Visit Pennsylvania’s only national forest.
The Allegheny National Forest is a serene woodland escape located in northern Pennsylvania. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this forest spans over 500,000 acres, offering plenty of space for exploring and hiking. The forest is filled with abundant black cherry, hardwood, and maple trees throughout its borders. Allegheny National Forest is a neat place to stop if you're traveling around upstate New York and is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.
Be sure to check out the Kinzua Sky Walk if you love sightseeing. The sky walk crosses over the Kinzua Gorge, and at the end of this bridge, there is a partial glass floor allowing you to see hundreds of feet below you. The Minister Creek Hiking Trail is one of the most sought-after trails within the forest. It is 7.3 miles long and offers so much space to soak in the flourishing foliage and wildlife throughout these woods. Keep your eyes peeled for foxes, deer, wild turkeys, and maybe even some black bears.