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Mercer County – A Shopper’s Paradise

 

Mercer County – A Shopper’s Paradise

With no tax on apparel or shoes, you’ll find bargains galore.
Mercer County offers a first rate shopping experience.

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Visitor Guide 2019 – 2020

Make Memories That Last a Lifetime!

Mercer County is located in western Pennsylvania, one hour north of Pittsburgh, one hour south of Erie and 1 1/2 hour south east of Cleveland, Ohio. We are a 5 hour drive from Toronto Ontario Canada. Our area is known for outstanding tax free shopping at the Grove City Premium Outlets and at the world’s “largest” stores in Sharon, PA. Unique attractions include Wendell August and the Avenue of 444 Flags.

Our charming downtowns feature unique specialty shops and art galleries. In addition Mercer County was selected as one of “Golf Digests” Top Golf Destinations. Outdoor adventures abound in the area with kayaking on the Shenango River 23 mile water trail, skydiving, fishing, hiking/biking trails and more. Two state parks: Maurice K. Goddard State Park and Pymatuning State Park offer diverse recreational opportunities. Contact us and let us help you make memories that last a lifetime!
~ Peggy Mazyck, VisitMercerCountyPA President/CEO

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WaterFire Sharon, PA, ends the 2019 season with outstanding events & entertainment on the Shenango River!September 13, 2019

The region’s premier art & music festival, WaterFire, Sharon PA will host its final event of the season on September 21st from 2:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. with the lighting ceremony at dusk.

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