Marienville, Pennsylvania

Marienville

Marienville is a quiet village nestled between two great forests, the Allegheny National Forest to the north and Cook Forest to the south. Located on scenic Route 66 in Forest County, the area is rich in history and natural attractions.

  • Allegheny National Forest

    Hundreds of miles of trails designated for hiking, biking, equestrian, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ATVing. Family-fun outdoor recreation including swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, picnicking and camping.

    Along with the rich variety of outdoor recreation, several camping opportunities are available including 600 campsites,...
  • ANF Snowmobile Trails

    The ANF has over 300 miles of groomed and non-groomed snowmobile trails in interconnected loops. Trails can be accessed from many locations throughout the Forest. Maps are available online, at the Marienville Ranger Station, and at the Forest County Visitor Center.
  • Buzzard Swamp Wildlife Viewing Area

    Most of the trails are not marked with diamonds, so watch the informational signs for directions. The skill level of the trails is easy and the terrain is relatively flat. Some of the trails are located within meadows with little protection from the sun and wind. Buzzard Swamp offers some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities on the Forest....
  • Cook Forest Ice Skating Pond

    Enjoy a scenic view of the Clarion River in its winter splendor. This lighted ice skating pond is maintained by the park office, has a parking area, shelter, fire ring, skate rental and a sledding hill just behind the pond. Visit http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/winter-report/index.htm??park=6202 for your winter weather report.
  • Loleta Recreation Area

    Located within the 517,000 acre Allegheny National Forest, offering camp sites (reservations required), picnic area shelters, amphitheater, volleyball court, swimming beaches, bathhouse, trout fishing, canoeing and a three-mile hiking trail.
  • Marienville ATV /Bike Trail

    A system of 37 miles of interconnecting trails traversing scenic, forested hills. The main trailhead is located off Route 66, approximately 10.5 miles north of Marienville. The trail is divided into a Bike Trail Area and an ATV Trail Area. The ATV trail is open to Class I and Class II ATVs, motorcycles, horses and mountain bikes. All ATV trails...
  • Pigeon Run Falls

    Waterfall is on Pigeon Run that runs into Spring Creek. Take Lamonaville Road in Marienville and follow it to the end. You will arrive at the bridge that crosses Spring Creek. The trail starts on the left just over this bridge on state game lands number 28 and travels onto the Allegheny National Forest. You will travel along with Spring Creek on...
  • Sharon's Horse Heaven Cabin and Camping

    Fabulous trail-riding vacation for you and your horse. Two bedroom cabin and camping. Ride from the farm or trailer to nearby trail system.
  • Spring Creek Horse Trail

    There's a new horse trail in town! The Allegheny National Forest has a new 40-mile equestrian trail inviting you to come explore horseback!

    The Allegheny National Forest has something new to share with equine enthusiasts! Starting at the Kelly Pines Campground off PA Route 66 in Marienville, the new Spring Creek Trail traverses almost 40 miles...
  • Timberline ATV Trail

    This 38 mile trail is open to Class I and II ATVs, trailbikes, snowmobiles, horses and mountain bikes. This trail is rated as EASIEST and is best suited to ATVs. During the winter season, this trail provides snowmobile access from the south and southeast to the Allegheny Snowmobile Loop system. Because of concurrent use of ATVs and snowmobiles,...
  • Tour-de- Forest

    ATV leisure ride through the Allegheny National Forest on designated forest roads and trails that are not usually open to ATV traffic. Very low difficulty. Riders of all ages & experience. Spring ride each May. Fall ride each October. Route opens at 8 a.m. Benefits Marienville Volunteer Fire Co., Inc.

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