Welcome to the Village of Boiling Springs!
Celebrating its 175th Anniversary – since 1845
The Village of Boiling Springs started as an 18th century industrial settlement and became a 19th century small-town village. The Village was a stop along the Underground Railroad and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. The Village of Boiling Springs houses many historic structures including the Memorial Clock Tower, Boiling Springs Mill, and Children’s Lake.
The Village of Boiling Springs proves to be a unique, quaint little town that today, is cherished by many members of the Boiling Springs Community. It is a stop along the Appalachian Trail and a location for small shops, art galleries, restaurants, cafes, recreation, and charming residential properties.
Established in 1845, the Village of Boiling Springs is not only a historic landmark and iconic visiting place with beautiful scenery, but a true treasure that many call home.