Recreational Activities Abound
This quaint village, located along scenic Route 6, is nestled in the Allegheny National Forest and is the gateway to the Tionesta Scenic Area.
Founded in 1871, the community of Ludlow is named after Andrew H. Ludlow. The Olmsted Manor, the centerpiece of Ludlow, is a wonderful example of tudor architecture built in 1917 and is located within a 325 acre estate.
Now open to visitors as an Adult Retreat and Conference Center, the Olmsted Manor and its surrounding buildings provides the perfect location for a small conferences or family reunions.
The scenic beauty of the grounds and the spectacular staircase within the manor house provide a breathtaking location for weddings.
Travel to Wildcat Park in Ludlow for the perfect location for your wedding, family reunion, or company picnic.
Wildcat Park features outdoor picnic areas, pavilions, playgrounds and a pristine fishing stream.