In the Beautiful Pine Creek Valley

Pine Creek Valley is a true getaway, and as such many fun and unique establishments have grown roots here. You could stay for a week and still have restaurants left to try. Make sure to stop by one of the historic General Stores to grab a gift for your those you left behind or a local treat for yourself! 

Below we share some of our favorite stores, restaurants, and adventure outlets in the Valley, but is by no means an exhaustive list. So make sure to go explore! One thing is for sure, one visit will never be enough to experience all that Pine Creek Valley has to offer!
**All distances listed are based off of camps on the Heverly Compound, which includes all camps except Pine Hill Lodge**


Wolfes General Store

19 Miles | North on 414

A special place with tons of local gifts and a rich history. Wolfes is a complete Orvis shop including bait, gear, lilcenses and a knowledgable staff that can answer all your questions. They have a fresh deli with great sandwiches and ice cream, local gifts and sundries, limited groceries, essentials, and gas. (This is the closest essentials shop to Pine Hill Lodge) Even if you're staying at Heverly, this is a must-see in the Valley!

McConnells Country Store

3.1 Miles | In Waterville

Here you can find fishing licenses, bait, and gear, a deli with great sandwiches and ice cream, local gifts and sundries, limited groceries and essentials, and gas. Your one-stop shop for all your quick needs, and a short drive from the Heverly Compound. 

Up the Crick

8.8 Miles | South on 44

The cutest local shop full of local, handmade gifts, wine and cheese. The perfect stop for a souvenir to remember your time in the Valley. 

If you imbibe, make sure to stop by and take part in their signature local wine tasting.


Happy Acres Resort & Restaurant

1/4 Mile | Take Right out of Compound

Casual food, a bar, ice cream and boozy slushies! You can also get local gifts and necessities, here. 

Waterville Tavern

3.1 Miles | Take Left out of Compound to Waterville

Good, casual food, extensive martini selection, and 6-packs to go. Al, the owner and bartender, is a local favorite!

Santino's Pine Creek Inn

8.2 Miles | South on 44

An extensive menu of tasty Italian cuisine and other mountain favorites.

Hotel Manor

19 Miles | North on 414

Classic casual menu with a large creekside deck, full beer menu, and meats smoked on site!

Cedar Run Inn

24 Miles | North on 414

Cedar Run Inn is the fine dining establishment of the Pine Creek Valley, and one of our all-time family favorites! Enjoy a delicious, upscale meal in a historic victorian home, seated next to dozens of hummingbirds fluttering about. We recommend almost everything on the menu, but particularly love the linguine, cream of mushroom soup (on rotation), crab cakes, honey duck, brandied scallops, and the chicken Frangellico. For dessert, you simply must try the fruit cream slices. Make sure to tell Charlotte that Cabins on the Pine sent you!


Pine Creek Outfitters

Your one-stop shop for all of your kayak, raft, canoe, SUP, and bike rental needs in the Valley. 
They also provide shuttle service for bike and float trips. 

Julie Szur's Guided Fishing Tours

Julie is a local fishing tour guide, providing intimate and bountiful guided fishing trips around the Valley. If you want to catch a big one, she is the person to call!


Cabins on the Pine






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