Walk in the footsteps of history as we commemorate the 250th anniversary of the ending of the Mason-Dixon survey in October, 1767!

Mason and Dixon were in this area from Oct. 8 to Oct. 20, 1767, and they set their last marker on The Line on top of Brown's Hill in what today is Mason-Dixon Historical Park.

The celebration of the 250th anniversary will focus on the Mason-Dixon Line between West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Special guests will includes descendants of Jeremiah Dixon. There will be a colorful quilt show in the park's log cabins, a quality arts and crafts sale, food, music, astronomy and more.

Visit the newly installed Third Crossing of Dunkard Creek Recreational Area, where local stones placed in the ground allow visitors to stand exactly on the Mason-Dixon Line. Hike to the top of Brown's Hill to the stone monument set in 1883 resurvey at the spot of Mason and Dixon's last marker.

How to find us:

Directions to Mason-Dixon Historical Park!

Use this Google map to find Mason-Dixon Historical Park!

Schedule of activities -- a celebration of historic proportions!

Activities will be held at the "stars" on the map below:

To learn more, contact: Pete Zapadka

Publicity: The word is spreading about The Line and its 250th anniversary . . .

Explore The Line with this story from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette!

 Read this article for a great synopsis of MD 250 in 2017!

MD 250 board chairman Pete Zapadka on the Gary Bowden Radio Show!

Thank you to our primary funding supporters!

A special THANK YOU to the Monongalia County (W.Va.) board of commissioners for their support!

Mason-Dixon 250 in 2017 is brought to you by the Dunkard Creek Watershed Association


Our parent organization, the Dunkard Creek Watershed Association, is accepting donations for Mason-Dixon 250 in 2017! All funds will go toward this historical event. Please lend a hand to help us help you walk in the footsteps of history!

MD 250 in 2017 is a FREE EVENT and is operating under the umbrella of the Dunkard Creek Watershed Association, a 501(c)(3) organization, which means any donations are tax-deductible. Checks also can be made out to DCWA with MD 250 in the memo field, and sent to Pete Zapadka, DCWA treasurer, 6 Mont Chateau Estates, Morgantown, WV 26508.