Mifflinburg, PA. Sponsored Topics. Mifflinburg is a borough in Union County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 3,594 at the 2000 census. In 1792, Elias and Catharina Jungman (Youngman) and their two children, came from Fort Augusta (now Sunbury) Pennsylvania to the Buffalo Valley to settle on land given to them by Catharina’s father.What is there to do in Mifflinburg?
A walking and biking trail from Mifflinburg to Lewisburg is a popular attraction. The unique Mifflinburg Buggy Museum and our Christkindl Market and Oktoberfest bring in tourists from around the globe, adding to the borough’s economic health.Why Mifflinburg Area School District?
Much of our borough’s architecture maintains the charm of the 19th century, while business and industry keeps pace with current technology and infrastructure. The Mifflinburg Area School District assists our youth in gaining a quality education and becoming productive citizens.Why is Mifflinburg called Buggytown?
the Mifflinburg Buggy Museum, which celebrates the era (circa 1880 - 1915) when Mifflinburg was known as "Buggytown, USA" due to its reputation as a major manufacturer of quality horse-drawn carriages and sleighs Mifflinburg's business district is centered on Pennsylvania Route 45.