Many of the County Links
above will keep you specifically in or near the city of Bradford and McKean County, PA, part of the Pennsylvania Wilds
McKean County is a wonderland for outdoor recreation with the Kinzua Bridge State Park and the Allegheny National Forest recreation sites. Cabins, campgrounds, and private lodging options are available year-round. It abounds in easy access points to streams and trails, friendly inns, quality family restaurants and stimulating natural attractions. Over 600 miles of hiking, snowmobiling, bicycle and skiing trails are available, along with ATV riding areas in Rew and on the Allegheny National Forest. The major forest roads provide access into some of the best hunting and fishing areas in the Eastern United States.
McKean County has developed into a year-round vacation land matching the interest of hikers, campers, snowmobilers, fishermen, birdwatchers, skiers, photographers or anyone else wanting to get away from it all. You can challenge our rugged backwoods or - if you prefer - you can have the luxury of modern conveniences and "rough it easy". Plan a day trip, weekend or your whole vacation.
McKean County is "Trail Central" with miles of four-season trails, including hiking, biking, ATV, and snowmobiling. The Allegheny National Forest, the only National Forest in Pennsylvania offers over 513,000 acres of outdoor recreation with cabin and campground rentals available year-round. The Kinzua Sky Walk, constructed on the historic towers of the Kinzua Viaduct, once the longest and highest railroad viaduct in the world is located at the Kinzua Bridge State Park. The Longhouse National Scenic Byway, a 29-mile driving loop was named by US Today as one of the top scenic drives in the United States. The Zippo/Case Museum, located in Bradford, is a must see attraction and the only place in the world that manufactures Zippo lighters and Case knives. The Eldred WW II Museum offers history you can see, touch and feel. Fall is bigger here-with brilliant shades of orange, yellow and red, here in the Allegheny Plateau fall color usually peeks the first three weeks of October.
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