Things to do in the Allegheny National Forest:
For more information on all the attractions (regulations, permits, trail conditions, maps, events ) check with the area Visitor Bureau's or the Ranger Stations. Click on the link
- Allegheny National Forest Visitor Bureau - www.visitanf.com
- Warren County Visitor Bureau - www.wcvb.net
- ANF Ranger Stations - www.fs.usda.gov/detail/allegheny/about-forest/offices
- Kayaking & Canoeing -Bring your own or use one of the outfitters listed below. Click on a link below for more info. Tionesta Creek, Allegheny River, and Conewango River are some of the places you can go.
- Allegheny Outfitters - www.alleghenyoutfitters.com/canoe-kayak-rentals/
- Conewango Outfitters - www.paddleconewango.com
- ATV Trails & Bike Trails - Rocky Gap, Timberline, Marienville , Jakes Rocks, etc.... Each trail is different in miles and level of difficulty.The Trails @ Jakes Rocks is a new Mt. Biking trail that is sure to please all levels of riding.
- Snowmobile Trails - There are 360 miles of trails in the forest. We do not have direct access from the campground to the trails but the trail heads are only about 15 minutes to 30 minutes . Depending which one you go to.
- Hiking & Biking - Numerous trails throughout the forest area. Pick up brochures in store.
- Chapman Dam State Park - About 20 minutes from campground. Summer time provides fishing, boating, hiking & biking trails, etc...
- Winter time provides cross country skiing, sledding/tobagging, ice fishing, ice skating, etc... Host to the Warren County Winterfest in January.
- Kinzua Dam/Allegheny Resorvoir - About 20 minutes from campground. This is a most impressive place in Warren. The area features two scenic overlooks, guided tours, and a visitor center. Boating, Fishing, and Water Skiing are some of the activities at the Kinzua Dam.
- Kinzua Wolf Run Marina - Offers Dining, Boat Rentals, Boat Launch, Docking, Live Bait, and Fishing Tournaments throughout the year with trophy catches to be caught. (814 726-1650)
- Kinzua Bridge/Skywalk - In Mt. Jewett - Once the 8th wonder of the world this Historic Railroad Bridge is a tourist delight. If you dare - walk out to the end of the bridge to see the most spectacular view of the valley. 35 minutes from the campground