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Overview of Cranberry Township

Home to about 23,000 people, Cranberry Township, Penn., is located about 20 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. Despite its suburban status, the town has a population density of 1,037 people per square mile, which is quite high for a non-urban location. Those searching for Cranberry Township apartments for rent will appreciate the town's proximity to Pittsburgh, access to rural landscapes and strong sense of history and nostalgia.

Living in Cranberry Township, PA

Cranberry Township was laid out in 1806 but wasn't officially incorporated until 1830. The township's name comes from the numerous cranberry bogs located throughout the region. During its early days, Cranberry Township was home to many jobs in the iron production, oil harvesting, and coal mining industries. Today, some of Butler County's top employers are Westinghouse Electric Company, the Federal Government, Butler Health Systems, AK Steel, the Butler Area School District, and Walmart.

Cranberry Township is a remarkable location for raising children. According to City-Data, the median age within the town is about 35 years, which suggests an abundance of young families. The township's many parks and recreational facilities provide a great opportunity for families to enjoy both fun and exercise. North Boundary, Community, and Graham parks provide natural spaces for kid friendly enjoyment, while Community Waterpark, Rotary Dog Park, and AE Ride Skate Park offer more interest-specific options for recreation.

Cranberry Township Attractions and Special Events

Cranberry Township hosts an annual Cranberry Festival, which serves as a tribute to its heritage and namesake. Additionally, the town is home to the Samuel Justus Trail, which welcomes approximately 100,000 visitors each year from all corners of the globe. The trail totals 32 miles of flat surface and bridges the distance between Oil City and Emlenton, offering expansive rural views of the entire length of the trail.

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