Welcome to Saltsburg.
Nature and Industry have created this oasis in southern Indiana County. Saltsburg is located at the confluence of Loyalhanna Creek and the Conemaugh and Kiskiminetas Rivers. What made this town a great hub for the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal, now makes it a haven for those who love the water. The rails that once coursed through the heart of town have been transformed by the West Penn and Westmoreland Heritage Trails. Historic buildings have been made new again, housing home-cooked meals, gifts and our local museum.
Easy to find, this river town is the perfect get away from the city! Just a 45-minute, scenic drive will put you at nature's door.
There's so much to discover in Saltsburg. Our local rivers and trails make this the perfect destination for outdoor adventure! Here, the Conemaugh River and Loyalhanna Creek join to form the Kiskiminetas, providing safe and exciting paddling excursions for the entire family. See the remains of past canals and railways as you enjoy a bicycle ride or walk on one of our ever-expanding and scenic rail-trails. Fishing and boating enthusiasts can relax in a tranquil woodland backdrop at Loyalhanna Lake or Conemaugh River Lake.
When your adventure is through, browse a boutique or have a home-cooked meal at one of our fine local restaurants. Make it a day trip or stay the night. We have charming bed and breakfast options, as well as campgrounds for those of you who like to rough it.
What's happening in and around Saltsburg?
There's always something to do in Saltsburg. Every June Saltsburg is proud to invite all to its annual Canal Days Festival which features great food, music, fireworks, and so much more. Every fall, Saltsburg plays host to a car show that features some of the most beautiful classic rides around. And when there isn't anything official planned, there are still countless numbers of ways for people of all ages to have fun.
Check out our upcoming events to help you plan your trip to this wonderful river town.
Saltsburg in Pictures
Saltsburg is a town with friendly folks, lush natural amenities and a proud history. We invite you to come spend the day with us, enjoying all that this town and the surrounding communities have to offer. We're a short drive from almost anywhere and welcome anyone who appreciates nature, loves to explore or just knows how to relax. Enjoy a picnic by the river, or a paddling adventure. These are just some of the sites you can expect.
Where is Saltsburg, and how do I get there?
Nestled at the crossroads of Routes 286 and 981, and along the banks of the Kiskiminetas River, Saltsburg is a short ride from almost anywhere. Indiana, Murrysville, Ligonier and Greensburg are close neighbors and a Saltsburg adventure is just a 45-minute, scenic drive from downtown Pittsburgh!
To view a map and directions, please click here.