Seven Springs Mountain Resort Gears Up for Busy Summer
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Located in the scenic Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania, Seven Springs Mountain Resort provides a wide range of summer activities, keeping the fun going long after the snow melts. Throughout the summer, Seven Springs will host several festivals, in addition to providing daily recreational opportunities from May 24 through Labor Day.

On Friday and Saturday nights beginning May 24, 2024, the Foggy Goggle Concert Series will bring local acoustic artists to the mountain, such as String Theory, Riley Grant, and Three Slides. The live acts will perform in the Foggy Goggle, with food and beverages on tap.

On Wednesday, May 29, Jazz Night begins at Helen’s Restaurant and continues throughout the summer. The Paul Cosentino Duo will kick things off on May 29 on clarinet and piano.

Seven Springs Mountain Resort offers a wide range of summer activities and festivals. Photo provided by Seven Springs Mountain Resort.

Fireworks come to the mountain on Friday, July 5 in celebration of Independence Day. From July 12-15, 2024, Seven Springs will present its 14th Annual Rib & Wing Festival, bringing top ribbers from across the country to the resort to cook up mouth-watering ribs and wings. Live music will accompany the event.

From August 23-25, 2024, Seven Springs will host its Wine Festival.

Guests throughout the summer can participate in activities such as an Alpine Slide, Bounce House, Bowling, scenic Chairlift Rides, Yard Games like horseshoes and pickelball, Disc Golf, Miniature Golf, Paddleboats, Paddleboards, a Rock Wall, Swimming Pools, and Trampolining. Summer discounts are available on lodging, with even greater discounts available for Epic Pass Holders.

“We love winter, but Seven Springs is a special place in the summer as well,” said Brett Cook, who serves as General Manager of Seven Springs, Hidden Valley, and Laurel Mountain. “The resort is an amazing venue for festivals and events,” he added.
About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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