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A beautiful, scenic route taking you through town on the other side of Sherman's Creek. Keep your eyes open- animal crossing the whole way through!
One of the four main references in town (the others being the roundabout Crum's Corner, and Meck's Corner), Dromgold's Corner is a historic site of the T. Roy Dromgold family. Gladys Sheaffer (neé Dromgold) donated the land and home to the Perry County Historical Society. "Ghostbusting" groups frequently gather to go through the house in search of spirits.
A trader named Sherman and his horse drowned in the creek; the town in the valley, or dale, commemorates them (well, not so much the horse!).
Elevation of 930 feet, Route 34 runs across, connecting Shermans Dale to other towns such as Carlisle, Mechanicsburg, Enola, Camp Hill, and of course, Harrisburg.
The diner serves delicious food with reasonable prices, but I recommend you go for the scrapple!
The most beautiful time of the year (except for cleaning the snow from the walk and driveway!) A true winter wonderland.
A short drive away, Gettysburg is the site of battlefields that marked the Civil War, as well as the site of the Gettysburg Address given by President Abraham Lincoln.
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