Ohiopyle to honor retired state park manager at wine festival

By Amy Fauth This Saturday, most attending the Ohiopyle Wine and Arts Fest are hoping to pick up a nice bottle of their favorite wine, but Ken Bisbee will be there for an entirely different reason. The former Ohiopyle State Park Operations Manager, who retired in April, will return to the small town he once…

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Spirit of the River: Ohiopyle Wine and Arts Festival | Saturday, June 1

The party’s coming to Ohiopyle! Tickets are NOW LIVE for the Spirit of the River Wine & Arts Festival! Join us on June 1st (11am-5pm) for a day filled with FUNdraising! There’ll be live music by Frett Buzz, delicious wine & spirits tastings, and over 40 amazing arts & crafts vendors! This event supports the…

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Residents, business owners celebrate Ohiopyle’s ‘best small town’ designation

REPRINTED FROM THE HERALD STANDARD Borough beat 19 other places in Northeast for USA Today’s readers’ choice award The announcement proclaiming Ohiopyle as the “Best Small Town in the Northeast” was met with both surprise and validation by locals who are hoping it will help the tiny borough step out of the shadow of the…

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10 Most Scenic Small Towns In Pennsylvania

Few things embody bucolic landscapes with historic charm than Pennsylvania, a refreshing state of liberal renown. In this land of many trees, the most scenic small towns, there are places that should not be dismissed. Where Amish culture thrives, and ancient Native Americans have stamped an enduring legacy in several sites, these small towns possess…

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Ohiopyle Polar Plunge | April 13, 2024 | 9AM

Wash away the last of winter with a polar plunge into the Yough! Just $5 per person! (Pay on the day of the event) Register: 9 am, Ohiopyle Stewart Community Center (15 Sherman St, Ohiopyle, PA 15470) Plunge: 10 am, Lower Yough Boater Put-In Warm up: Soup and bread will be served at the Community…

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Ohiopyle Featured in Budget Traveler

Spend Spring in These Charming Small Towns By BT Editor March 13, 2024 Beaches, theme parks, campgrounds, and big cities all might be feeling a bit crowded as spring breakers and travelers plan warm-weather trips. If you’re looking to unwind and escape the bustle of popular destinations this season, get off the beaten path and…

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VOTE FOR THE GAP!

VOTE FOR THE GAP! Calling all Ohiopyle, Confluence, Rockwood & Meyersdale Residents and Great Allegheny Passage Enthusiasts! We’re thrilled to announce that the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP Trail), a jewel in our community, has been nominated for the Best Recreational Trail in the 2024 USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards! Now, more than ever, we…

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VOTE FOR OHIOPYLE AS BEST SMALL TOWN EVERY DAY!

In southwestern Pennsylvania, Ohiopyle is situated along the meandering Youghiogheny River and draws adventurers of all ages with its rugged charm and variety of natural wonders. Famous for Ohiopyle State Park, this area invites outdoor enthusiasts to experience many diverse activities, including first-rate white-water rafting, rock climbing, wildlife spotting, and incredible waterfall hikes. VOTE FOR…

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Inaugural Youghtoberfest fundraiser brings beer, people, food and vendors to Ohiopyle

By Mark Hoffman The public’s support for Ohiopyle and its fundraising efforts for their water treatment facility flowed like the beer during its inaugural Youghtoberfest. “The weather is on our side today, and everyone is here supporting our community,” said Abby Greenbaum, who is on the Youghtoberfest committee and one of the organizers of the…

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Youghtoberfest organizers hope cash will flow in to help Ohiopyle water treatment plant

written by Herald-Standard reporter Mark Hofmann, and that the photograph was taken by Ben Moyer, for the Herald-Standard. Depending on who you ask, anywhere between 12 and 37 people make Ohiopyle their year-round home – although that doesn’t mean that the borough isn’t booming. Between the state park, the Great Allegheny Passage and other attractions,…

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