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Official Greene County Map
Located in the southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, Greene County is approximately one hour south of Pittsburgh and 30 minutes north of Morgantown, West Virginia. Interstate 79 spans the central portion of the county, and the Monongahela River borders Greene County to the east.
Washington & Greene Counties’ Covered Bridge Driving Tour
Plan your self-guided driving tour exploring rural Southwestern Pennsylvania with Covered Bridges as your focal point. The brochure provides the essential information needed to plan a single outing or multiple excursions to 30 covered bridges spanning two counties.
History & Heritage Brochure
Since the county was formed in 1796, these rolling hills and vast acres of farmland have witnessed an untold number of people and events that have shaped the past, present, and future. From connections to the triumphs of local, regional, and national history, to remnants of horrifying tales of murder and death, Greene County has a rich and varied background worthy of discovery.