Waynesville, NC, USA

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A realm of adventure in the Laurel Highlands

Nestled in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, Hidden Valley is a popular, all-seasons getaway. It is perhaps best known for its world-class skiing and rolling, emerald-hued championship golf course, but the appeal of this area doesn’t end on the slopes and fairways. Visitors can take time out to wander through the lush trails of the Roaring Run Natural Area, find a new favorite tipple at local wineries, or simply relax and enjoy a pampering treatment at a nearby spa. Hidden Valley vacation rentals place all this on your doorstep, so there’s never been a better time to enjoy a vacation that’s as active or as laidback as you are.

Hot and cold pursuits in Hidden Valley

As tempting as it might be to kick back in your Hidden Valley vacation rental, taking part in the area’s array of activities will help you make lasting memories of your stay. Spend sunny days on the tree-lined golf course as you play your way through the undulating landscape, or enjoy an excursion to nearby Ohiopyle State Park where hiking and biking trails wind through unspoiled woods. During the winter, the area really comes into its own thanks to the 26 impeccably groomed slopes which will suit skiers of all levels.

Family frolics near Hidden Valley

Whether traveling with family and friends or enjoying a romantic break, Hidden Valley’s got you covered. Head north to find Idlewild and SoakZone, a family-friendly theme park where kids and parents can splash around in wave pools, take a pipeline plunge, or embark on adventures in the Story Book Forest. Meanwhile, southwest of Hidden Valley, Ohiopyle offers exhilarating whitewater rafting opportunities on the Youghiogheny River and, for the less adventurous, tranquil canoe excursions along the Upper Yough.

Hidden Valley has year-round appeal

Sunny days and unblemished blue skies make June through August a great time to enjoy outdoor activities in and around Hidden Valley, though you should remember that average temperatures can soar past 100 and the latter two months can feel crowded due to schools breaking up for summer. Spring months between March and May bring pleasant temperatures, fewer crowds, and more enticing deals on Hidden Valley vacation rentals. Visitors in the fall can enjoy the changing foliage during October and November and avoid the inevitable flurry of travelers who arrive in December to enjoy the area’s snow and array of winter activities.

Find a diverse landscape around Hidden Valley

The area surrounding Hidden Valley boasts a diverse landscape. In Kooser State Park, less than 3 miles to the east, 250 acres of forest provide a scenic backdrop for hiking, hunting, and fishing in the approved trout waters of Kooser Lake and Kooser Run. The more mountainous Laurel Hill State Park, a 20-minute drive south of Hidden Valley, offers visitors the chance to enjoy miles upon miles of mountain biking trails or to simply relax and enjoy a picnic at the sandy beach aside Laurel Hill Lake. Rowboats, canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats can be hired on-site, too.