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The Best of Greene County

The Best of Greene County

Home to Waynesburg University and filled with endless beauty, Green County offers an abundance of activities for locals and visitors alike. Below we have compiled a list of the places and events to check out the next time you find yourself in Greene County! Ryerson Station State Park Nestles in the hills of this Pennsylvania county lies this beautiful state park. The 1,164 acres provide

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The Best of Allegheny County

The Best of Allegheny County

Whatever you are looking for—great people, a wonderful lifestyle, good jobs, excellent education, a rich history, or simply fun and recreation—Allegheny County has it. It is the second-most populous county in Pennsylvania and encompasses the city of Pittsburgh, which is its county seat. This area of the country is so desirable, it was not only fought over by the French and English in colonial times,

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The Best of Armstrong County

The Best of Armstrong County

Among the scenic hills and farmlands of Armstrong County lies a plethora of historical and natural wonders alike for you to add to your next road trip. Ranging from unique museums sharing the story of this county’s past to romantic gardens and wineries, there are quite a few hidden gems to be discovered and enjoyed. Check’s Radio Museum Armstrong local Mel Check is the creative

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The Best of Lawrence County

The Best of Lawrence County

Lawrence County lies to the north and west of Pittsburgh and abuts the Ohio line. Its county seat is New Castle. The county was once known as the Fireworks Capital of America, and two of the largest fireworks manufacturers are still located there. Below are some attractions that draw visitors to Lawrence County: Living Treasures Animal Park Unlike larger zoos, Living Treasures Animal Park allows

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The Best of Indiana County

The Best of Indiana County

Indiana County lies to the east of Westmoreland and Armstrong Counties in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains. It is known as The Christmas Tree Capital of the World. In the early 20th century, farmers in Indiana County began planting Christmas trees, and by 1960 there were more than 200 growers in the county producing 1 million trees each year. That volume has decreased over

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The Best of Cambria County

The Best of Cambria County

Cambria County lies to the east of Westmoreland County, and at one time, this area was so remote that railroads could not traverse the steep Allegheny Mountains. Today, those mountains have been conquered, but Cambria County is still home to some of the most picturesque vistas in the state. Ebensburg is the county’s capital, and Johnstown is its largest city. Allegheny Portage Railroad This National

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The Best of Fayette County

The Best of Fayette County

Fayette County received its name from the Marquis de Lafayette, who was instrumental in helping the colonists win the Revolutionary War. Fayette County lies in southwestern Pennsylvania on the border of West Virginia and Maryland. Its county seat is Uniontown. The county benefits from natural wonders as well as from a rich history. Below are some notable attractions in Fayette County. Fallingwater Located in Mill

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The Best of Washington County

The Best of Washington County

Sometimes Pittsburghers refer to Washington, Pennsylvania, as “little Washington,” but there is nothing small about Washington and its eponymous county. From history and entertainment to sports and shopping, Washington County has something for everyone. Bradford House David Bradford served as Deputy Attorney General of Washington County. He built his home in Washington in 1788. Bradford was a participant in the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. When

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The Best of Butler County

The Best of Butler County

If there is a “sweet spot” in Western Pennsylvania, it may be Butler County. Located only 25 miles north of Pittsburgh, Butler County is close enough to enjoy all the attractions and amenities that the city offers, but is far enough away to retain the charm of small-town America and the peacefulness of rural life. Butler County was founded in 1800 and named for General

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The Best of Westmoreland County

The Best of Westmoreland County

Westmoreland County is where it’s at if you like natural, beautiful surroundings, affordable housing and taxes, numerous parks and opportunities for recreation, and history. Located to the east of Allegheny County, Westmoreland County combines the best of both worlds: rural life and the amenities of metropolitan areas. Below are some of the things Westmoreland County has going for it. Arnold Palmer Regional Airport With plentiful

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