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Allegheny National Forest

Allegheny National Forest
The Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania’s only National Forest, is approximately 517,000 acres and includes land in Elk, Forest, McKean and Warren counties in the northwestern corner of the State. About 463,000 acres are forested, 42,000 acres are non-forest, and 11,000 acres are covered by water (primarily the Allegheny Reservoir). The Forest features numerous recreational opportunities, including bicycling, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, scenic driving and water activities.


Panama Rocks Scenic Park

Panama Rocks Scenic Park
Come explore an enchanting world of towering rocks, deep crevices and passageways, cool, cavernous dens, and small caves! The rock formations are a unique outcrop of 300 million years old quartz conglomerate sedimentary rock that extend about half a mile and reach upwards of 60 feet tall – one of the largest of its kind in the world! Grotesque roots snake down the rocks and delicate ferns, mosses, and lichens add to Panama Rock’s unique, jungle-like charm. The park is home to 300+ year old hemlocks, and other species of venerable trees, including ash, beech, black cherry, elm, red maple, and sugar maple. The rock formations are surrounded by a one mile long hiking trail (self guided – off-trail exploring is allowed).


Lucy Desi Museum

Lucy Desi Museum and Center for Comedy
Come explore an enchanting world of towering rocks, deep crevices and passageways, cool, cavernous dens, and small caves! The rock formations are a unique outcrop of 300 million years old quartz conglomerate sedimentary rock that extend about half a mile and reach upwards of 60 feet tall – one of the largest of its kind in the world! Grotesque roots snake down the rocks and delicate ferns, mosses, and lichens add to Panama Rock’s unique, jungle-like charm. The park is home to 300+ year old hemlocks, and other species of venerable trees, including ash, beech, black cherry, elm, red maple, and sugar maple. The rock formations are surrounded by a one mile long hiking trail (self guided – off-trail exploring is allowed).


Chapman State Park

Chapman State Park
The 805-acre Chapman State Park includes the 68-acre Chapman Lake on the West Branch of Tionesta Creek. Adjacent to state game lands and the Allegheny National Forest, Chapman is an oasis of recreational facilities in a vast area of wilderness. A sand beach is open from late-May to mid-September, 8 a.m. to sunset. The 68-acre Chapman Lake has a boat launch and 41 seasonal mooring spaces on the western side.


Drake Well Museum

Drake Well Museum
In 1859 Edwin L. Drake drilled the oil well that launched the modern petroleum industry. Drake Well Museum tells the story of the beginning of the modern oil industry with orientation videos, exhibits, operating oil field machinery, and historic buildings in a park setting. Visitors enjoy a variety of special events, educational programs, membership, volunteer, and shopping experiences on site. Recreational opportunities provide family adventure when combined with Oil Creek State Park bike and hiking trails which begin at the museum. Picnic pavilions, fishing, and canoeing on Oil Creek, and a ride on the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad are also available.


Warren County Fair

Warren County Fair
The Warren County Fair is a great place to gather with your family and visit with your friends, both old and new. It’s a wholesome atmosphere that brings the community together for guaranteed fun and entertainment, suitable for all ages! Check the schedule for events including Go-Kart Racing, festivals, tournaments, craft shows, and more.


Conneaut Lake Park

Conneaut Lake Park
Opened in 1892 as Exposition Park, located on the west side of Conneaut Lake in Western Pennsylvania, a gem survives to this day as a trip back in time. Not a manufactured museum or contrived in any way, Conneaut Lake Park now represents a real alternative to today's frenetic and agitated lifestyle. The very feel of the park, indeed even its aroma, hint of a long and steady past there for us to enjoy. Conneaut Lake Park is a salve to nerves stressed to the breaking point - truly a place of relaxation and refreshment.


Kinzua State Park Sky Walk

Kinzua Sky Walk
The Kinzua Viaduct, when first constructed in May 1882, was the highest and longest viaduct in the world, measuring 301 feet high and 2,053 feet long. The need to transport coal, oil and lumber across the Kinzua Gorge inspired General Thomas Kane, president of the New York, Lake Erie and Western Coal Company and Octave Chanute, Chief Engineer for the Erie Railroad to design a colossal viaduct. Today the Viaduct, has been reinvented as the Kinzua Sky Walk — a spectacular walkway that once again allows the public to “Walk the Tracks Across the Sky.” A partial glass-bottomed observation deck enables visitors to look down at the remaining towers supporting the historic structure.


Zippo/Case Museum

Zippo/Case Museum
Come explore the 15,000 square foot attraction that includes the world famous Zippo Repair Clinic and Zippo/Case Store. Fourteen custom-made Zippo street lighters line the drive leading up to the building. Over the entrance towers a 40-foot Zippo lighter with pulsating neon flame, and an enormous Case Canoe three bladed pocketknife. Enjoy a self-guided tour to learn the rich history of two American icons.


Red Oak Campground