Corn, beans and hay are commonly grown on this huge, impressive farm that has been owned by the same Westmoreland County family for roughly 150 years.
The family often rents out parts of the farm to festivals and other events looking for a large open space offering beautiful views of the Laurel Highlands.
The Laurel Highlands is a region in southwestern Pennsylvania, encompassing Fayette County, Somerset County and Westmoreland County. The mountains making up the Laurel Highlands are the highest in Pennsylvania, with Mount Davis in Somerset County the highest point in the state at 3,213 feet. This is a popular area for hiking, mountain biking, hunting, trout fishing, wildlife viewing, leaf peeping and downhill skiing.
Varies per event.
Free, on-site parking is available for events.