A working farm that loves to host guests. Cole’s Greene Acres Farm offers four different campsites. They have The Apartment, The Cabin, RV Sites and primitive tent spaces. They are ranked as an Airbnb Superhost.
They also offer other products, like whole and cut-up pastured Broiler, custom butchered pork, barn quilts and barn squares.
Host your next event at the farm. Different events can be held at the farm. They have hosted intimate weddings, family and class reunions and corporate picnics and retreat rentals.
For more information on Cole’s Greene Acres Farm visit the Facebook, Instagram, or call (724) 484-3276. To book a campsite visit www.airbnb.com/rooms/14403481.
Ryerson Station State park is home to 11 miles of trails that spread across three trails. The three trails include views of the entire park. The park also includes camping, swimming, fishing and winter activities.
Winter activities include cross country skiing and snow shoeing throughout the park. You have access to this in the winter months from dusk to dawn daily.
The park includes 46 campsites for tents and trailers. It also offers two cottages for rent. All these campsites have views of the entire park.
The park is open 365 days a year from dusk to dawn. The day use area close at dusk during operation times.
There are parking areas at the park and public restrooms throughout the park.
Follow PA-21 W/W High St., continue to follow PA-21 W for 18.1 miles, make a slight left onto McNay Ridge Rd., Drive for 2.0 miles, turn left onto Bristoria Rd., destination will be on the right.
Mason-Dixon Historical Park was founded in the 1970s. The park includes many different attractions, from basketball courts and baseball fields, four shelters to rent, an amphitheater for live shows, six hiking trails and one mountain bike trail.
Dunkard Creek is a great fishing destination for all skill levels. The creek winds through both PA and WV. The other water feature you can see on this hike is Tucker Falls and it is named after Dr. Eldon P. Tucker founder of the park.
Each trail has a unique view for the hiker to experience. On the Mason-Dixon Marker Trail see the original stone that was placed by Mason and Dixon. Then, on the West Side and Blue Trail see the beautiful West Virginia sunset.
All these trails show some amazing views and some amazing history all in one park. Join us at Mason-Dixon Historical Park for all the fun.
Parking is available at the park. The park is open from 8:00 a.m. to dusk. There are public restrooms at the park.
Take exit 1 toward Mt Morris/US-19 S, turn right onto Locust Ave, drive 0.5 miles, slight right onto T329/Wades Run Rd. go 308 ft., turn left onto Buckeye Rd., drive 3.5 miles, turn right, destination will be on the left.
Welcome to Wind Ridge Log Siding & Custom Woodworking. All products are custom made by one of PA’s finest crafters using only the highest grade of materials.
A lifelong enjoyment of woodworking led Bill Pulkownik to start ‘Wind Ridge Log Siding’ 20 years ago.
“It was an interesting hobby that grew into a business,” Bill said. “It’s fun and keeps me busy. I started out making baseboards and molding for my house, then making ice chests and other furniture items for friends, and now make hardwood floors, interior and exterior molding and siding.”
“I have custom blades that allow me to match various types of molding and trim, interior or exterior” Bill added. “That’s beneficial to people restoring old houses who want to use the original molding. I can have other blades made for custom work, so there are a lot of options out there. For log siding, I can curve the edges on 2x8s and 2x6s so that the true look of a log is achieved.”
“I work with several types of wood, including cherry, oak, pine, and poplar, but will work with whatever type you prefer” Bill said. “For log siding, I work with the highest quality kiln-dried pine, fir or spruce. I’m not sure of anyone out there that can beat my prices and get the results I get.”
‘Wind Ridge Log Siding’ is located near the Jacktown Fairgrounds. You can view more examples of Bill’s work on Facebook.
Want to get away from all the traffic, noise and stress? Visit this fully furnished, rustic cabin located next to Ryerson Station State Park in Wind Ridge, PA. These two-bedroom cabins with lofts are located approximately 60 miles south of Pittsburgh, 25 miles south of Washington or 20 miles west of Waynesburg. The cabins are fully furnished with Dish TV and Internet service. Enjoy the wildlife, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, and the peace and quiet of the country. You can fish, hunt, and hike nature trails at Ryerson Park and then come back and relax.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg go 1.1 miles, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto PA-21 W/E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow PA-21 W for 19.5 miles, slight left onto McNay Ridge Rd. go 0.4 miles to destination.