Start the spring season with an amazing vacation in Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Our area has world-renowned shopping venues, the best golf courses, award-winning housing, scenic Amish countryside and more. We are one hour north of Pittsburgh at the intersection of I-79 and I-80 roads. So take a break from the hustle and bustle and give yourself an affordable, close and fun holiday.

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Grove City Premium Outlets

1911 Lisburg – Grove City Road
Grove City, Pennsylvania, 16127
(724) 748-3875
www.PremiumOutlets.com/GroveCity

Grove City Premium Outlets is the main attraction of Mercer County, which every year brings millions of buyers to the region in search of designer brands at expensive prices. The downtown center features 130 stores, including Ann Taylor, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Chico’s, Coach, Columbia Sportswear, Gap Outlet, J. Crew, Levi’s, Nike, Under Armor, Vera Bradley and many more.

Shopping & Style flea market, jewelry

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Mercer County Golf Trail

Across Mercer County, Pennsylvania
(724) 346-3771
www.GolfPackages4Less.com

Large selection of golf courses within half an hour or less drive apart. The Mercer County area has been marked by the Golf Digest as “One of the Best Golf Courses in America”. Enjoy a variety of downtown accommodation as well as great restaurants and bars.

Shopping & Style flea market, jewelry

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Recorded vacation

45 Alan Avenue
Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125
(724) 343-1313
www.CarriedAwayRecreation.com

Carried Away Recreation is a kayak, canoe and bicycle rental company designed to help you enjoy beautiful nature. With our park of kayaks, canoes and bicycles you can enjoy the local waterways and trails. Hiking on the river varies from one mile and above. Opening Day, May 25th.

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Snack bar Don

10 West State Street
Sharon PA 16146
(724) 346-7373
www.Donnas-Diner.com

Donna’s Diner serves good, old-fashioned 50s dishes. Music by Elvis Presley and Chubby Checker fills the air, and servers wear shoes and red chiffon scarves as if they were dancing out of 1950s socks. Ten varieties of WinnerBurgers, dozens of milkshakes, the best Reuben in town, special dishes with a blue plate, many salads and vegetarian options. Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week. Live music on Fridays from 17.00 to 19.00! In the warm season, Donna’s Diner has great restaurants by the river outdoors.

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