Emporium

Discover Emporium

Emporium is the county seat and has many beautiful public art murals throughout the town.  The new West Creek Trail connects Emporium with St. Marys. During the winter months the trail provides snowmobilers, riding the nearby state forest trails, easy access to downtown.  There is also access for horseback riding on Thunder Mountain Equestrian Trail near Sizerville State Park. A sure sign of spring is the annual Cameron County Canoe and Kayak Classic in early April, which is one of the largest downriver paddling events in the state.  Emporium also hosts a popular Big Foot Hunt during Weekend in the Wilds each July and rings in the holidays with Christmas in the Wilds.

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Family-style restaurant with a friendly atmosphere, great food, and affordable prices. Free wifi for customers. Open Monday-Saturday 8 a.m-8 p.m.

34-mile trail located in the Elk State Forest starting at Sizerville State Park and ending in Sinnemahoning with many mountain vistas.

Over-6,400-acre natural area near Emporium. Four major hiking and backpacking treks include Quehanna, Bucktail Path, Donut Hole, and Chuck Keiper trails.

45 clean and comfortable air-conditioned rooms including five efficiencies, featuring wifi, phone, cable TV, and restaurant. Groups welcome. ATM is available in the motel lobby 24 hours/day.

Friendly service and country charm await you here. Locally renowned for unsurpassed breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Our 70-seat dining room open seven days a week 6 a.m.-8 p.m.

American and Italian cuisine, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Friday night fish fry and seafood specials, our famous, delicious desserts, and more.

Each April, hundreds of paddlers brave the cold waters of the Driftwood Branch of the Sinnemahoning Creek.  Some class one white water and whirlpools.

Cameron County Canvas murals throughout Emporium depict county residents and military personnel. Painted by Michael Pilato and Yuri Karabash and funded by the Sylvan Heritage Council.

Providing assistance to businesses and promoting relocation of businesses. Home of the Cameron County Artisan Center displaying and selling products of more than 65 artisans from across the United States.

Built July 4, 1890. Original courtroom still has seats used by the Bucktailers at their reunion, alongside the rare "unblindfolded" Lady Justice who sees all.

Events

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2019sat02mar7:00 pm9:00 pmFeaturedRoots & Boots Tour7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST St. Mary's High School, Carpin AuditoriumCounties:ElkCategory:Featured,Music

2019fri15mar(mar 15)5:00 pmsat16(mar 16)12:00 amFeaturedClarion River Jam Bluegrass Festival5:00 pm - 12:00 am (16) EST Park Inn by Radisson, 45 Holiday Inn RdCounties:ClarionCategory:Featured,Music

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