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Just 18 miles north of Downtown Pittsburgh is the ever-charming Marshall Township.
Gaining its autonomy from Franklin Park in 1863, withdrawal proceedings were spearheaded by Thomas Mercer Marshall, the man whose name the town would adopt in tribute. 
The Venango Historic Trail cuts through the Northeast corner of the township and Kuskusky Path crosses the town North to South, passing through the Marshall Elementary and Middle School grounds. These old Indian trails bridge the township to present day New Castle, Erie, and Presque Isle.
Marshall Township is bordered by Cranberry to the North, Economy to the West, Pine Township to the East, and Franklin Park to the immediate South; making it a gateway to both Butler and Beaver counties.
Local recreational opportunities include Warrendale Community Park and Knob Hill Park, which provide a variety of walking and nature trails, play areas, a golf course, tennis and basketball courts, and more.
Furthermore, Marshall Township and the surrounding areas are serviced by a number of local shops and eateries. With quick access to I-79, Route 19, Route 8, and 910, Marshall Township is a perfect access point to anywhere in North Pittsburgh.

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