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Greene County is located in the southwestern corner of the State. Greene County's fall foliage has always been a major attraction, with the foliage at its peak in mid-October. Visit Victorian downtown Waynesburg, where you will find small-town America intact. You will discover this lovely town has a great atmosphere: one-way streets and large brick and stone houses built around the turn of the century. On High Street, you will find the Greene County Courthouse, a textbook example of Classic Revival beauty that shouldn't be missed.
Ryerson Station State Park is in Greene County in the southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, near the West Virginia border. The 1,164-acre park features the 62-acre Ronald J. Duke Lake that is named in memory of a former manager of Ryerson Station State Park.
Enlow Fork Natural Area is open to the public year-around and the annual Spring Wildflower Walk held there has the added benefits of guides. Warrior Trail, the "Interstate" of the past, is a hiking trail that passes through Greene County from east to west. It is well-marked with yellow dots on posts and trees.
The Covered Bridge Festival is held the third weekend of September each year to celebrate the beginning of the county's most beautiful season - Autumn!
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Two counties, one destination: Outdoor recreation lives here! 10 state parks, two federal parks and over 400,000 acres of state forest land offer hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating, swimming, fishing, hunting, cross country skiing, star gazing, and so much more.