Centrally located in southern Pennsylvani, with easy accessibility to Interstate Routes 68, 70, 81, and the Pennsylvania Turnpike, places Fulton County within 2 hours driving of Harrisburg, PA, Baltimore, MD, and Washington, DC, and within 3 hours of Pittsburgh, PA and Philadelphia.

Gently rolling mountains and green fertile valleys provide a quiet, peaceful environment for numerous recreational opportunities. With over 50,000 acres of Pennsylvania State Forest land with lakes and streams that are replete with game and fish, hunting, fishing, cycling, hiking, boating, camping, swimming, golfing, and hang-gliding are some of the popular outdoor and family activities available. Fulton County offers an escape from today's faster-paced, more hectic way of life.


Land Area: 438 square miles
Water Area: .5 square miles
Population 14,845
Population Density: 34 people per square mile
Cost of Living Index: 89.4
Industries Providing Employment: 26.9% manufacturing
15.7% education, health and social services
10.9% construction
10.4% retail trade
Median Resident Age: 38.2 years
Average Household Size: 2.5 people
Median Household Income: $43, 069
County Government http://www.co.fulton.pa.us/
Chamber of Commerce http://www.fultoncountypa.com/
Economic Development http://www.fultonida.com/
Tourism http://www.fultoncountypa.com/