Lions Maple Valley Park
Need a party venue? Maple Valley Park is hosted and maintained by the Meyersdale Area Lions Club. The Park contains 3 large pavilions and a playground for your family to enjoy. Call 814-634-8331 for booking and pricing.
Meyersdale is the home of the Monogahela Native Americans, who have lived in the area from 900-1600....Today the little town of Meyersdale consists of several eateries, businesses and community events for the family to enjoy!
Just located on Main Street, is a mural of the "Maple City." Stop by and imagine how the city has transformed over the years.
Built in 1912, the Salisbury Viaduct is a bridge that once connected Salsibury, PA to Meyersdale, PA. The bridge was a railroad that transported goods and supplies between the two towns, as well as other larger cities. In 1975 it was decommissioned and transformed into a pedestrian walk/bike trail, which connects to the Great Allegany Passage.
The Great Allegheny Passage
Each year, Meyersdale attracts many cyclists and tourists that enjoy the scenery of the Great Allegheny Passage. Hop on the bike trail, and have a joyous ride!
Train Station & Visitor Center
Visit the Meyersdale Train Station to learn more about the "Maple City's" historical background. The center is opened every day from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Pennsylvania Maple Festival
Each spring, Meyersdale celebrates the Monogahela Native American's discovery of maple syrup. Local sugar camps produce 100% pure maple syrup from Somerset County's own maple trees. Not only is syrup produced, but a variety of events are held for the family to enjoy!
There are many dedicated individuals who work vigorously to keep Meyersdale a safe, clean and friendly place for you and your family to enjoy. Throughout the year, there are a variety of events for the community to enjoy!
Home of the Red Raiders
We are proud sponsors of the Meyersdale Area Schools. Many businesses support our local school students through advertisements and various fundraising events.
Meyersdale Public Library
Looking for a good read? Visit the public library, they will be glad to help!
Need a palce to let your kids run wild? The Meyersdale Playground is a great place for your children to enjoy the outdoors.