Neighboring the industrialized community of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Conemaugh Township, in Somerset County, is a great place to raise a family. Located between the crests of the Allegheny Mountains on the east and Laurel Hill on the west, our Township lies in the Ohio River drainage area, which is a haven of outdoor recreation, historic monuments, industry, and farming.
We invite you to get to know our community a little better by visiting the links provided on this page. In Conemaugh Township, we’re small enough to know you, but near enough to keep you and your family busy for years to come. Let us help make your experience with Conemaugh Township and western Pennsylvania one you’ll never forget!
Benscreek Canoe Club: This club consists of a group of paddlers from the Alleghenies region of Pennsylvania, who promote the enjoyment, challenge, safety, and camaraderie of kayaking and canoeing. The club is also involved with issues such as stream access, whitewater and conservation dam releases, and the remediation of environmental threats. It hosts several events each year including kayak roll classes, the Stonycreek Rendezvous, Kiski-Conemaugh Canoe Sojourn, and more!
Laurel Highlands: The Laurel Highlands of Western Pennsylvania cover a three-county area of beautiful scenery, exhilarating outdoor recreation, family entertainment, and historical sites that will bring you back year after year with four-seasons of outdoor activities.
Quemahoning Recreation Area: Serving as the only public access to the breath-taking 900 acre Quemahoning Reservoir, the Que Family Rec Area is a full-service campground and recreational area. Whether you want to pitch a tent, hook-up an RV, or stay in one of the timber frame Rustic Cabins, the Que Family Rec Area is a great place to get away and enjoy the great outdoors.