If you are a history buff, you may already be familiar with Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Located just two miles north of the Mason-Dixon line, its historical participation in all the major American wars set it apart as one of the most noteworthy cities. Its strategic location near Antietam Creek made it significant during the French & Indian War, the American Revolution and the Civil War.
Waynesboro is certainly rich in history but it is rich in other ways as well. The downtown area is charming, the parks are spacious, the endless activities planned for the family and the value placed on education are only a small sample of what makes this small city great. And as a travel nurse, you will find that the local hospital, Waynesboro Hospital, has been recognized as one of the best places to work in Pennsylvania.