Bucktail Monument, Cameron County

Historical Attractions & Landmarks 

The Great Outdoors is made up of 5 distinct counties, each proudly displaying their heritage and history. Whether you are taking the trek to Gobbler's Knob that has been made for well over 100 years or Ridgway's Lily of the Valley National Historic Register District, the region boasts many opportunities to take a step back in time.

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  • Barclay Square

    Historic town square was named for the founding father, Reverend David Barclay, who donated the land for public use in 1822. The stone Memorial Bandstand in the center of the park was dedicated in 1932 as a memorial to veterans.
  • Beartown Rocks

    The best kept secret in Clear Creek State Park. This impressive collection of house-sized boulders, created by glaciers, are fascinating landmarks scattered throughout the area. Breathtaking scenic views from the top of these enormous rocks. Climb the rock formation creating a staircase to a vista overlooking the valley below. Easy hiking trails...
  • Brady's Bend Overlook

    Located along Route 68, the overlook provides a spectacular 8-mile panoramic view of the magnificent bend in the Wild & Scenic Allegheny River. Bring your camera!
  • Brooks Run Fire Tower

    Found along Bucktail Path in Elk State Forest in Cameron County overlooking Sinnemahoning State Park. The fire tower is not open to the public, but a great sight to see! Originally built in 1921 and called Grove Mountain Run Fire Tower was moved on June 19, 1940 to the Brooks Run site, which is a considerably higher elevation. The 60-foot...
  • Bucktail Monument

    This monument pays tribute to the soldiers of the 42nd Infantry who fought in the Civil War, known as the Bucktails.

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