Settled in 1730 by Benjamin Chambers, Chambersburg is set in the scenic Cumberland Valley. With rolling hills as a backdrop, Chambersburg is one of the most picturesque towns in South Central Pennsylvania.
Chambersburg is located along historic U.S. 30, Lincoln Highway, and U.S. 11, Molly Pitcher Highway. Located only 100 miles from major cities including Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Chambersburg is the county seat for Franklin County.
Playing an important role in the Civil War as being the only major northern community that Confederate forces burned during the war, Chambersburg appeals to history buffs. Chambersburg also appeals to anyone looking for a friendly community in which settle.
Chambersburg offers a bustling downtown with plenty of shopping and entertainment opportunities, a newly built Exit 17 off of Interstate 81 which offers several new retail and dining options and is surrounded by a large farming population.