Pittsburgh & Countryside Camping
From the agritourism of Butler County to the multitude of theatre venues, music houses, and art galleries of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh & Countryside region of southeastern Pennsylvania will fill your days with attractions, events, and festivals!
Whether it is art at the Carnegie Family of Museums, music, children's, ethnic groups, historical, even one of the many outdoor recreation festivals …you'll find something to interest you and your family or friends. Find all of them at www.visitpittsburgh.com/events-festivals/. Go camping near Pittsburgh PA for easy access to all these attactions and more.
Yeeee Haw! Too much fun! That's the typical scream you'll hear or yell yourself when rafting down the famous Youghiogheny River, or Yough for short. As you barrel through the Class II - IV rapids you'll find yourself exhilarated and shocked when the 50 degree water splashes up into your raft.
Relive history from the 19th century by visiting the covered bridges of Indiana County, considered the Christmas Tree Capital of the world and also home to movie legend Jimmy Stewart. The county is also known for its energy-production facilities in Smicksburg near, ironically, the Amish and their traditional ways.