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Located at the southern reaches of the Laurel Ridge, Ohiopyle State Park encompasses approximately 20,500 acres of rugged natural beauty and serves as the gateway to the Laurel Highlands. Close to major metropolitan areas and offering vast choices...more
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We decided to visit the Visitors Center on a rainy afternoon to occupy kids - aged 5 and 6. Beautiful Visitors Center with lots of interactive displays for the children! We enjoyed the visit and can't wait for warmer weather to really explore the park.
Even though it was raining when we visited, Ohiopyle is definitely worth a stop. The visitor's center is small but very interesting (note: the gift store is cash only). There are unique plants that only grow in the Ferncliff area and the geology is intriguing....More
We stopped while traveling the PA section of the National Road(Rte. 40). Absolutely stunning scenery, even from the car! It was raining and quite chilly, so I only got out to snap a few photos. We have been down here to whitewater raft with a...More
Many trails for all levels and time hiking. Cute small town with shops and restaurants and bathrooms with ample parking. Long all day hikes with rough terrain to short well groomed trails. Biking trails and rafting available
Ohiopyle has become a whitewater enthusiasts destination. There plenty of outfitters that can get you into one of the best times you'll ever have. Besides rafting and kayaking, there are trails to hike and bike, including The Great Allegheny Passage, camp sites, bars, pubs, restaurants,...More
Visiting her cousin's family with my friend, came here to hike over the Youghiogheny - the "Yahk" they called it. People were riding bikes on the trails too. Walked on the rocks where the kids do the natural water slide. Then we toured the little...More
The walled tents are in terrible shape. They all reek of mold. The tent we were in had holes in all of the mesh, and had visible mold growing on the ceiling. One of the top bunks was removed from it's place and just laying...More
We lucked into a brief window of sun between rainstorms during our visit to Ohiopyle. Enough time to take in the main falls, walk through town, for my boyfriend to get a 90 min bike ride in along the trail while I enjoyed a book...More