“Walk the Tracks across the Sky” The Kinzua Sky Walk is constructed on the restored towers of the historic Kinzua Viaduct, once the longest and highest railroad viaduct in the world. This pedestrian walkway, which extends 600 feet out onto the Kinzua Gorge, features an octagon shaped overlook with a partial glass floor that provides stunning 8-mile forest vistas.
Prime fall foliage viewing is the last week of September and the first three weeks of October. Interpretive staff at the Kinzua Bridge State Park can provide group and school programming with prior arrangement. Courses offered include: History of the Bridge, Apple Cider Making, Candle Making, Birding, GPS Basics & Geocaching, and Fun with Trees and Leaves. Admission to Kinzua Bridge State Park and the Kinzua Sky Walk is free. Park has a pavilion that can be reserved if your group would like to bring a “sack lunch”. For active groups, a guided hike on-site at the General Kane Trail provides an opportunity to view American Chestnut Trees, wildlife and learn about the natural regeneration of a forest following a tornado.
Day use park, open year round. Call during winter months, may be closed due to adverse weather conditions.
Rent a picnic pavilion
Relax and have fun with your own Picnic Pavilion at Kinzua Bridge State Park. Enjoy this spectacular venue for your family reunion or large group outing. Check out available facilities.
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