Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau

Visit Allegheny National Forest & Kinzua Sky Walk

Kinzua Sky Walk & Visitors Center

Visit one of the world's "Top 10" most Scenic Skywalks - Kinzua Bridge Visitors Center - Open Year Round. Daily: 8 am to 6 pm. Free Admission.
Kinzua Road Trip Map »
Kinzua Sky Walk »


Scenic Fall Drives

Mother Nature puts on the show of the year during fall foliage season. View nature's beauty by car or motorcycle. Leave time to explore the many sites along the way.
Scenic Driving Map »


Where to Stay

From a romantic B & B to a rustic cabin in the woods. From a historic Manor House to modern amenities at award-winning hotels, our area has something for every price range.
Lodging Map »
Road Trip Ideas for 2019 »



You’re on the Trail to Something Big

Enjoy the Outdoors
Plan an outing to the Forest region. Our new 2019-20 travel guide will get you started. Get it now »

Great Fishing!
Native brook trout in fresh mountain streams or walleye, muskie, or bass fishing in the Allegheny Reservoir. Tourist Fishing License »

Trail Central in the ANF
Take a Hike! Or grab your bike to enjoy our many biking, mountain biking trails, or ATV Trails.
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Get Outdoors
Some great ideas to help you plan your next adventure in the Allegheny National Forest Region in 2019!
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Group Tour &
Motorcoach Ideas

Bring your groups to experience the Kinzua Sky Walk, history, world-class museums and the beauty of the ANF.
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Group & School Trips »



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Enjoy Virtual Tours of our Most Popular Destinations

This fly over of the Kinzua Sky Walk offers a unique view of the bridge’s construction and the damage that resulted from a tornado in 2003.

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