Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania
Boiling Springs is a quaint village in south central Pennsylvania, proximate to both I-76 and I-81. The focal point of the community is Children's Lake, whose water supply comes from several natural springs 'boiling' or bubbling to the surface of the lake. The Appalachian Trail runs through the center of this small town. Nearby Allenberry Playhouse has performed Broadway productions for over 50 years. Due to the picturesque setting of this small town, a 1960 episode of the TV series Route 66 and two other movies were filmed in Boiling Springs. Fly fishing in the adjacent Yellow Breeches Creek also draws people to the town. The Foundry Day craft show is celebrated the first Saturday in June.
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