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Meadow Run Natural Waterslides is a popular natural attraction in the Ohiopyle State Park. Created through many millenniums of erosion out of a rock, it is a fun way to cool off in summers. Slide from the top to the splash pool at the bottom of the Meadow Run stream. Though it certainly doesn't have a smooth surface like those in water parks, you can still enjoy the water-slides with some protection.
Surrounded by a think cover of forest and hills, Cucumber Falls is one of the locations in the state of Pennsylvania you surely can't miss. Quite, save for the sounds of birds, rustling leaves and the falling water, this is a great spot to seek solace and serenity away from the bustling city. The surrounding parkland is also ideal for a refreshing walk or hike, while this fall is a famous spot to beat the summer heat. The top of the waterfall affords some breath-taking views of the surrounding parkland and if you can, you must make your way to the top.
The National Battlefield Site in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States, protects the historical site of the Battle of Fort Necessity. In the summer of 1754, the battle of Fort Necessity marked the beginning of the French-Indian War. The British, French and American Indian troops battled in this war. Currently, the fort is open for tourists and it features a visitor center, Jumonville Glen and outdoor exhibits.
Dating back to the mid 18th Century, the Barronvale Bridge is one of 10 covered bridges in the Somerset County. Spanning a total length of 162 feet (49.45 meters), the bridge is one of the longest remaining covered bridges in the county. The bridge covers the area of Laurel Hill Creek and has retained its historical integrity by remaining truss-supported. The Barronvale Bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. This historic bridge is open to pedestrians only.
Dedicated to the Nobel Peace Prize Winner, George C. Marshall, this memorial plaza is located in Uniontown, PA, which also happens to be his birthtown. George C. Marshall Memorial Plaza features a statue of a young U.S Marine Corp. and a GI from World War II.
Included in the National Register of Historic Places, the Dawson Historic District comprises more than 100 contributing structures. The Dawson Baptist Church, James Cochran House and First National Bank are few of the many landmark buildings of this historical district.
Fort Gaddis is located at South Union Township, Pennsylvania. It is the oldest known building in Fayette County and is also the second oldest log cabin in Western Pennsylvania. It was built by Colonel Thomas Gaddis between the years 1769-74 C.E. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 26, 1974 as the Thomas Gaddis Homestead.
The Scottdale Historic District is an enormous historical district that encompasses a massive 83 acres (34 hectares) of land. The district was moreover built in 1874. Majority of the structures comprising the district impeccably follow the Colonial Revival, Italianate and the Queen Anne style of architecture. The monumental district has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It comprehensively constitutes as many as 242 contributing buildings along with one contributing structure.