Washington has very many historical locations abundant in culture and as well in nature.
A family favorite is to visit Mingo Park located nearby.
There are many covered bridges (like the story books) present here.
They are in very good condition and remain a very popular area to visit.
At Mingo Park are nature trails, park pavillons for family fun and also a creek alongside the drive through the long narrow park drive.
The nicest time to visit is in the fall.
The broad leaves on the trees simply amaze everyone.
From their many different colors of orange, green, yellow and red.
They are located on the outskirts of Washington, near a town called Eighty Four.
Eighty Four is a town like one so small you blink, you are through it for its entertainment.
The only thing big there is a company worth mentioning called 84 Lumber, that before out of state competition arrived, could charge what the market could bare.
I highly recommend a visit to Mingo Park.
To arrive there, take Route 519 towards Eighty Four,Pa.and when arriving near a school called Wyland, and a wide curve, you will see a sign posted saying something of this order:
Welcome to the World Headquarters of 84 Lumber.
Not sure they were ever outside of the country, but simply drive straight along the sign and then follow signs posted taking you to Mingo Park.
Take a frisbee with you. There is a large amount of land for sports.
Can play just about any sports here, including baseball.
Well, Have Fun.