The woods are gorgeous, dark and deep… especially in Warren County, Pennsylvania. From a priceless natural resource to a million-dollar heritage, Warren County boasts an abundance of riches and history.

Things to do in Warren County:

  1. Explore the Allegheny National Forest – Hike, bike, and ATV through the 555,000-acre Allegheny National Forest.
  2. Get to know Warren’s history – take a stroll through the Warren National Historic District to see the riches of the former oil fields, then stop at the historic Struthers Library Theater.
  3. Discover Warren County’s art and artisans – Meet local artists and craftspeople at Allegheny Artistry, a cooperative of local artists on Main Street in Youngsville.
  4. Kayaking the Allegheny – kayak or canoe the wild, scenic Allegheny River.
  5. Hike for breathtaking views – Hike up to Rimrock Overlook or Jake Rocks for breathtaking views of the Allegheny Reservoir.
  6. Learn about the significance of the Kinzua Dam. Learn a little about power generation at the Big Bend Visitor Center at Kinzua Dam.

Warren County’s amazing outlook:

Each county along Pennsylvania’s Heritage Corridor reveals its own “amazing vistas” – unique and attractive places, landmarks, and points of interest that tell stories of oil, coal, timber, and harvest.

Each county along Pennsylvania’s Heritage Corridor offers a unique system of first-class trails and new opportunities for adventure amid the natural beauty, rich heritage, and welcoming communities of that county.