Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau

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Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau

You’re on the Trail to Something Big

Awesome! Wow! Bring your group to experience the Kinzua Sky Walk, “One of the World’s Top 10 most Scenic Skywalks in the World.” They will be amazed with the 360-degree panoramic views of Kinzua Gorge. Lush green forestlands turn into a colorful quilt of blazing yellow, ruby red and brilliant orange during the fall. Located within the Kinzua Bridge State Park, the Kinzua Sky Walk and the new interactive visitors center are free attractions. Add to the experience by requesting a free park program, such as “History of the Bridge.”

After leaving the park, cruise along Longhouse National Scenic Byway in the Allegheny National Forest to Rimrock Overlook, Kinzua Point and Kinzua Dam, before driving to Kane, Pennsylvania, for a delicious luncheon at the historic Kane Manor. Pack a cooler, your next stop is Bell’s Market, an old-fashioned, family owned grocery store brimming with tasty treats. Plan on an afternoon of tasting and touring at CJ Spirits, Logyard Brewing, Twisted Vine Beverage or Flickerwood Wine Cellars. Other stops in Kane can include the McCleery Discovery Center to learn about the Lobo Wolves or Artworks at the Summit to shop for local artisan treasures.

Drive to Bradford to check into your hotel. Dinner on your own in Bradford’s National Historic District. In the morning, tour the world-famous Zippo/Case Museum, schedule a behind the scenes tour at the Marilyn Horne Museum, or tour the Penn Brad Oil Museum to learn about the world’s first billion-dollar oil field-the Bradford Sands. After your tours, schedule your luncheon at John Williams European Pastry Shop along with the hands-on experience “Baking with Joe” where you make your own pastry treat to take with you. 

Heading north, if you go to the west, visit the Eldred World War II Museum for history you can see, touch and feel, and the Village Shops, 12,000 sq. feet of unique shops. Heading northeast will take you to Salamanca, New York, where you can tour the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, the Seneca-Allegany Casino, or the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY.

For personalized assistance contact VisitANF.com or call 800-473-9370.

Contact Information

Bus Tours Magazine
9698 W. Judson Road
Polo, IL 61064
Phone: (815) 946-2341
Fax: (815) 946-2347