Mechanicsburg is a peaceful little borough in Cumberland County, Southern Pennsylvania. It took its name because of the many mechanics used to live here during the early days of the Civil War. Actually, Mechanicsburg, PA was a major recruitment site for Union Army and the place where Company C of the 16th Infantry Regiment of Volunteers trained (Camp Curtin). Overall, Mechanicsburg it is a nice place to stop by for a couple of days and explore what the area has to offer. A few of the top Mechanicsburg attractions include the Liberty Forge Arboretum, Stationmaster’s House, Hall’s tower, Williams Grove Speedway (for the fans of speed), Adventure Park (the kids will love it), etc. What makes Mechanicsburg, PA really famous though is the Jubilee Day Festival, the largest one-day street festival on the East Coast. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 120 and nearby Mechanicsburg, PA. You can find rooms from as little as $40, while the average price per room per night is $100 (2 guests).