Lawrence County, PA

Nestled in between Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Erie – Lawrence County is a short drive from just about anywhere. Relax for an afternoon, or stay the week – There’s plenty for everyone to enjoy!

Founded in 1849, Lawrence County has a rich history that resonates still today. The North Hill District in New Castle was once home to wealthy tin moguls of the 1800s. Many of their exquisite Victorian-style mansions are now home to businesses, and to this day, some still serve as residences.

The ideal family destination, Lawrence County has something for everyone to enjoy, for a week, weekend or day. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in the brilliance of our changing seasons. Whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, and biking are just some activities afforded by miles of water and trails. Acres of public game lands abound with wildlife, from game birds to the majestic whitetail deer.