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.
Reprinted from the Observer Reporter by: Aaron Kendeall February 21, 2013 Facing an operating budget deeply in the red and falling ridership, the floundering ferryboat in Fredericktown has been struggling to stay afloat. But if the historic vessel does have […]
You are invited to a gathering of friends, residents, civic leaders, business owners, and government officials to hear the official announcement that the Sheepskin Trail is coming to Point Marion. The celebration will be held Thursday, March 7th at 5:00pm […]
From Pittsburgh Post Gazette, February 1, 2013. “State residents have voted the Monongahela River as Pennsylvania’s 2013 River of the Year. The Mon, which flows through Greene, Fayette, Washington, Westmoreland and Allegheny counties, was chosen from among six candidates for […]