Kane, Pennsylvania

A Star in the Forest

Home of the Forest Region’s Longest Trail

Kane, PAHistoric town first settled by Thomas L. Kane, famous Civil War General, and builder of the Kinzua Viaduct.

Rich in natural resources, Kane produces the best black cherry timber in the world. A creative community of artists and visionaries, Kane annually hosts an outdoor fine arts show in June — “Art in the Wilds”.

Visitors will enjoy sampling the award winning wines at Flickerwood Wine Cellars & Lounge along with catching a movie at the old fashioned Kane Family Drive-In Theater.

Nearby, the Longhouse Scenic Drive loops from Kane through the Allegheny National Forest, following the shorelines of the mighty Allegheny Reservoir.

Kane, PA

With 96.6 miles of completed trail marked with blazes, the North Country Trail is the longest trail in the Allegheny National Forest (ANF).

It is one of three designated National Scenic Trails in Pennsylvania and provides vistas of the Allegheny Reservoir as it passes through rock outcroppings, open hardwoods, old growth forests and strands of Hemlock.

Trail heads are located north of Kane along Rt. 321 North, and west of Kane along Route 6. Trail difficulty is rated moderate to difficult.

112 Bayard Street
Kane, PA 16735
Borough Manager: 814-837-9240

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