Greene County, Pennsylvania is an excursion to a simpler time! It is a place that celebrates history and tradition, while looking forward to the future. It is a place where you can follow a path known as the Warrior Trail, created by Native Americans over 5,000 years ago; walk along a portion of a 250-year-old surveying expedition resulting in the Mason-Dixon line; explore a perfectly preserved century-old foundry and machine shop; or visit a nationally acclaimed university that is educating the current generation for the future.
Looking for fun and adventure? Bike along the Monongahela River, see a movie at a rare and iconic drive-in theater in Carmichaels, or drive through the countryside (especially during the fall season for scenic foliage). Visit seven historic covered bridges, swim and play at the region’s foremost water parks, play golf, go fishing, visit a farm, hike, run, or hunt. Ramp up the excitement at High Point National Pro Motocross Arena and Lucas Oil Truck and Tractor Pulls.
Numerous festivals are held throughout the year celebrating our traditions. These include two country fairs celebrating our agricultural industry, a coal show honoring the coal industry, a river festival along the Monongahela, numerous classic car shows, and even a festival that honors rain. This is just a sampling of the festivals and events that celebrate what we love in Greene County, Pennsylvania.
Discover more at www.VisitGreene.org