- TripBuzz found 22 things to do with kids in or near Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, including 15 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Uniontown, Farmington, Grantsville and Morgantown.
- From Wilderness Voyageurs to Ohiopyle State Park, the Ohiopyle area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Rafting, Other Adventures, National & State Parks and Waterfalls.
- Ohiopyle, located in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, is home to just of 50 residents in an area of half of a square mile. This small community is filled with recreational opportunities, including the surrounding Ohiopyle State Park, complete with several waterfalls. A center for tourism, the city is intersected by the Youghiogheny River.
Established in 1964, Wilderness Voyageurs, was the very first white water rafting outfitter on the East Coast. Featuring whitewater and family rafting tours, kayaking, biking, and rock climbing, plan your visit today.
With more than 20,000 acres of natural woodlands within a short drive of major metropolitan areas, Ohiopyle State Park, is the ideal location for escaping to nature. The park features over 79 miles of hiking/biking trails, camping, fishing, and picnic areas.
Ohiopyle Trading Post is your ticket to enjoying all that the Ohiopyle region has to offer. Ready and available for all of your outdoor outfitting rental needs, offering guided whitewater tours, and fishing excursions.
Family owned since 1969, White Water Adventures has everything you need to make the most of your river excursion. Featuring a variety of rafting tour options, bikes for rent, fishing, and even lodging for extended stays.
Family-owned and operated, Laurel Highlands River Tours, has been the outdoor enthusiast's ultimate destination since 1962. Services provided include white water rafting tours, kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, and more.
Cyclists and hikers can enjoy a trail that goes along windy rivers and through shaded valleys and small towns when traveling by Great Allegheny Passage Trail. The trail goes for 150 miles between Cumberland and Pittsburgh.
Offered through the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, the Off-Road Driving Academy uses 20 miles of rugged trails as its course for a guided lesson and opportunity to drive a Jeep Rubicon with up to four passengers through off-road terrain.
A variety of North American and exotic animals call the Woodland Zoo & More home, and visitors can enjoy a stroll around the park to view them. The zoo is the birthplace of Kenahkininen, a rare male white buffalo.
Pennsylvania's largest cave, Laurel Caverns sits under a private geological reserve. A guided tour provides access to several passages along lighted pathways. Rapelling groups are available twice daily, and spelunking for those with experience. Cave is closed from November through April, during bat hibernation …