Ohiopyle - The Perfect Vacation Destination

Ohiopyle has plenty to offer - whether you prefer adventure, relaxing, or sight seeing.

Cucumber Falls photo
Cucumber Falls

The most popular attraction in Ohiopyle - and photographed - is Cucumber Falls. It is a 30-foot waterfall and is easily accessible located off Chalk Hill Road. It is just a short hike down steps from the parking lot. You can even walk behind the falls to get really cool photo. There are many other waterfalls and scenic destinations in Ohiopyle along the variety of trails just waiting to be hiked - and biked.

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Whitewater Rafting

The Youghiogheny River is the centerpiece of Ohiopyle and provides plenty of opportunity for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking - but the most popular activity is whitewanter rafting. The river has a range of sections from mild to wild. You can rent a boat or take a tour - either fully guided or guide escorted.There is something for everyone.

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Fallingwater photo

Fallingwater is one of America's most renowned architectural works. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, the house is built above a waterfall in rural southwestern Pennsylvania. The house was designed to highlight and harmoniously combine the natural environment and architectural design, making it an icon of the modernist movement. It has inspired generations of architects and taken its place as a National Historic Landmark, a testament to Wright's architectural genius.



Kentuck Knob

Kentuck Knob is a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house located near Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania. Completed in 1956 and built on a wooded hillside, the house is a prime example of Wright's Usonian design style, marked by its use of warm wood, simple lines, and flat roofs. The curving lines of the stone walls and iron balconies accentuate the house's distinctive look. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows provide sweeping views of the surrounding countryside, and the house is filled with custom-designed furniture and light fixtures. Kentuck Knob has been open for tours since 1996 and is a popular destination for architecture aficionados.

Kentuck Knob photo