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A Historical Road Trip Along Pennsylvania’s National Road

  A Historical Road Trip Along Pennsylvania’s National Road Image Courtesy of Wikipedia It’s a traveling shame to equate the notion of travel to the act of visiting far off places alone and

National Road Heritage Corridor announces Mini-Grant Funding Opportunity

Press  Release National Road Heritage Corridor announces Mini-Grant Funding Opportunity For immediate release:  Thursday, 28 January, 2016, Uniontown, PA - The National Road Heritage Corridor (NRHC)  is pleased to announce a Mini-Grant Opportunity for nonprofit

Chasing Waterfalls at Ohiopyle with Photographer Rusty Glessner

Chasing Waterfalls at Ohiopyle with Photographer Rusty Glessner Whoever said don’t go chasing waterfalls must not have seen Rusty Glessner’s photography. He’s a Pennsylvania native who’s grown a supportive following through his nature photography, namely

Shop Local in the Heart of Scenery Hill

Traveling along Pennsylvania’s National Road wouldn’t be nearly as fulfilling without a pit stop at the shops in the heart of Scenery Hill. The village is quaint, eclectic, and a popular destination for both local

Spectacular Lodging along PA’s National Road

There is only one true way to travel the Historic National Road in Pennsylvania -- and that is with ease. With over 90 miles to explore and ample amounts of sights, attractions, and activities weaved

The Steamboats of Brownsville

Image Courtesy of Wikipedia The Monongahela River has served as a gateway to the west in the United States since the dawn of the New World. This river is the reason many of

National Road History: The Vagabond Camping Trips

National Road History: The Vagabond Camping Trips The National Road has served as the site of countless important historical events. Some of the most unique were what are referred to as the “Vagabond” camping trips

America’s Road to Revolution: The Jumonville Affair, Part 2

Tensions were high in the spring of 1754. Rival claims to the vast territory between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi approached a climax between the British and the French. After being asked to help

America’s Road to Revolution: The Jumonville Affair, Part 1

The Historic National Road Corridor is located in an area of southwestern Pennsylvania where arguably some of the most important revolutionary events in U.S. history occurred - events that define this Nation today. One such

Family Activities Along the National Road

Photo Courtesy: River Town Program   School is finally out for the summer! This season is a great time for kids and teens to enjoy time off with their family and friends. It is also