In the Heart of the Endless Mountains

On the eastern edge of the majestic Appalachian Mountains, Troy, Pennsylvania is a community hub for the surrounding agricultural region of Northwestern Bradford County. The Troy, PA Chamber of Commerce serves our community, our neighbors and our visitors by providing an avenue for local businesses to promote and enhance our area. Meetings are the first Wednesday of every month, please contact us for more details.


Troy, PA is located in scenic Bradford County Pennsylvania at the crossroads of historical Routes 6 and 14.  No matter what time of year you visit, there is always a lot going on.  The Heritage Village and Museum offers one of the best living history experiences in the eastern part of the country.   In April, Troy plays host to The Endless Mountains Maple Festival at Alparon Park.  Alparon Park is also home of The Troy Fair in late July each year. The fair is recognized throughout the state as one of the finest, and has its roots date back to the mid 1870's. The third weekend of September each year brings the PA Heritage Festival to the area as The Heritage Village comes alive with hundreds of live demonstrations, music, and artisan vendors. Each year in the fall come witness the splendor of the surrounding mountains as the trees put on a show with the change of color.  If you love camping,  Alparon Park offers camping in the center of it all featuring daily, weekly, and monthly rates including water and electric hookups and a dumping station.  

There are also several bed and breakfasts and motels including The Golden Oak Inn 570-297-4315, The Holcombe House 570-297-2460, and The Troy Motel 570-297-2145.  

For outdoor recreation such as hunting, fishing, and camping you can visit the State Game Lands on Armenia Mountain. For hiking, swimming, lake fishing, picnicking visit Mt. Pisgah State Park or ascend to the highest point in Bradford County at Mt. Pisgah County Park for long views of the endless mountains .  

Browse our Business Directory to find more places to stay, shop and dine while visiting our town.

Photo Credit: Melody Lewis, Julia Lewis, Melissa Smith, and Bill Vickery