This small village offers many things for hikers on the AT. A park to camp overnight in, a pizza place, a general store with a deli, and a bar / restaurant. You can ship packages to the Unionville Post Office, and pick up the packages when you arrive. A quaint little village with very friendly people. You can register at the village office or at the general store and stay in the park. The village office has a water spicket and the post office a power outlet. There's a clean port-a-potty and a gazebo. The former Mayor changed this town years ago into a hiker loving community and as a result they love each other more. The pizza place has free wi-fi. All of the local businesses are hiker friendly.
Didn't stay but a good place to pass through. There is a post office if you need it, a community center with a spigot if you need to get water and I heard they sometimes open up to lodge hikers. Horlers is a cute store/deli with ice cream and some resupply options... But not extensive. A better place to buy a meal to pack out more than anything.
Walk a small stretch down from the trail and you'll arrive at the town center, with pizza, a deli, etc. I didn't stay here, but from what I heard it's kinda janky sleeping in a gazebo. The deli is awesome - decent resupply, with good hot breakfast sandwiches.