Nemacolin is situated on 2,000 acres in the Laurel Highlands region of southwestern Pennsylvania. Visit our partners, the
to learn more about area events and attractions. Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Ohiopyle Adventures
Situated just a scenic 10 minutes from the entrance of Nemacolin is Ohiopyle State Park. Ohiopyle encompasses 19,052 acres of rugged, natural beauty, and the focal point of the park is 14 miles of the Youghiogheny River that pass through the heart of the park.
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offer white water rafting tours, guided float trips, kayak lessons and bike rentals. Ohiopyle Trading Post and River Tours Learn More> Great Allegheny Passage
If you prefer outdoor excursions to be a bit drier, Ohiopyle State Park offers miles of hiking and biking trails including the Great Allegheny Passage, a flat trail that connects Pittsburgh with Washington, D.C.
Learn More> Laurel Caverns
Pennsylvania's largest cave, Laurel Caverns is a 430-acre geological park offering adventure seekers nearly 3 miles of twisting, turning passages. Expect to come across some fantastic natural sculpturing deep within the catacombs.
Learn More> RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES Christian W. Klay Winery
The Christian W. Klay Winery is one of Pennsylvania’s premiere wineries. Located in Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania, just minutes from Nemacolin on the historic National Road, the winery offers tours, entertaining special events and complimentary tastings of their award-winning vintages. Open seven days a week.
Learn More> Touchstone Center for Crafts
This unique craft school includes contemporary and experimental techniques in addition to traditional and historic methods in disciplines such as blacksmithing, ceramics, glass, oil and watercolor painting, photography, printmaking and more. Touchstone offers both beginners and seasoned artists events and courses taught by some of North America's finest artists.
Learn More> NATIONAL & HISTORICAL LANDMARKS Fallingwater
Designed by the world renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater originally served as a summer home to department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, Fallingwater, which was built over a waterfall, exemplifies Wright’s concept of organic architecture: the harmonious union of art and nature. Owned and operated by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, this unique landmark has hosted more than 4.5 million visitors since it opened to the public.
Learn More> Kentuck Knob
An impressive Frank Lloyd Wright home, Kentuck Knob is privately-owned and open for public guided tours. Designed on a hexagonal module, Kentuck Knob is a small one story Usonian house. Usonian, meaning affordable for the common people, was a signature design of Wright. Both dramatic and serene, the house, situated just below the crest of the hills, appears almost part of the mountain itself, standing two thousand fifty feet above sea level. Visitors are invited to browse the landmark's impressive sculpture collection and gift shop.
Learn More> Duncan House
Built in 1957, the Frank Lloyd Wright designed home was dismantled from its original location in Lisle, Illinois, and moved to Polymath Park Resort, where a plan was put in place to reconstruct the Duncan House on Westmoreland County property. The Duncan House is complimented by two other Usonian-style homes that were designed for the original vision of Polymath Park by Wright’s apprentice, Peter Berndtson. After many months of complex craftsmanship, the home is as a stellar example of Wright’s Usonian designs.
Learn More> Fort Necessity
Built in the summer of 1754, Fort Necessity is the site of the inaugural French and Indian War, which would set the stage for the American Revolution. Visit the battle site where a young George Washington was soundly defeated. Wander through the Visitor’s Center, a reconstructed Fort Necessity and the Mt. Washington Tavern. A must-see for history enthusiasts! Located just 10 minutes from Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, the park is open daily with guided tours available.
Learn More> Flight 93 National Memorial
The Flight 93 National Memorial was created to honor the actions of the passengers and crew of Flight 93 on September 11, 2001. It is in place to protect their final resting place and to tell their story. On September 11, 2001, four commercial airliners were hijacked in an attack on the United States and nearly 3,000 people tragically lost their lives. Because of the actions of the 40 passengers and crew aboard one of the planes, Flight 93, the targeted U.S. Capitol attack was stopped.