Routes: 321, 59 and Forest Road 262, Warren and McKean County
Experience the most awe-inspiring views in the Allegheny National Forest. This 29-mile loop circles the Kinzua Creek Arm of the Allegheny Reservoir through the Allegheny National Forest. Beautiful hardwood forests and water views from the high plateau make this drive a scenic wonder you’ll never forget.
From the dainty blossoms of the mountain laurel to the blazing colors of autumn, this drive is a vibrant postcard come to life. Even in the winter the contrast of dark green pine needles against the bright white of a new snowfall is picture-perfect.
During your drive, you won't want to miss the Allegheny Reservoir, a 12,080 acre, 27-mile long lake that’s treated anglers to state-record walleye and northern pike. Hiking, biking, hunting, swimming, and good-old picnicking make this the perfect destination.
The Allegheny Reservoir, a 12,000 acre impoundment, spans the border between Pennsylvania and New York. In Pennsylvania, the reservoir is completely surrounded by the Allegheny National Forest. The reservoir is a fun family place for fishing, boating, swimming and so much more. The Allegheny... Read More >
The Allegheny National Forest offers more than 513,000 acres of outdoor fun. Nearby Kinzua Bridge State Park in Pennsylvania and the Allegany State Park in New York provide additional trail and recreation opportunities. There is an endless variety of trails leading to just the adventure... Read More >