“Do 6” in Warren, PA

Welcome to Warren, Pennsylvania!

Known as the gateway to the Allegheny National Forest, the Pennsylvania Heritage Community of Warren abounds with peaceful parks, scenic walking trails, and outdoor recreation in any season. But don’t spend all of your time in the forests or on the Allegheny River; spend some time exploring the rich history and architecture of Warren’s impressive 28-block historic district, too. From a priceless natural resource to a million-dollar legacy, Warren and Warren County boast an abundance of resources and history. And residents and visitors benefit!

“Do 6” Mile Markers: 94-98
County: Warren
Tourism Region: PA Wilds 

Top 6 Ways to “Do 6” in Warren, PA:

1. Experience Breathtaking Views from the Kinzua Sky Walk – Take a walk along the Kinzua Sky Walk to experience arguably the best views in Warren County, then stop in the Big Bend Visitor Center to learn about the Kinzua Dam’s historical significance.

2. Get Some Exercise While Exploring Warren’s History – Grab the City of Warren Parks: A Walking Tour Brochure, then head out on an educational, history-filled adventure.

3. Revel in the Arts at the Historic Struthers Library Theatre – Take in a show or musical performance at the magnificent, award-winning Struthers Library Theatre.

4. Appreciate Warren’s Art and Artisans – Visit the Crary Art Gallery, a stop along the PA Route 6 Artisan Trail, to discover the area’s finest artists and craftsmen.

5. Take a Hike to Rimrock Overlook – Hike up to the Rimrock Overlook for stunning views of the Allegheny Reservoir.

6. Enjoy Music in the Park – Join the community for some casual musical entertainment in the amphitheater at Soldiers & Sailers Park, each Friday evening throughout the summer months.

Warren Contact Information:

City of Warren
318 West Third Ave.
Warren, PA 16365
Phone: 814-723-6300
Email: admin@cityofwarrenpa.gov

Hours: Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Closed on holidays.

Related Links

Warren Community Work Plan

CIty of Warren

Warren Main Street

Warren County Visitors Bureau

“Do 6” in Warren County

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