Tionesta

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Tionesta is a charming town located on the banks of the Wild & Scenic Allegheny River. The Market Village is a must-see attraction that offers shoppers a collection of local merchants offering a variety of handmade treasures. Early summer, is Firefly season when the night is fielded with a spectacular synchronized light show in the Allegheny National Forest.  Each July, cowboys and cowgirls compete in the 3-night outdoor Allegheny Mountain Championship Rodeo.  The town’s Native American heritage is celebrated each August with the Tionesta Indian Festival.  Tionesta boasts Pennsylvania’s only  in-land functioning lighthouse, which open for tours several times per year.

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1875 Victorian Eastlake-style home filled with artifacts from Native Americans and early settlers, tools, products from county businesses, and genealogies of local families.

We provide information and assistance to visitors including directions, literature, activities, events, area restaurants, accommodations, and more. Closed Mondays.

Groceries, Subway restaurant, all your outdoor needs, hunting and fishing updates, sporting goods, live bait, souvenirs, Minnetonka Moccasins, T-shirts, homemade waffle cones, Pennsylvania lottery, gasoline.

Enjoy great food while relaxing in “The Hills” at our bar or in our dining area. Free wifi, pool table, and five TVs.

Vacation rental tucked in the forest. Two bedrooms, full kitchen, bath, dining room, large living room with fireplace. Sleeps six.

Beautiful and challenging 18 -hole public golf course along the scenic Allegheny River. Play and stay packages available. Open April through October. Just south of Tionesta.

Condo, house, and motel on the scenic Allegheny River featuring two full-size beds and private bath. 18-hole golf course, play-and-stay packages available.

Restaurant and lounge with lunch specials and full dinner menu after 4 p.m. Open weekends in April. Full time May 1. 18-hole golf course and lodging.

Educational historic panels on design elements of the 1934 bridge, river history, Seneca Nation, archeological discoveries, and endangered mussels relocation, along with a piece of the original bridge.

Open April-September. 20 sites suitable for tents and trailers. Flush toilets during season, water, dump station, vault toilets.

Events

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2019fri13sep(sep 13)11:00 amsun15(sep 15)5:00 pmFeaturedBavarian Fall Fest11:00 am - 5:00 pm (15) EST St. Mary's Chamber, 53 S. St. Marys St, St. Mary's, PACounties:ElkCategory:Fairs & Festivals,Featured

2019fri20sep(sep 20)9:00 amsun22(sep 22)4:00 pmFeaturedPeanut Butter Festival9:00 am - 4:00 pm (22) EST New BethlehemCounties:ClarionCategory:Children’s Events,Fairs & Festivals,Featured

2019fri27sep(sep 27)7:00 amsun29(sep 29)4:00 pmFeaturedMarienville Oktoberfest7:00 am - 4:00 pm (29) EST Marienville Town Square, Route 66 Cherry StreetCounties:ForestCategory:Fairs & Festivals,Featured

2019sat28sep(sep 28)12:00 amsun06oct(oct 6)11:59 pmFeaturedAutumn Leaf Festival12:00 am - (october 6) 11:59 pm EST Clarion, Main St, Clarion, PACounties:ClarionCategory:Children’s Events,Crafts & Markets,Fairs & Festivals,Featured,Food & Wine,Theater & Arts

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