Downtown Tidioute

174 Main St, Tidioute, PA 16351-1048 GET DIRECTIONS
Local: 814-484-7424
Fax: 814-484-7412
Tidioute (tiddy-oot), is an Iroquois word meaning "protrusion of land." The Allegheny River makes a sharp bend here creating a near-peninsula within the river valley. Access to the Allegheny River is available from a boat launch and a 5 mile non-motorized riverside Recreation Trek both located in the heart of town. Home of the worlds' first natural "flowing" oil well, used by Native Americans for medicinal purposes. After the discovery of oil in Titusville, Tidioute became a booming oil center and the birthplace of Standard Oil. Oil millionaires, railroads and wealth followed leaving a legacy of Victorian-era mansions. For the last 48 years; Tidioute has hosted the PA. State Championship Fishing Tournament held annually the last weekend in September.
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Facility Amenities: Gift Shop, Restaurant on site
On-site Activities: Playground
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