their unique flavors, such as Habanero Cornbread, Cinnamon Oreo, and Chocolate Chili Pepper. Typical ice cream flavors are also available. Their flavor cam shows a video of their current flavor offerings.
Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream also has an outdoor patio area to enjoy your ice cream.
Massey’s Ice Cream
Massey’s Frozen Custard is located at 600 West High Street. The shop opened in Carlisle in 1949. Hand-dipped and soft serve flavors are available. Hand-dipped favorites include flavors like cotton candy, cherry brownie, chocolate salty caramel, and more.
Massey’s also features sundaes, such as peach, hot fudge, and many candy options, like Reese’s pieces. Outdoor seating is available in front of the store to enjoy your ice cream.
Paulus Farm Market
Paulus Farm Market is located at 1216 South York Street in Mechanicsburg. There’s plenty to do at Paulus Farm, as they have a FarmPark with children’s play areas, pick-you-own fields, and animals to feed. There is a small fee to enter the FarmPark.
There’s also an ice cream truck, called Cow Lick, which has soft serve ice cream and sundaes. In addition to soft serve cups and cones, they offer soda floats and milkshakes.
Children’s sizes of ice cream are available. There are shaded picnic tables both inside and outside the Farm Park to sit an enjoy your ice cream.
Sponsored Post – Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau hosted us. All opinions are my own.