Mason-Dixon Park is one of Greene County's beauty spots. It's located on the banks of Dunkard Creek, just a few miles south of historic Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania. Besides acres of flat-as-a-pan meadow, the park's best known feature is the authentic log cabin that serves a a stage and backdrop for live musical performances during festivals held annually on the grounds. There are three festivals celebrating Ramps, or the native wild leek, the arrival of Purple Martins, and our community's Frontier Heritage.
Say your church bakes the best pies on the planet, your handmade crafts are the nicest around, or you or you friends make pretty fine music, we'd love to hear from you. If at some point during the summer you'd like to pitch a tent or park your airstream and set a spell, please call ahead...that's just good manners. Connie Ammons can be famously reached at 304-879-5500, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Connie Layton Ammons is also on Facebook!
Please join us for the last gasp of summer vacation before your kids head back to school! The 34th annual Frontier Festival will be held August 27-28, right here at the park. And you needn't travel far in order to have a good time! Pastor Wanda Brosky will be back, once again conducting our open-air church services! Keep checking the Frontier Festival page, as we'll be posting new announcements as they become available. Will also be changing out some of the photos: out with the old, in with the new!
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