Western PA's Allegheny Mountains are a popular place for groups to visit because of the varied options of things to do, and the ease with which groups can get to the region. Outdoor enthusiasts regard us as a top destination on the east cost because of the breathtaking scenery, diverse wildlife and endless recreational opportunities. We are also home to historic sites and battlefields, national landmarks and one-of-a-kind architecture.
Few destinations offer the extent of travel opportunities as the Laurel Highlands.
Here's why you should make us your next group tour destination:
The Allegheny Mountains provides unmatched opportunities for nature and wildlife groups and outdoor recreation clubs. We're visited by hundreds of groups annually that come to Western Pennsylvania during all four seasons to observe our diverse and abundant wildlife, natural beauty and unique scenic by-ways.
An extensive trail and river system provides limitless opportunities for outdoor recreation clubs, especially white-water rafting, mountain-biking and hiking clubs. Five national parks and another dozen state parks make the region special and fresh for all sorts of enthusiasts.
Groups interested in history and culture will find Laurel Highlands, PA unforgettable. Your tour can visit the finest example of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, Fallingwater, as well as two other Wright properties in the region. Historic battlefields, the Flight 93 National Memorial, and unique cultural centers and regional theater will surprise and delight your group.
With the heart of our region located just an hour and a half southeast Pittsburgh, PA, our mountains and historic lands offer a quick and convenient getaway for our city neighbors. The Somerset, Donegal, New Stanton, and Irwin exits of the PA Turnpike are easy entrance points to the wonder of the Laurel Highlands.
Our location also makes us easily accessible from major metro areas on the Eastern Seaboard including New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Located at the crossroads of several major highways including the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Interstate 70, Route 30 (The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor) and Route 40 (The National Road Heritage Corridor), you'll stay on schedule while adding value to your travelers by adding time at one of our many acclaimed attractions, shopping areas and more.
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From major turnpike interchanges to scenic byways, all roads lead to PA's Laurel Highlands.