Discover what lies just north of the city; what you find might surprise you! Located just 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Butler County offers one-of-a-kind attractions, charming towns and unique experiences. Its gently rolling hills provide a backdrop of breathtaking views, relaxing drives down backcountry roads and the perfect camping spots!
The historical town of Butler is the county seat and is known ‘round the world as the birthplace of the Jeep. It’s intriguing automotive history has led to the “Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival”, an event that provides Jeep enthusiasts with on and off-road experiences to embrace the vehicle's past and the lifestyle it now promotes.
Visit Butler County’s top attraction, Moraine State Park. This Park consists of 16,725 acres and offers an abundance of outdoor activities like hiking, biking, boating and more. Continue exploring with a ride on Preston’s Pearl, an educational tour boat offering a variety of cruises.
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: www.VisitButlerCounty.com