The Second Largest Barn Quilt Trail in all of Pennsylvania
Fulton County (The Best Kept Secret in Pennsylvania) is located in a series of long and wide fertile valleys bordered by the Tuscarora Mountain to the East, the majestic Sidling Hill Mountain Range to the West. Beautiful vistas overlooking scenic valleys nestled in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains provide for a picturesque setting for the Frontier Barn Quilt Trail of Fulton Co., PA.
A rural community with deep history tied to early Frontier settlements, Fulton County is a wonderful place to live and work as evidenced by the abundant farms that make up a kaleidoscope of parcels not unlike the colors and patterns of a beautiful quilt.
Fulton County is rich in history. McConnellsburg Historic District is on the National Register and includes the Daniel McConnell House and the Fulton House. Information on a walking tour is available in the Chamber of Commerce & Tourism office located at 101 Lincoln Way West, Suite 102 McCbg. The historic Burnt Cabins area, the operational Burnt Cabins Grist Mill, Cowan's Gap State Park, Buchanan State Forest, Civil War markers of the last Confederate Bivouac , the Confederate monument, the Historic Lincoln Highway and related mural are only a few of the points of interest in our County. Barn quilts are located throughout Fulton County giving the visitor and tourist to our county a memorable experience of what rural life and the beautiful landscapes in South Central PA have to offer.