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.
On January 15th, KDKA News in Pittsburgh featured a story on the Mon’s run for “River of the Year.” Watch the video here. And be sure to cast your vote at http://pawatersheds.org/vote/ before this Friday!
The Brownsville Historical Society is taking a winter break, closing Nemacolin Castle for the season. The historic home and gift shop, located at 136 Front St., will reopen in the spring. Visit www.nemacolincastle.org to learn more.