DO 6 in Kane

Welcome to Kane, Pennsylvania!

The PA Heritage Community of Kane can thank its abundant natural resources for its rich history and diversified economic base. Located at “nature’s doorstep” in the heart of the Allegheny National Forest along scenic Pennsylvania Route 6, Kane provides access to some of the best outdoor recreation found in the United States! The warm summer months provide plenty of opportunities for golfing, swimming, hiking, biking, fishing, camping, and more. And the crisp autumn air makes for perfect birdwatching, geocaching, and foliage tours. Plus, with an average annual snowfall of 105″, winter is filled with snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.

“Do 6” Mile Markers: 124-125
County: McKean
Tourism Region: PA Wilds

Top 6 Ways to “Do 6” in Kane, PA:

1. See a Movie Under the Stars – Take the kids to the classic Kane Family Drive-In Theatre for a fun family movie night!

2. Experience the Spectacular Views at the Kinzua Sky Walk – Walk the “tracks across the sky” at Kinzua Bridge State Park.

3. Appreciate the Architecture of the Kane Chapel – Visit the restored Kane Chapel, a memorial to General Kane who was influential in the early Latter Day Saints Movements, the Civil War, and the founding of Kane, PA.

4. Try Some Handcrafted Spirits at CJ Spirits – Experience the craft of distilled spirits at Route 6 Artisan Trail site, CJ Spirits.

5. Visit a Restored PA Railroad Depot – Explore local history at The Kane Depot, a beautifully-restored 1871 Railroad Station.

6. Try the Famous Grillers from Jack Bell’s – You’ll feel like family when you walk in the door of Kane’s classic family-run grocery, Jack Bell’s Meat & Poultry, stocked with a vast variety of meat, cheeses, and specialty food items.


Kane Contact Information:

Kane Area Development Center
54 N. Fraley Street
Kane, PA  16735
Phone: 814-837-6565

Related Links

Kane Community Work Plan

Kane Area Chamber of Commerce

“Do 6” in McKean County

Kane Lodging & Dining Guide

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