With sites like Friendship Hill, Nemacolin Castle, and the W.A. Young Foundry, history is alive in the River Town region.
A Pennsyslvania River of the Year
The area's many vibrant marinas provide docks, launches, boat repairs, and sales. Many also feature restaurants, bars, and even campgrounds.
With weekly farmers' market in many of the River Towns, fresh fruits and vegetables abound. Check out the event calendar for days and times.
Ten Mile Creek provides a quiet opportunity for paddling and fishing.
From Observer-Reporter.com, by C.R. Nelson, September 27, 2012 Greensboro is having an unveiling at 2 p.m. Saturday of not one, but three works of public art that might just be the beginning of Greensboro’s new role as an almost forgotten […]
Join the River Town Program for a one-day paddle along the scenic Monongahela River from Point Marion to Greensboro. Beginners and experienced paddlers alike are welcome! The trip, approximately 6 miles, will include educational presentations, as well as an optional […]
On Saturday, September 29th, the public is invited to attend the unveiling of three new pieces of public art, brought to Greensboro through the work of the River Town Program, Nathanael Greene Elm Street Program, and the Sprout Fund. Activities […]