National Road Heritage Corridor

65 W. Main St., Fl. 2, Uniontown, PA 15401-3325 GET DIRECTIONS
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The National Road Heritage Corridor traverses the 90-mile stretch of the Historic National Road in Pennsylvania. The first federally funded road in the United States, a portion of which is currently known as Route 40, this corridor celebrates the history and heritage of the southwest corner of the region. The "road" tells the story of four distinct historic eras: Early Trails & Military Roads (pre-1800: Nemacolin's Trail and Mingo's Path), Construction of the National Road (1806-1835), Toll Road Era (1836-1900) the road is turned over to individual states, and the Automobile Era (1900s), when automobile touring becomes a popular pastime.
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Facility Amenities: ADA-compliant, Bus Parking, Concessions, Gift Shop, Handicapped Access, Pets Accepted, Vending machines
On-site Activities: Bicycling, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Playground, Swimming
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