Things to Do
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Scenic and Diverse Mid-Atlantic Destination
Spanning over 2,900 square miles of Pennsylvania's highest mountain tops [3,213 ft.] rolling countryside and sparkling waterways, the Laurel Highlands is located in the southwestern corner of the state about a one hour drive east of Pittsburgh. The region is home to some of Pennsylvania's most iconic sites, thousands of acres of pristine federal and state parkland and some of the prettiest scenery in America. From Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater to the Flight 93 National Memorial to the Great Allegheny Passage Rail-Trail and Idlewild & SoakZone - voted the Best Amusement Park for Kids in the World! The Laurel Highlands is one of the Mid-Atlantic's most scenic and diverse destinations.
The Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau gladly assists local, regional, national and international press with tourism statistics, story ideas and press trips.
Vice President - Public Relations
800-333-5661, ext. 109
for a press kit or to discuss a customized press visit.