There is so much to see and do, only minutes from Pittsburgh.
Just 30 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh along the Beaver and Ohio Rivers, Beaver County offers countryside serenity amidst rolling hills, hardwood forests, river valleys, and streams, minutes from big city amenities. Getting here is easy with immediate access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike for those fun road-trip adventures, family vacations, and weekend getaways. The Pittsburgh International Airport, just 20 minutes down the road, offers access from nearly 50 destinations and 100 daily nonstop flights.
Beaver County has numerous opportunities to safely explore our outdoor experiences, points of interest, communities, and unique things to do. From water activities such as kayaking, swimming, and speed boating to various trails for hiking, biking, and sightseeing, there are too many adventures to list. In addition to attending any one of the dozens of cultural events and ethnic festivals held throughout the year, you can take a nostalgic trip through the history of air travel, specifically relating to WWII at the Air Heritage Museum. Step back in time to Old Economy Village dedicated to one of the oldest and most successful religious communal groups of the 19th century. Feel the speed, beauty and excitement of polo matches held every Friday evening during the summer in Darlington or a vintage car race at Pittsburgh International Race Complex.
Savor award-winning restaurants and our regional cuisine. Relax at one of our charming bed & breakfasts or national hotel brands. Sit back and enjoy world-class and local entertainment at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center. We have unlimited opportunities for antiquing, golfing, boating, museums, historical sites, concerts and so much more! Download our Experience Guide to help you plan your next great escape!