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Condo in Champion
Seven Springs Slopeside Ski in-Ski out Condo
Come and relax among the mountains. This ski-in/ski-out resort condo is located in the 7-Springs Sunridge area, with access to trails and the Seven Springs Ski Resort. You have access to the community pool and hot tub during the summer months. In the winter, you can go to the lodge and swim indoors or use the hot tub for a fee. Explore the Laurel Highlands this Spring, Summer, and Fall where you can zip line, hike, fish, or white water raft! Then, come back during the Winter and hit the slopes!
$81 per night
Bungalow in Hidden valley
Camp Hope by the Slope at Hidden Valley Resort
Camp Hope by the Slope is the most comfy and cozy carriage house. It’s endearing to guests because of the open living space but private bath and changing room. It’s perfect for family bonding or romantic evenings sitting in front of the fireplace. Guests enjoy the complimentary wood for indoors or the open fire pit with chairs to relax in front of the fire. Enjoy the deluxe queen size bed on a hickory frame and another queen size sofa bed with a tempurpedic mattress for added comfort. Amazing!
$96 per night
Condo in Champion
Seven Springs Adventure Condominium
Seven Springs Condominium ready for outdoor enthusiasts or a cozy get away. Just a short shuttle ride to golf, ski, hike, bike, or enjoy the Seven Springs Lodge dinning and/or activities. Or, enjoy a drink and socialize while preparing your own meals in this quiet Swiss Mountain Condominium. One bedroom one bath with large comfortable living area. Fully stocked kitchen for cooking. Cable and internet provided. Microwave, stove, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Keurig and keurig cups provided.
$107 per night

Stay near Seven Springs's top sights

Slopeside Dining Room5 locals recommend
Highlands Market12 locals recommend
Foggy Goggle14 locals recommend
Willi's Ski & Snowboard Shop3 locals recommend
Seven Springs Golf Course9 locals recommend
Trillium Spa at Seven Springs Resort3 locals recommend

Seven Springs house rentals

Home in Rockwood
Nature-Lover Hidden Gem | Full kitchen | Fireplace
$132 per night
Home in Somerset
Franklin Cottage-2 bed, 2 bath *Laurel Highlands*
$106 per night
Home in Champion
RidgeStone Cottage Seven Springs/ Champion PA..
$130 per night
Home in Somerset
Ski & Snowboard friendly - Cozy and Spacious
$122 per night

Seven Springs condo rentals

Condo in Somerset County
Ski-in and Ski-out Condo at Seven Springs Resort
$120 per night
Condo in Middlecreek Township
Ski-in/ski-out at 7 Springs
$150 per night
Condo in Middlecreek Township
True Ski-in Ski-out Premium Location at 7 Springs
$169 per night
Condo in Farmington
A Cozy, Quiet Getaway
$150 per night

Seven Springs cottage rentals

Cottage in Normalville
Nice and Cozy Rental
$139 per night
Cottage in Mount Pleasant
Sunbeams Cottage
$113 per night
Cottage in Confluence
Stunning Creekside Cottage w/ Hot Tub
$242 per night
Cottage in Normalville
Entire Cottage w/ Additional Creek Cabin
$181 per night

Your guide to Seven Springs

Welcome to Seven Springs

The borough of Seven Springs is nestled in the Allegheny Mountains, and many visitors come here for one thing: to swoosh down the slopes at the area’s eponymous ski resort. Thanks to its high elevation, the place also offers a welcome respite from high summer temperatures. It is an ideal base for exploring the gorgeous Laurel Highlands, as the hilly surrounding countryside is called. Marked by mountains, waterfalls, lakes, and streams, this lush region draws outdoor enthusiasts keen to bike, hike, and ski. But recreation isn’t the only reason to come here. The highlands’ green pastures are also home to numerous historic sites and battlefields, including more than a few places trod by George Washington, the country’s first president, and locales that played key roles in the Revolutionary War.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Seven Springs

The ski resort and local towns buzz with visitors during winter, when snowfall is heavy and temperatures are freezing. March is maple syrup season, and local farms invite visitors to sample their goods straight from the tree. The cold weather can extend into spring, although warm days typically arrive by May, when the landscape comes to life with fresh greenery and flowers. Warm, sunny summers are ideal times to book a vacation rental here if you’re interested in hiking and biking, and fall ushers in spectacularly colored foliage. Because this area is marked by valleys and mountains, there can be a range of temperatures on any given day, so pack for diverse weather conditions.

Top things to do in Seven Springs

Hit the Mountain

With 33 slopes and trails, seven terrain parks, and 10 lifts, there’s a lot of ground to cover at the local ski resort. Beginners can sign up for a class at the ski school, while those who prefer their winter antics sitting down can hit the 11-lane tube park. In the summer the mountain turns into an adventure park with zip-lining and rock climbing. With several restaurants and bars dotting the slopes, you may never take the lift down.

Ohiopyle State Park

Unfurling over 20,000 acres, Ohiopyle State Park is a rugged gem snugged against the Allegheny Mountains. The roaring rapids of Youghiogheny River Gorge call to whitewater rafters, while cyclists set out across the Great Allegheny Passage, a former railroad route converted into a 150-mile scenic trail. Cucumber Falls, accessible by a short walk from a nearby parking lot, is rewarding in summer and winter. During the hot months it's a misty spectacle that spills into natural water slides; in winter it freezes into an elaborate ice formation.

Falling Water and Kentuck Knob

Considered an architectural masterpiece, Falling Water is a feat of organic architecture, constructed with native sandstone, perched above a waterfall, and surrounded by 5,100 acres of protected land. Join a guided tour to get a look inside and to learn more about the famous architect who created it. Nearby, you can tour Kentuck Knob, another creation by the same visionary. This majestic one-story home, made of sandstone and red cypress, blends seamlessly into the hillside on which it resides.