- Laurel Highland Historical Village group members will be available on site from 12 Noon until 5pm. We need volunteers for our organization. All non-profit organizations in Cambria County have been invited to participate. The event is free to the general public. During the event, many adults, senior citizens, middle school, high school and college students will sign up for service hours and volunteer opportunities. Volunteering for all programs will allow those interested to invest some of their free time in projects and programs that make a difference in the quality of life in our region.
If you would like to participate in LHHV, please stop by and see our table. If you like to work in the outdoors, plant flowers, clean-up Honan Avenue Trail, or participate in any one of our events by volunteering, we would be happy to discuss those opportunities with you. We conduct Veterans Food Drives during the warmer months at local businesses. If you are interested in donating your time, we would love to take the opportunity to talk about our mission. We are committed to supporting the various ethnic heritages of our region. Come join us on April 4th and make a difference in your community
Glide through our all-water limestone cavern on the tour, given entirely by boatTake a ride on the wild side through the farm, nature, and wildlife park tourBrowse in our large gift shop, located in the visitors center, for gems, rock specimens, plush apparel, books, and moreEnjoy a bison or longhorn burger in the Cave Cafe, or picnic in our beautiful pastoral settingReserve a ride traveling from the cave rock to the mountaintop on the Cave Rock Mountain Tour“Get Lost” in Prospector Pete’s Miner’s Maze
Originally known as Roxbury Park, Luna Park was an amusement park located near Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA. Located by a loop at the end of the Franklin Street line of the Johnstown Passenger Railway Company, the park was centered on an artificial lake that was surrounded by a racetrack (originally for harness racing, but other forms of racing were presented there over the years) Throughout its existence, the park had picnic facilities. In 1905, the trolley park added amusement rides and attractio
Source: Luna Park, Johnstown – Wikipedia
Appalachian Mountain Club — Since 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club has been promoting the protection, enjoyment, and wise use of the mountains, rivers, and trails of the Northeast outdoors. They are the nation’s oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization.