Fall brings cool, crisp air to Greene County, Pennsylvania and the colorful display of leaves changing their colors. While you are enjoying this seasonal masterpiece, we are highlighting seven activities that should be added to your Fall Bucket List.
For two fun-filled days, Lippencott Alpacas will open up its beautiful and spacious farm located on Meadowbrook Road in Waynesburg to the public for a free open house where visitors will be able to discover everything about alpacas.
As we look forward to the thrills, the entertainment, the delicious fair food and the many contests and exhibitions, what makes the Greene County Fair truly stand out is the passion and determination of the adolescents who work all year long with their respective animals for the 4-H shows and sales.
It’s not too late to enjoy several summer activities! Greene County embraces the summer season with a variety of attractions for all to enjoy. From swimming and camping to history and golfing, we came up with seven activities you can check off your Summer Bucket List!
The Waynesburg Farmers Market is one of the longest-running farmer’s markets in Greene County since its introduction by Waynesburg Prosperous & Beautiful in 2005. From 10 am to 2 pm on Wednesdays, customers can find a quaint market right next to the courthouse. Enjoy shopping for farm-fresh produce, home-baked goods, wine, and hot lunches to-go.
Showcase your love and affection in a memory that will last forever. Southwestern Pennsylvania is perfect for that small, intimate wedding designed to showcase the love and affection during the ceremony, photos and reception. From beautiful farm scenery and traditional wine making to encompassing your special day amid history, Greene County has something to offer every bridal couple searching for that perfect venue to highlight the special moment.
Friendly, polite, easy to raise, and downright adorable are just some of the qualities that bring families out to take the Lippencott Alpaca tour, offered year-round at Hawkins Farm in Lippincott, Pennsylvania. In a field full of fuzzy alpacas, one will find plenty of elbowroom, as the animals cluster around to be learned from and admired.