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Local Attractions
So much to do in this area - from golf to fishing to skiing, to experiencing the rich history of our country, to fine dining
and the world of the arts, and more!



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for more information on some of our area's highlights!



Laurel Highlands Visitor's Bureau
has all the information you could want about the area's attractions
and the rich history of our region.

 
Situated atop the Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania, Seven Springs Mountain Resort provides majestic views and the best natural snow in the mid-Atlantic region. Among the deciduous trees and evergreens, you are sure to find an escape from your daily routine. An amazing variety of slopes and trails ranging from the gliding and meandering Fawn Lane to the adrenaline rush of the double diamond Goosebumps – there’s a slope for everyone!



Hidden Valley Resort is excited to announce the arrival of our new mountain boards. Mountain boarding is one of the fastest growing extreme sports. It combines the carving and freestyle of snowboarding and skating with the trail aspects of mountain biking and BMX. Hidden Valley has extensive mountain trails to try the sport out on.



Fallingwater is the name of a National Historic Landmark house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s most famous architect that is built over a waterfall. You have to see this amazing place!



Donegal Highlands, a championship 18 hole public golf course, offers a unique challenge to golfers of all abilities. Nestled in the picturesque hills of Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands, Donegal Highlands provides the perfect golf getaway.



Caddie Shack boasts 50 acres of action packed adventure with assorted amusement rides, three go-kart tracks, miniature golf and driving range, batting cages, arcade, bumper boats and more



Idlewild: voted#2 Best Kid's Park In The World by Amusement Today. Voted Top Five Park for Families by National Amusement Park Historical Association. Ranked as One of America's Most Beautiful Theme Parks



White Water Adventurers is the leading rafting outfitter in Ohio Pyle Pennsylvania. Come and feel the roar of the river beneath your whitewater raft. Taking a whitewater adventure with your friends and family will help you to forget the stresses of everyday life.



Kooser State Park in the heart of the Laurel Highlands at an altitude of 2,600 feet, attracts visitors year-round to its 250 acres of forest and the beautiful trout stream that flows the full length of the park.



One hour family  tours through the easy part of Pennsylvania's largest cave make Laurel Caverns an ideal field trip destination.



Relive the stirring days of young Colonel George Washington, General John Forbes and the encounters of the British and Americans against the French and Indians. Enjoy the unique Fort Ligonier adventure where your family will thrill to the color and excitement of our frontier heritage and the epic period of the clash for empire between Great Britain and France.



The battle at Fort Necessity in the summer of 1754 was the opening action of the French and Indian War. This war was a clash of British, French and American Indian cultures. It ended with the removal of French power from North America. The stage was set for the American Revolution.


Come experience the natural healing gardens and learn about the different healing properties of various local "weeds" at the weekly Tea In The Garden Weed Walks. Also available, natural health consultations with Judy Trabbold, Master Herbalist.


The Woodlands Spa  at Nemacolin surrounds you with lush ambiance and innovative therapies.  Based on the principles of Feng Shui, their treatments offer many different remedies to rejuvenate mind, body and soul - sure to provide a refreshing retreat from the stresses of life.



The Mountain Playhouse is Pennsylvania’s oldest professional stock theater and one of only twelve professional summer stock theaters remaining in the United States today. The theater is housed in a restored 1805 gristmill.



Contact our local Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce for more information about our area. They have a FREE Visitor's Guide they will be glad to send to you!