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Russell/Lander           Scandia           Sheffield/Clarendon           Spring Creek           Sugar Grove           Tidioute           Warren           Youngsville/Pittsfield       Amish

Welcome to

Sugar Grove

     Like most other areas in Warren County, Sugar Grove is rich in history. Founded in 1802, Sugar Grove was named for its beautiful maple forest covering the valley and surrounding hills. The town was a known stop on the Underground Railroad, most notably at the home of Cynthia Catlin Miller. Abolitionist Frederick Douglas visited Sugar Grove during the Sugar Grove Anti-Slavery Convention in 1854. 

     Sugar Grove provides the perfect country drive over rolling hills and sprawling farmlands, including the thriving Amish community. Frequently, you will see the buggies clip-clopping on the roads. Sugar Grove is also home to Stateline Speedway (residing half in Sugar Grove, PA and half in Busti, NY). Racing enthusiasts love to visit Stateline Speedway for weekly thrilling amateur racing competition. 

     Experience the hometown feel of Sugar Grove. Be sure to enjoy a nice meal at one of the local restaurants. 

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