Come Down to the River and Play

Your Perfect Day? We’ve Got it. And it’s Right Here - Clear Water, Mountain Air, Shady Trails, and Small Town Charm. And We’re Right Around the Bend.
What to Do Along the River

Kayak or Boat, Bike or Hike Along the Scenic Mon River

There’s a Lot to Do Here! Whether you like your outdoor recreation fast or slow, the Mon Valley’s got what you are looking for. Run, bike, or stroll our trails, water ski or paddle our river. Grab a quick bite at a local eatery or enjoy a leisurely picnic in a riverside park – maybe catch your own fish dinner!

Did You Know...

Monongahela is the hometown of famed NFL quarterback Joe Montana. Motorists on the Mon Valley Expressway might notice twin bridges named the Joe Montana Bridges.

TOWN SPOTLIGHT

Visit The Oldest Settlement in the Valley

The City of Monongahela was founded in 1769 on land at the confluence of Pigeon Creek and the Monongahela River, making it the oldest settlement in the Mon River Valley. The town has two ancient Native American burial grounds and was a key player in the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. Today, Monongahela is home to one of the country’s only outdoor waterside auditoriums – The Monongahela Aquatorim which hosts a series of summer concerts dubbed “Rockin’ on The Mon,” fabulous fireworks, and a hauntingly fun October Witch Festival!

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Recent News

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    Mon Valley Alliance becomes the Monongahela River Water Trail Managing Organization

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    A Live Interview with Into Pittsburgh with Mon River Towns Director Cathy McCollom

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