National Road/Route 40: Following this historic road, visitors can drive from Somerset County, across Fayette County and into Washington County.
Route 381: This route offers a lovely country drive that goes through Ohiopyle State Park and by Frank Lloyd Wright’s acclaimed Fallingwater. Another Wright home, Kentuck Knob, is located nearby on Chalk Hill-Ohiopyle Road.
Route 711: Take this route from Connellsville into the colorful mountains. Drivers can turn left onto Route 381, then right onto Indian Head Road, right onto County Line Road and right onto Water Wheel Drive to reach Seven Springs Resort.
Route 119: This highway travels through Connellsville, Uniontown, Smithfield and Point Marion but includes countryside where colorful trees can be spotted.
Route 21: This highway runs from Uniontown past Masontown and into Greene County with colorful foliage found along the way. Go through Waynesburg and follow Golden Oaks and then Bristoria Road to reach Ryerson Station State Park.
Route 43: This highway provides another engaging drive through the countryside from Washington County, through Fayette County and south into West Virginia. Drivers can take the Fairchance-Smithfield exit to visit the Fright Farm.
Route 51: This highway travels through beautiful countryside from Uniontown to Perryopolis and into Westmoreland County. Drivers can visit Harry Sampey Park and Washington’s Grist Mill in Perryopolis during the day and take a ride on Allen’s Haunted Hayride in Smock at night. Linden Hall is located in nearby Dawson.
Route 201: You can take this scenic drive and stop at a variety of towns, beginning at Connellsville and continuing through Vanderbilt, Fayette City, Belle Vernon and onto West Newton.