Washington County

Uncover a Peaceful Suburban Lifestyle in Washington County

With over 5,500 acres of parks and a dozen charming covered bridges still standing, Washington County is a picture-perfect place to call home—but it's also steeped in rich history and culture. Here, you'll discover plenty of small towns and suburbs that are ideal for young professionals, families, retirees, and everyone in between. To top it all off, homes in Washington County are surprisingly affordable, and there are a variety of townhouses, condos, and even patio homes to suit every price point.

Eager to start exploring this charming area? Here's everything you should know if you want to live like a Washington County local.

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Key Features

Historic Meadowcroft Rockshelter

Known for being the oldest site of human habitation in North America, this archeological destination was discovered in 1955 and has since transformed into a major local attraction. Today, Meadowcroft Rockshelter offers everything from game nights to 1970s cooking lessons, and there's always something exciting going on all year round. If you'd rather take in the beauty of nature, feel free to spend an entire afternoon exploring the Monongahela Native American village.

The Pavilion at Star Lake

Whether you're looking to jam out to your favorite artist or check out a local music festival, you'll have plenty of fun when you attend events at the The Pavilion at Star Lake. This renowned concert venue is capable of holding over 23,000 fans, and it's even hosted artists like Billy Joel, Janet Jackson, and Jimmy Buffet. Traveling festivals, such as Lollapalooza and Vans Warped Tour, have also made stops over the years.

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Want to explore a slice of Pennsylvania's history? The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum features nearly 50 well-preserved trolley cars, and they also host over 30,000 visitors each year. Other attractions include a display building, the Arden Fairgrounds, and multiple car shops. Be sure to visit during the holidays for a special trolley ride and a visit with Santa!

The Meadows Racetrack and Casino

Famous for its harness horse racing, The Meadows Racetrack and Casino is home to dining, entertainment, bowling, and, of course, a casino. Unlike many other tracks across America, The Meadows conducts races all year round. In fact, the track dedicates more than 200 days per year to live horse racing! If you're planning your visit, be sure to keep an eye out for the latest monthly specials and promotions to get a great deal.

Wild Things Park

Home of the Washington Wild Things, this independent stadium draws thousands of fans every year to watch America's favorite past time: baseball! Wild Things Park also doubles as an event venue, and past performers include Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson.

Embrace Life in Washington County

Thinking about making a move to Washington County? We'd love to show you around the area and help you find your perfect place! Get in touch with our team today to get started—we look forward to hearing from you soon.

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