This park is under construction with a projected completion date of September 2017. This park embraces Port Allegany's Glass Manufacturing history and also highlights the importance of the Natural Gas and Lumber industries to our town. Featuring the artistic and architectural talents of many Port Allegany residents and natives, this park is a must see when visiting PA's Historic Route 6, the Pennsylvania Wilds, or the Pennsylvania Lumber Heritage Region.
The Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau is the official Tourism Promotion Agency for McKean County. Click here to visit their website to learn about area attractions, lodging, dining, events, and more.
Potter County is right next door to McKean County, and the Potter County Visitors Association is their official Tourism Promotion Agency. Click here to visit their website to learn about area attractions, lodging, dining, events, and more.
Port Allegany is located in the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds Region, a 12 1/2 county region in North Central Pennsylvania, that is home to gifted artisans, quint shops and towns, and provides access to almost any form of outdoor recreation imaginable. Visit the Pennsylvania Wilds website to learn about all the PA Wilds has to offer.
The PA Route 6 Alliance promotes history, heritage and tourism along Pennsylvania's scenic Route 6, which runs through downtown Port Allegany. Route 6 has been named "one of America's most scenic drives" by National Geographic. Whether you are visiting the artisan trail during the Summer, or coming to see the beautiful Fall Foliage later in the year, PA Route 6 has a lot to offer - click here to learn more.
The Lumber industry has been and continues to be a vital part of our region's history and heritage. This area of North Central Pennsylvania played a critical role in the formation of the conservation movement in the United States, and the lumber industry in the area continues to promote conservation through sustainable forestry practices. The Lumber Heritage Region of PA's goal is to preserve, relate, and enhance the history and heritage of the people and their relationship with the Pennsylvania Forests. Click here to visit the Lumber Heritage Region of PA's website.