You won’t see anyone staring at a cell phone while visiting St. Peter’s Village. Instead, you’ll hear conversations, laughter, and music from the babbling French Creek, as it flings itself over the boulders a stone’s toss away.
Reception is spotty in this historic southeastern Pennsylvania town, but you will feel release and peace as you slip back to the way life used to be 100 years ago.
This historically preserved village, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was once a company town housing workers in the now-silent iron mines and stone quarries. The restored stone and wood-frame buildings are filled with enough charm and entertainment to consume a happy weekend away. A holiday package makes it easy for visitors to sample some of the best St. Peter’s has to offer.