Campgrounds

Open year-round, the park features 20 RV sites that are fully equipped with Wi-Fi, water, sewage and electricity.

Burns RV Park is conveniently located 21 miles off of Interstate 79 and just half a mile from Ryerson Station State Park. Open year-round, the park features 20 RV sites that are fully equipped with water, sewage and electricity. Wireless Internet is also available. The park is close to churches, restaurants and grocery stores. It is family friendly. There are garbage bins available and a water faucet with drinkable water. You can go fishing in Wheeling Creek, which is stocked with trout.

Directions:

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 19.7 miles, turn right go 0.1 miles, destination will be on the right.

724-428-4183
590 West Roy Furman Highway
Graysville, PA 15337

A working farm that loves to host guests! Cabin, RV spaces and primitive tent space rentals through Airbnb. Intimate wedding, family/class reunion, corporate picnic/retreat rental facilities available.

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.

724-484-3276
502 Hoovers Run Road
Holbrook, PA 15341
Promotes the educational, recreational, cultural and historical aspects of the park, and reconnects individuals and families with the outdoors.

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.

Directions:

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.

724-428-4254
361 Bristoria Road
Wind Ridge, PA 15380
Rural-area agriculture fair that is said, “you can’t die happy until you have been to the Jacktown Fair.”

The first Jacktown Fair happened October 3-4 in 1866. The fair has a rich long history. Events have changed over the years at the fair, but the first fair included many competitions, like livestock, needlework, farm machinery and horse racing. Today’s fair still includes the different competitions, but has added others over the years like truck and tractor pulls, rides and motocross races.

Some historical firsts have happened at the Jacktown Fair. They were one of the first in the area to offer a night fair. Gas lamps were installed at the fairgrounds in the 1920’s. Then, in 1939 the gas lamps were replaced by electric ones. The fair also featured a wedding in 1932.

In 1946, the horse races ended at the Jacktown Fair. They were replaced by the popular horse pulls.

The fair celebrated their 100th year in 1965. Come see the rich 150 plus year history at the Jacktown Fair, because “You can’t die happy until you have been to the Jacktown fair.” For more information on the fair visit www.jacktownfair.org.

724-428-3637
440 West Roy Furman Highway
Wind Ridge, PA 15380
Mason-Dixon Park was established in the 1970s, the 295-acres of meadow and woodland stretch across the state line to commemorate the great achievement of Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon. The park features hiking trails, ball field, cabins, pavilions and a playground.

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.

Directions:

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.

304-879-4101
79 Buckeye Road
Core, WV 26541
Located on the banks of Dunkard Creek with a log cabin that serves as a stage for live performances during annual festivals.
304-879-5500
164 Creek Road
Mount Morris, PA 15349