Cumberland Valley Ice Cream Trail launches this weekend

Carlisle/West Shore

Photo Courtesy: CAEDC

CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — The Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation (CAEDC) is announcing a new Cumberland Valley Ice Cream Trail and Digital Passport program starting Memorial Day weekend.

Participants are able to sign-up for the program to start “checking-in” at ice cream shop through their mobile devices. For every 5 check-ins, participants will be entered into a monthly drawing for a $10 gift card, and 30 total will be given away.

“We created the Cumberland Valley Ice Cream Trail idea a couple of years ago, and we’re excited to see it evolve into an interactive ice cream experience for visitors and residents” Ashley Kurtz, CAEDC Marketing Manager said.

Participating locations include:

  • Cabin on King (Shippensburg)
  • Clair’s Orchard (Carlisle)
  • Cornerstone Coffeehouse (Camp Hill)
  • Dough & Arrows (Carlisle)
  • Goose Bros. Ice Cream (Shippensburg)
  • Hanna’s Ice Cream Shop (New Cumberland)
  • Happy Conez (New Cumberland)
  • Kristy’s Whistle Stop (Enola)
  • Leo’s Homemade Ice Cream (Carlisle)
  • Massey’s Frozen Custard (Carlisle)
  • Oak Grove Farms, Inc. (Mechanicsburg)
  • Shirley Rae’s Ice Cream (Mechanicsburg)
  • The Sugar Shack (Boiling Springs)
  • Twirly Top (Gardners)

Along with ice cream, CAEDC also is the mastermind behind the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail, which gives a boost to Cumberland County’s local businesses specializing in beer, cider, spirits, and wine.

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