Duration: Two days and two nights
Wet and wild is the country way in the Laurel Highlands, where the rushing wet stuff in the Youghiogheny River rules the roost. And beneath the surface, you'll find caverns that stretch for miles beneath the rolling river above. Dried off, you'll love the personalities of the towns that have sprung up in and around the parks and rivers. And the multi-generational businesses that have flourished in those towns. There's a reason these families didn't want to pack up and move away from the history and beauty of this region. A fair amount of bragging rights go along with growing up in the area of Fort Necessity, where George Washington started his career. Now it's your turn to explore, as only a good shunpiker should.
When Nemacolin does luxury dining, you know they aren't playing around. Picture steakhouses with ridiculously juicy filets and international cuisine from places you've never even heard of. Bring your appetite, and your French-to-English dictionary.Read More >
Like we said: spas, golf courses, and animal habitats. Nemacolin is a world unto itself with sleeping accommodations that range from luxurious hotel suites to secluded townhomes. And if you're seeking even more privacy, you have the option of renting an entire house. Don't worry, no matter how far away you go, room service is only a call away.Read More >
Whether you're in a rush or looking for a nice sit down dinner, Pine Grill gets the job done. Diners from every corner of the state sing the praises of their 16oz Porterhouse Steak.Read More >
Joyce and Dan, your hosts at this cozy inn, will be more than happy to give you a place to kick your feet up and catch some Z's. They've been hosting hikers, climbers, and every other kind of outdoor adventurer for years, so we think they'll know how to handle a weary roadtripper or two.Read More >
Rockwood Mill Shoppes
and Opera House
Don’t let the old-timey rustic looks fool you; this century-old lumber and feed mill is still buzzing with activity. Step inside and you’ll find a bustling marketplace with more than a dozen vendors. Treat yourself to baked goods and ice cream in the food court, or take a walk upstairs for a show in the old Opera House.