The American Judo Hapkido Institute features two large training spaces, a 2400 sq. ft main mat area, and a second 800 sq. ft practice space. Both mat areas use state-of-the-art training surfaces. In addition to classroom space, there is a lobby with a retail area, and separate men’s and women’s changing rooms. Our Waynesburg school offers plenty of free parking, day and evening classes, and numerous programs such as children and adult classes and the Te-Geri fitness program.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow E High St. for 0.2 miles, turn right, destination will be on the right.
Bicycle PA Route A follows the historical State Route 19. On this journey in Greene County, you can see everything from historical Mail Pouch Barns, beautiful views, and all sorts of wildlife. This bike route is for the more experienced road biker.
Mail Pouch tobacco barns are scattered throughout the county. Originally in Greene County there were 30 barns but only seven are left today. The Greatest Mail Pouch Barn painter, Harley Warrick could have touched these barns. He joined a crew in 1946 and continued to paint up until 1992 when he retired.
Bicycle Pa Route A follows Route 19 all the way to the shores of Lake Erie. The entirety of this trail is 199 miles and passes through many historic towns in Western PA.
The Center Township Community Park is located off of State Route 21 West near the village of Rogersville, Pennsylvania. There are three baseball fields, a playground, public restrooms and pavilions available for rent. Two pavilions have grills available. There is plenty of shade available and Ten Mile Creek runs along the park.
There is a parking lot on site and public bathrooms are available.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto US-19 N/E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow US-19 N/E High St. for 1.4 miles, continue straight onto PA-21 W/W High St., continue to follow PA-21 W. for 5.8 miles, turn left toward Park Rd. go 69 ft., turn right onto Park Rd., destination will be on the left.
A public park that offers a pavilion for rental. There are picnic tables, a baseball field, football field, basketball court, volleyball court, concession stand and restrooms.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow E High St. for 0.4 miles, turn left onto Sugar Run Rd., go 0.5 miles, turn right onto Orchard Rd/Sugar Run Rd. go 46 ft., turn right onto Porter St. go 0.3 miles, destination will be on the right.
Dunkard Creek is a stream that flows 36.9 miles through Greene County, PA and Monongalia County, WV, near the towns of Mount Morris, PA and Blacksville, WV. In 1995, the Dunkard Creek Watershed Association, Inc., was created with assistance from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection in a statewide movement toward public stewardship of natural resources. Until then, most people seldom if ever considered the fact that they were living in a “watershed”. What is a watershed? A geographic area that contains a common outlet, such as a stream, river, lake or wetland, into which water drains. In Pennsylvania, the Greene County Watershed Alliance and Friends of Dunkard Creek provide stewardship for this two-state waterway.
The Enlow Fork Natural Area is located close to the Greene and Washington county borders. The trail is approximately 6.5 miles long and goes through some of the best river bottom forest in the Allegheny low plateau.
The trail is a bird watchers dream, birds of all species are scattered around the area. Some include the Midwestern and Carolinian (Southern) species of birds. Bring your binoculars and see what you can find.
This land and trail protect many different species of wildflowers. The main wildflower in this area is the Blue-Eyed Mary. This flower is a prairie-remnant species. The flower has hints of dark and light blue on the petals.
All these beautiful pieces of nature can be seen on your hike in the southwestern Pennsylvania woods. Come to the Enlow Fork Natural Area, and see everything for yourself.
GPS coordinates are 39.961076, -80.462700. The trail is located at the end of Smoky Row Lane which is located in State Game Lands 302.
There is on-site parking and access to the trail is located at the end of the parking area.
Franklin Township Community Park, which is also called the Lions Park, is located near the Waynesburg Aquatic Center and is adjacent to the Lions Club Park. There is a little league ball field and a playground at the park.
There is a small parking lot across the street from the playground.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, drive 0.7 miles, turn left onto Park Ave/T889, turn right onto E Oakview Dr/T889, destination will be on the right.
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.
The airport was activated in December 1937. In the years following 1946, there were numerous improvements made. In 1958, the main runway (3,500 feet long and 75 feet wide) was paved. During 1972-73, taxiways were constructed and the apron expanded at a cost of about $324,600. A master plan was completed in 1974, and in 1977 the turf runway was abandoned. An access taxiway was built to the T-hangers in 1979-80; and in 1983, a bituminous overlay was applied to the runway, and additional taxiways were built to a new T-hanger. Greene County Airport can accept light aircraft. For busy company executives who want to maximize their time and build efficiency in their travel schedule, the Greene County Airport provides an ideal tool and another competitive advantage for the nearby EverGreene Technology Park. The airport is a public-use, general aviation airport with no runway lights for night landing. It currently has hangar space for small aircraft. The 3,500-foot-by-75-foot bit runway can sufficiently accommodate most light aviation needs. With the ultimate goal of transforming the airport into an executive airpark, EverGreene planners and business developers are actively seeking aviation-related businesses and flight training academies interested in building long-term partnerships. The aviation sector will greatly benefit from the park’s other workforce development initiatives already in the planning stages with all five Greene County school districts, the vocational-technical school and higher education partners like Waynesburg University. From leading-edge aviation training and maintenance curricula to internship and apprenticeship programs, the unprecedented cooperation among these public and private entities is unique and powerful.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 for PA-21 E toward Masontown, turn left onto PA-21 E, follow PA-21 to Murtha Drive, destination will be on the left.