DescriptionTucked into rolling hills and surrounded by peach and apple orchards, Waynesboro dates back to 1749. Like many other towns in the vicinity, it lays claim to a historical footnote; abolitionist John Brown taught Sunday school nearby while preparing for his ill-fated Harper's Ferry, W.Va., raid. Later, Waynesboro became an early 20th-century retreat for Washington, D.C., residents seeking escape from summer heat and humidity.
Visitor InfoGreater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce 118 Walnut St. Suite 111 WAYNESBORO, PA 17268. Phone:(717)762-7123
Things to SeeRenfrew Museum and Park