Shermans Dale, Pennsylvania

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Shermans Dale
Sherman Valley
Unincorporated community
Coordinates: 40°19′27″N 77°10′24″W / 40.32417°N 77.17333°W / 40.32417; -77.17333Coordinates: 40°19′27″N 77°10′24″W / 40.32417°N 77.17333°W / 40.32417; -77.17333
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
County Perry
Township Carroll
Elevation 468 ft (143 m)
Time zone EST (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)
Area code(s) 717 Exchange: 789

Shermans Dale is an unincorporated community in Carroll Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania, United States,[1] along Sherman's Creek. It was originally settled by Scots-Irish settlers before the American Revolutionary War. Its ZIP code is 17090.

The public school that serves Shermans Dale is West Perry School District.


Mt. Gilead United Methodist Church is located here. It is also the site of a former Presbyterian church with a pioneer graveyard. Although this church is no longer used for weekly services, it is maintained for use for weddings and funerals.