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Annual Festivals
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From local produce, to homemade fudge, to Amish made furniture, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Smicksburg's many festivals throughout the year.

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The Town that Refused to Die
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Smicksburg was founded in 1827. After flooding in the 1930's, half of Smicksburg was condemned.

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Visit Old Smicksburg Park
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The park offers a unique opportunity to tell the story of a small village that has undergone tremendous change in its time.

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Amish Tour
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Take a self-guided tour of Smicksburg's Amish shops.

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About Smicksburg

Located in Northern Indiana County, Smicksburg was founded in May of 1827 by Reverend J. George Schmick. Reverend Schmick was a Lutheran minister who purchased land from Charles Coleman. Smicksburg is the home to a large Amish population which has grown to over 800 settlers since 1961. Aside from the Amish presence in the town, visitors can enjoy over 20 specialty shops offering country crafts, quilts, furniture, antiques, and foods.


Reasons to love Smicksburg

We loved Smicksburg, the shop owners were lovely people. We loved the Amish atmosphere. The clippity clop of their hooves, real down home feeling.

James Bishop - Google Review

Great stuff and very friendly service.... it's like an addiction!

Michelle Godak - Google Review

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  Where to find Smicksburg

  • Visit Smicksburg
  • 814-257-8696
  • 21875 Indiana Road, Smicksburg, PA, 16256

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