High Point Lake from Mount Davis
© Brenda Torrey
Home to the Pennsylvania Maple Festival, “The Maple City” is recognized as a
Trail Town on the Great Allegheny Passage and by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
What do the following have in common: pancakes as big as your head, fresh dough pizzas and stromboli, wing nights, steak and seafood, and delicious desserts? They can all be found in Meyersdale. When it comes to dining, the Maple City offers a little bit of everything!
Small-town shopping at its best! Small business is important to
our community, and a variety of opportunities abound. From florists to antiques, farm goods to craft beverages, the Meyersdale area has something for everyone. Show Love, Shop Small!
From camping to fine bed-and-breakfasts, our range of lodging options is sure to meet your needs. Our hosts greet visitors from around the world, and they're ready to welcome you to our beautiful area. Make your reservations today!
With a wide variety of recreation activities, Meyersdale is your ticket to the great outdoors. Ride the Great Allegheny Passage, float the Casselman River, visit a local distillery or maple farm, fish local trout streams, and visit Mount Davis, Pennsylvania's high point!
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The Maple City and its History
The Maple City
and its History
Meyersdale’s history includes a wonderful mix of maple syrup, railroads, and coal mines. Learn more about our unique past with a visit to our restored Western Maryland Railway Station, home to the Meyersdale Area Historical Society and visitors center. The Pennsylvania Maple Festival began in 1948 and honors our maple culture each spring.
© Video courtesy of Mike Petenbrink Photography