The borough of Camp Hill, PA, located just across the Susquehanna River from the capital in Harrisburg, offers the very best of small-town living in central Pennsylvania. Camp Hill is known for its excellent schools, natural scenery, and very active civic institutions. It's also a great place to live if you work in the capital, but would rather spend your downtime in a quiet, community focused town with an excellent quality of life. Camp Hill residents enjoy better than average household income numbers, and that income goes even farther thanks to the town's affordable cost of living.
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Camp Hill is home to an estimated population of just under 8,000 residents, with a steady growth trajectory in recent years. Many of Camp Hill's residents choose to live here due to excellent economic opportunities, with a median household income of $62,225 that is over $12,000 better than the state average, and home values that perform similarly well. It's also a very well-educated community, where a remarkable 51% of adults have earned at least a bachelor's degree. The crime rate in Camp Hill is also miles below state and national averages, making it one of the safest towns in Pennsylvania. Search the newest real eatate listings in Camp Hill, PA.
Camp Hill is served by the Camp Hill School District, which includes a total of four schools that cover kindergarten through twelfth grade. Camp Hill Middle and Eisenhower Elementary School are both especially popular, receiving excellent reviews from parents, students, and school-rating organizations. The Grace Milliman Pollack Performing Arts Center makes Camp Hill a desirable destination for any student who loves the arts. There are also quite a few well-regarded colleges nearby, including Penn State Harrisburg, Dickinson College, and Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Search Camp Hill homes for sale by school district.
When you talk about Camp Hill's job market, you also need to include Harrisburg. Many of the town's residents hold government jobs in the capital, but there are also great opportunities on Camp Hill's side of the Susquehanna. With such a strong average income, it likely comes as little surprise that Camp Hill has major opportunities in the fields of science, finance, technical services, healthcare, management, and public administration. The town's excellent school system also creates quite a few jobs, and Camp Hill is also a hot-spot for non-profit organizations.
There's plenty to see and do in Camp Hill, including beautiful nature parks, excellent athletic facilities, and the Cleve J. Fredrickson Library, which is rated as one of the best in the region. The town's position on the Susquehanna River also makes for great sight-seeing and the perfect place for a quiet evening stroll by the sunset. It's also easy to enjoy your favorite outdoor activities in Camp Hill, from canoeing and kayaking in the summer to skiing in the nearby Pocono Mountains in the winter. Since Camp Hill is just across the river from the capital, you'll also have easy access to all of the big city fun and culture in downtown Harrisburg.
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