Located just 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Butler County is filled with small towns, gorgeous scenery, picturesque parks, recreational activities and more than 200 years of history.
Butler City is globally known as “the birthplace of the Jeep” and its intriguing automotive history has led to the “Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival”, which provides enthusiasts with on and off-road experiences celebrating the lifestyle the iconic vehicle now promotes.
Moraine State Park, with its 16,725 acres, is just one of Butler County’s outdoor attractions for hiking, biking, boating and more. You’ll find charming towns, rolling farmlands and quirky attractions along the way. Butler County’s quaint towns are filled with local shops, restaurants and museums and its country roads lead to one-of-a-kind attractions and other experiences. Butler County boasts great sweet shops and bakeries, a hard-to-beat craft brewery scene, and is loaded with outstanding campgrounds.
Find more family fun by downloading our app, Visit Butler County, PA, or pick up a copy of our Official Visitors Guide. This free travel guide is packed with itineraries, maps and more. Order your copy by calling 866-856-8444 or see our website for an extended version: www.VisitButlerCounty.com