Living in Waynesboro
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, is nestled in the Cumberland Valley, in Franklin County, which borders Maryland. The borough of about 10,800 residents has a thriving downtown, several major industrial employers, access to parks, and popular historic attractions nearby.
Things to do in Waynesboro
Waynesboro has an active Main Street and downtown area that encompass seven blocks of shops, galleries, and restaurants between Clayton and Fairview avenues. History buffs also will find plenty to see and do, with historical sites relating to the Battle of Gettysburg and Antietam a short drive away. Recreational opportunities include more than 100 miles of bicycle trails, the Appalachian Trail, golf, fishing, and nearby ski resorts.
Real Estate in Waynesboro
Waynesboro was a center of industry during the Industrial Revolution, with manufacturing and tool making plants employing thousands. Many of the older homes, especially in and around downtown, reflect the prosperity of that time, with stately Victorian-style architecture. Families looking for newer construction can find that too. One popular recent subdivision is Brimington, with 190 single-family houses and townhomes.
Traveling Around in Waynesboro
Waynesboro is tucked out of the way between state capitol Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Hagerstown, Maryland off Interstate 81. Residents can reach Harrisburg by car in a just under an hour and a half.