North Charleroi is a small, yet very charming borough in Washington County, Pennsylvania, with a total population of 1049 residents at the 2000 census. North Charleroi is also known as Lock 4. Previously Lock and Dam number 4 was located on this side of the Monongahela River, and the place had this name. Lock and Dam 4 was later relocated further upstream on the other side of the Charleroi Bridge. Although it is a small city, tourists are offered wonderful attractions in and around North Charleroi.
Monongahela River is a beautiful river that crosses North Charleroi and it is the perfect place to detach yourself from your daily problems, relax and enjoy the clean, fresh air. You can also benefit from the picnic facilities and enjoy your meal on the river side. You can also take a walk on one of the many trails there and take in the beautiful surroundings.
Pine Cove Beach Club is a great place in North Charleroi that offers a variety of services and activities for all ages. Whether you are looking for an exciting summer vacation for the entire family, a fun filled day camp for your children, an RV camping adventure, or a great day for a group picnic, then Pine Cove Beach Club is definitely the place to go. One of the main attractions of the Pine Cove Beach Club is the swimming pool area, with many rides, such as Tarzan Swing, Water Trampoline, Slides, Diving Board, Water Volleyball and Basketball.
North Charleroi Lanes is the perfect place, where you can practice your bowling skills with your family and friends. This 20 lane venue provides all the necessary amenities to make your stay here a pleasant one. There are state of the art scoring boards that keep track of your score, comfortable longing couches, a bar where you can enjoy the wide range of beverages and of course a special lane for children, where they can also try their hand at bowling.