Jefferson County

Discover Jefferson County

Being home to the world’s most famous weather forecaster, Punxsutawney Phil, gives Jefferson County bragging rights.  Small town charm is our specialty. Unique shops and restaurants invite you to visit the historical Main Streets, meet some friendly faces, and make memories that will last a lifetime. Travelers can explore Beartown Rocks, Cook Forest and Clear Creek State Parks. Here, visitors can see a baseball bat factory, a moonshine distillery, giant carved boulders, and the world’s first four-wheel drive vehicle.

Brockway

In Brockway, visitors will find the Clarion/Little Toby Trail which offers year-round hiking and biking through the remote and scenic Little Toby Creek Valley. A canoe launch in Brockway and the new Little Vineyard launch offer paddlers easy access to Little Toby Creek and the Wild & Scenic Clarion River downstream. The Taylor Memorial Museum is notable for its vast display of glass from local industry. Make sure to check out Brockway’s Old Fashioned Fourth of July picnic and fireworks celebration at Taylor Memorial Park. Shoppers can go bargain hunting at the Hazen Flea Market the first weekend of each month from May to October.

Brookville

Brookville is travel a hub with I-80 and routes 322, 36, and 28 converging nearby. The town features a charming restored Victorian Main Street with quaint shops, restaurants, striking architecture, a beautiful historical district. The northern trailhead for Redbank Valley Trail, Pennsylvania’s first “Trail of the Year”, is conveniently located near downtown. Twyford, the first four-wheel drive ever made, was built in Brookville and the Jefferson County History Center has one on display, along with many interesting exhibits and an impressive model railroad. Scripture Rocks Heritage Park features over 70 engraved boulders carved in the early 1900’s. At Blackbird Distillery visitors can sample America’s only completely handmade moonshine.

Punxsutawney

Punxsutawney is the home of the world’s foremost weather prognosticator, Punxsutawney Phil, and is party central for the nation’s Groundhog Day celebration every February 2nd at Gobbler’s Knob. Each July, visitors can enjoy the fun of the Groundhog Festival. Make sure to visit the Groundhog Club Headquarters and Phil’s Burrow. The Weather Discovery Center is perfect for school age children with intriguing hands-on interactive exhibits. No trip to the weather capital of the world would be complete without posting some great selfies with one of the dozens of Phantastic Phils sculptures throughout town.

Reynoldsville

Reynoldsville is a good place to experiencing “Small Town America” with unique shops and restaurants. The nearby DuBois/Jefferson County airport offers travelers easy access to the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region with multiple daily flights to and from Pittsburgh and Baltimore. BWP Bats offers free tours of the baseball bat manufacturing process using local hardwoods. The annual Red, White, & Blueberry Festival features an always hysterical blueberry pie eating contest and Hummingbird Speedway offers visitors high speed thrills with Saturday night dirt track racing.

Cook Forest

Cook Forest State Park gives visitors the chance to explore ancient stands of giant trees. Men’s Journal called it “America’s Best Old-Growth Forest”. The Clarion River flows through the park and is popular with both paddlers and fishermen. Nearby Clear Creek State Park is a beautiful one-of-a-kind place nestled deep in a valley featuring spectacular views at Beartown Rocks and the stunning Western Pennsylvania Laurel Fields. The area surrounding the both parks have many vacation rentals, restaurants, shops, and fun attractions to enjoy.

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Friday night dirt-track racing, late models, semi-lates, street stock, front-wheel drive four-cylinders and semi-lates. 3/8-mile semi-banked clay oval near Knoxdale.

10-mile hiking trail along the Clarion River linking Cook Forest and Clear Creek State Parks with scenic overlooks and vistas.

Best pizza and sandwiches in Tri-County. All homemade, family dining, bar, and six-pack shop. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday. Beside Truman's Store.

Visit Punxsutawney, the home of Groundhog Day for family fun! Free map and guide available. (800) 752-PHIL (7445).

Offering a picnic area, swimming, swinging bridge, fly-fishing for trout.

Permanent and overnight RV sites, tent sites, and primitive cabin. Clean bathrooms and showers. Propane, pavilion, laundromat, groceries, and a fishing pond.

Scenic hiking and biking 4.2-mile crushed-limestone trail with four bridges between Brockway and Falls Creek. Parallels Route 219 on former Pennsylvania Railroad Line 651.

Our country shop specializes in handmade crafts made on the premises. If you love wood, love crafts, and love country stuff, you'll love us.
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2019sat23feb10:00 am12:00 pmCreate Community Market10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST Fusion Cafe, 185 Main St, Brookville, PACounties:JeffersonCategory:Crafts & Markets,Food & Wine

2019sat23feb10:00 am12:00 pmGlow in the Dark Day10:00 am - 12:00 pm est Weather Discovery Center, 201 N. Findley St, Punxsutawney, PACounties:JeffersonCategory:Children’s Events,Other Events

2019sat23feb11:00 am4:00 pmBowdish Model Train Exhibit11:00 am - 4:00 pm EST Jefferson County History Center, 176 Main St, Brookville, PACounties:JeffersonCategory:History & Heritage

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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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