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 >