Canonsburg is a borough in Washington County, Pennsylvania, 18 miles (29 km) southwest of Pittsburgh. Canonsburg was laid out by Colonel John Canon in 1789 and incorporated in 1802.
Restaurants in Canonsburg
4 based on 230 reviews
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I recently visited the Tanger Outlets to go to fragrance outlet. That store is by no means a bargain for hard to find cologne or perfume! If you can't find a certain fragrance GO on Amazon and get it for a much better price if your a prime member. For a 1.0 ounce of Happy thru Amazon the price is $30.35. For the same product at the outlet it came to $41.00. I will never purchase any more cologne or perfume from Fragrance Outlet ever again. RIP OFF STORE!!!!
5 based on 14 reviews
Easy to find and a great place to get lost in nature. Easy to follow trail around the lake. Parking is on two sides with the larger logon the Petters side vs the North Strabane entrance. Good place to walk your dog make sure they are leashed
5 based on 6 reviews
After renting bikes last year we decided we loved to ride and bought them here. We also store them here so we don't have to lug them around. Always quick and friendly service no matter how many customers are around. Also love the BBQ and ice cream after a ride! Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Have visited this final resting place for our veterns, and everytime I'm moved by the quietness and respectful upkeep.I have friends and coworkers here in the soletude of a well deserved home.When the situation presents itself a person should come and view one of our Pennsylvania Landmarks as Arlington and Gettysburg exist.You will be impressed and humbled.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
My friend and I are training for the Pittsburgh to DC bike trip in September so this was out first outing on the Montour Trail and we were pleased. It is well maintained and the tree canopy is lovely. The National Tunnel was a pleasant surprise and a nice stretch of cool on a hot day. We plan to go back next week.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We visited Simmons Farm this past weekend. This is a typical pumpkin seeking, get out in the Fall sun and Fall air kinda' activity. The cost is either $11.50 with no pumpkin or $14.50 for picking a pumpkin. The one-price model is comparable to other farms and more cost effective than farms charging per activity. After paying you board a tractor for a hayride to hillside field with activities for most ages (a tube slide, human hamster wheel, climbing toys, corn mazes, apple sling (at additional cost of $10)). There are bon fires for cooler days and food pavilion (so bring cash, there are no ATMs in the field)! We had four teens who we paid the $14.50/person for picking pumpkins. As an older adult who walked through the corn maze then sat while the kids were off having fun, $11.50 seemed pricey. But here is where we really felt ripped off. Nearly every pumpkin in the field was small, rotted and moldy. Our local ShopNSave and Aldi's are selling nicer, larger pumpkins for $2.88 to $3! We've been going to Simmons for a number of years but this was one of the most disappointing visits. If warmer weather is a reason for the rotten pumpkins, then it would seem more fair and equitable to adjust the pricing--just sayin!
5 based on 16 reviews
Met friends in the afternoon. The place needs signage, otherwise u would never know it exist. Nice setting and the wine I had, Cabernet, was surprising good for PA. They have a wide selection of wines, and my friends thought what they had was good.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Take a three-mile trolley ride through Washington, Pennsylvania and learn all about the history of street car transportation.
What the Pennsylvannia Trolley Museum is doing is awesome and the trolley ride was fun along with the short viewing of many different types of trolleys in their trolley barn. It is definitely worth a visit. But you can't walk through the trolleys, there is no museum area with historical information and artifacts related to trolleys. There is no real educational aspect to the place other than what the employees/volunteers offer during your ride and short tour, who are great by the way and a video running in a room.
4 based on 34 reviews
Great trails through the woods and hillsides. It really feels like you are alone, exploring the wilderness. When we went, we had to wait an hour and a half because there were two parties of ten in front of us, so be prepared to wait, but once you are out there, it is just you, your family, and whatever is in the woods.
4 based on 633 reviews
We used to visit The Meadows every weekend but now we don’t waste our time. Management closes video poker machines every time we are there. They moved 8 machines near their back stage and then they block the entrance to get to them. This is...MoreThank you for taking the time to provide your feedback about our video poker offerings. We've shared your comments with our casino operations team for follow up internally so any necessary adjustments can be made. We hope to welcome you back again in the future.
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