Attractions near Ohiopyle State Park
Ohiopyle State Park is a great place to come to relax, enjoy nature and just get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. However, there is much more to do around Ohiopyle than just play in the water and look for butterflies. If you are looking for something more to do, look no further. The Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania offers many activities and tourist destinations withina very short drive of Ohiopyle State Park in Fayette County Pennsylvania.
One of the most famous houses in the world, Fallingwater is located only three miles north of Ohiopyle. Built in 1935, it is still around today for you to tour and see for yourself. Time Magazine called Fallingwater one of the '25 Places to visit before its too late'. Any trip to the Pennsylvania Laurel Highlands is incomplete without a trip to Fallingwater. Read more about Fallingwater.
Some people would say that the American Revolution started right here in south-west Pennsylvania. Fort Necessity played an important role in the French and Indian War. General George Washington fought off the French and this National Battlefield. Read more about Fort Necessity.
Ohiopyle is lucky to have not only Fallingwater but also Kentuck Knob as examples of Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural genius. Kentuck Knob is built upon a hill in Chalk Hill pennsylvania, less than two miles from Ohiopyle State Park. Read more about Kentuck Knob.