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We are excited to welcome you all to the Laurel Mountains! These mountains are where Margaret learned to ski, went to summer camp, and spent late nights playing with her cousins in the bunk room at her grandparents' house. Roberto's memories here started in 2015, spending his birthday and fall break with Margaret's family learning to fly fish (he caught many trees), and have since grown. We hope you all are able to explore some of the places that are meaningful to us!

Hike in Linn Run State Park

770 Linn Run Road, Stahlstown, PA 15687

The varied topography and mixed hardwood and evergreen forest make the 612-acre Linn Run State Park a scenic place for picnicking, hiking, and cabin rentals. Grove and Rock runs join to make Linn Run, an excellent trout stream. A lovely waterfall, Adam Falls, is a scenic spot nearby the picnic area. Forbes State Forest borders Linn Run State Park and offers 50,000 acres of land for outdoor recreation.

Visit Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

1491 Mill Run Road, Mill Run, PA 15464

Fallingwater is a house designed in 1935 by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) for the Kaufmann family, owners of Pittsburgh’s largest department store. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is one of his most widely acclaimed works and best exemplifies his philosophy of organic architecture: the harmonious union of art and nature. Fallingwater is located in the mountains of Southwestern Pennsylvania, also known as the Laurel Highlands, in Mill Run, Fayette County, which is about 70 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Wright designed Fallingwater to rise above the waterfall over which it is built. Local craftsmen quarried native sandstone and other materials from the property and completed the construction of the main house, guest house and service wing in 1939.

Explore Powdermill Nature Reserve

1795 Pennsylvania 381, Rector, PA 15677

Powdermill Nature Reserve is Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s environmental research center. Located 55 miles southeast of Pittsburgh in Rector, Pennsylvania, Powdermill is a field station and laboratory where researchers do long-term studies of natural populations in western Pennsylvania. In addition to being positioned for Appalachian-specific studies in ornithology, ecology, invertebrate zoology, and botany, Powdermill is a great place to spend a fun-filled day outdoors with the family. Explore the beautiful woodlands around Powdermill, or visit the nature center, which features exhibits that highlight local wildlife, an indoor stream, and a marsh machine that uses a living greenhouse to purify waste water. Admission to Powdermill Nature Reserve is free.

Tour Fort Ligonier

200 South Market Street, Ligonier, PA 15658

As summer waned in 1758, the site of a new fortification was chosen by the British army that overlooked the Loyalhanna Creek. It was the last in a string of fortifications along the newly cut Forbes Road that would ultimately stretch from Philadelphia to the site of French Fort Duquesne, the ultimate objective of the Forbes Campaign. When Fort Duquesne fell to the British army in late November of 1758, construction of a new fort, Fort Pitt, began, and the land on which it rose was named Pittsburgh. Find out more about how Fort Ligonier made Pittsburgh possible as you explore the grounds of the finest reconstructed fortification from the French and Indian War.

Visit Flight 93 National Memorial

6424 Lincoln Highway, Stoystown, PA 15563

On Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001, the U.S. came under attack when four commercial airliners were hijacked and used to strike targets on the ground. Nearly 3,000 people tragically lost their lives. Because of the actions of the 40 passengers and crew aboard one of the planes, Flight 93, the attack on the U.S. Capitol was thwarted. Explore the stories and people of Flight 93 and September 11 in more depth. Watch videos, view photo galleries, and explore interactive elements to find out more about the stories of Flight 93 and the memorial.

Shop the many local shops of Ligonier

Ligonier, PA 15658

Some of our favorites include Ligonier Outfitters, Scamps Toffee, Laurel Highlands Olive Oil, Post & Rail Men’s Shop, Main Exhibit Gallery, and the many Antique shops!

Places to get a bite to eat

Getaway Café The best local diner to grab a hearty breakfast or lunch! Ligonier Creamery The best ice cream in town - homemade! Not to be missed The Original Pie Shoppe Margaret’s favorite place to grab a sweet treat or sandwich to go! A pre summer camp tradition for the Weber Family. El Vaquero Mexicano A casual spot to grab delicious tacos, etc for lunch or dinner. Great for a big group. Kitchen on Main A cute local spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. See you there on Sunday for Farewell Brunch! King Fisher Coffee House Best place in town to grab a cup of coffee! Eastwood Inn A classic and cozy steakhouse. A tradition for many since 1934! This would be our suggestion for a more elevated dinner if you chose to extend your stay in Ligonier! Reservations recommended. Scamps Toffee One visit to ‘world famous’ Scamps Toffee and you will be hooked! Pop by Scamps to try their toffee and bring home a bag (or two, or three, or more…)! Scamps also makes a great gift

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