National (forest) treasure
Over half-a-million acres of Warren County and McKean County forestland is protected as the Allegheny National Forest. There are 11 campgounds, 600 miles of trails for hiking, skiing and snowmobiling, and towering trees that pre-date the revolution.
City of Warren, Historic District
There is a self-guided walking tour available at the Warren County Visitors Center located on Route 6 midway between Warren and Youngsville.
Struther's Library Theater
In Warren's National Historic District, the Struthers Library Theater is the landmark. Built in 1883 and restored in 1983, the playhouse is home to a variety of American musical classics each summer. Home of the Warren Players.
In autumn the region is ablaze in the colors of the season. Three overlooks provide scenic panoramas. From Rimrock Overlook and Jake's Rocks to the vistas of the Allegheny National Forestand Allegheny Reservoir are unsurpassed. The Tidioute Overlook offers views of the wild and scenic Allegheny River, the Wilderness Islands and the village Tidioute.
Warren County Fair
This award winning fair features an agricultural fair, entertainment, motor sport track, livestock exhibits, and equestrian events. Fun for the whole family!
Wild Woods Animal Park
Biological Park dedicated to the survival of indigenous wildlife through education. They also fold the Annual Seneca festival!
Hickory Creek Wilderness Ranch
They offer trail riding, overnight pack trips, cabins, and the annual Professional Bull Riding Event!
Simpler Times Museum
Eclectic collection of oil, gas and lumber memorabilia, antique cars, turn of the century memorabilia.
A picture-postcard view of Victorian Tidioute and the River Islands.
Warren County Visitors Bureau
1-800-624-7802 | www.wcvb.net