From rolling farmland in the summer to snow-covered hills in the winter, from breathtaking vistas in the spring to stunning foliage in the fall, Greene County has it all.
Predominantly rural but overwhelmingly charming, a trip to Greene County is a return to simpler times. Generations call this land home and are proud of its rich agricultural and coal mining history. Outdoor recreation is also a key part of Greene County’s appeal, offering dozens of activities and facilities to keep the young – and the young at heart – at play.
Located in the southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, Greene County is approximately one hour south of Pittsburgh, with Interstate 79 running through the central portion of the county. The county is bordered to the south by West Virginia, and the Monongahela River borders Greene County to the east, creating a collection of river towns and communities.