Saxton is a borough in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 722 at the 2020 census.Geography
Saxton is located in northwestern Bedford County at (40.214584, -78.245241), at the northern edge of an area known as the Broad Top in the Appalachian Mountains. Saxton is located in Woodcock Valley, along the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. Known as "The River" locally, it supplies the town with a secondary source of drinking water. It flows into Raystown Lake just north of town. Saxton Mountain is a small, sharp ridge which rises above the town to the east, behind which is the Broad Top plateau. Approximately mile to the west of Saxton is Tussey Mountain, which runs south to north.Saxton is bordered to the west by the unincorporated community of Stonerstown. Pennsylvania Route 913 passes through Saxton, leading west through Stonerstown and across the Raystown Branch to end at Pennsylvania Route 26, and leading ea
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