Local Attractions


Marion Center Speedway - 3.5 miles


Blue Spruce Park
650 acre park, with lake, pavillions, playgrounds, hiking trails and cummings dam.


Smicksburg Amish Country - 7 miles
Beautiful Country scenery,quaint shops, Amish homesteads and more!


Little Mahoning Trout Stream - 5 miles

Punxsutawney (Punxsutawney Phil/Gobblers Knob) - 12 miles
. Barclay Square
. Groundhog Zoo
. Gobbler's Knob
. Punxsutawney Area Historical & Genealogical Society and the Punxsutawney Museum
. Punxsutawney Weather Discovery Center - www.weatherdiscovery.org
. Coolspring Power Museum - www.coolspringpowermuseum.org
And much more!!

Keystone Lake - 12 miles
Keystone Lake comprises 850 acres stretching 5.5 miles.
The lake contains shallows and wetlands, and gets as deep as 90 feet

Keystone Lake provides an excellent warm water fishery with large and small mouth Bass, Walleye, Musky, Perch, Crappies, Bluegills, Sunfish, Pumpkin Heads, and Trout (stocked).

4 Indiana County Covered Bridges
Indiana County is home to four covered bridges constructed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The four bridges are Harmon, Trusal, Kintersburg and Thomas. The Thomas Covered Bridge is the only covered bridge in Indiana County that remains open to traffic. All four covered bridges are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Mahoning Shadow Trail
A 15.2 mile long rails to trail project that runs through portions of Punxsutawney, PA


Jimmy Stewart Museum - Indiana PA


Memorial Park - Indiana PA
Although the smallest of the County Parks, Memorial Park is one of the most historic sites within Indiana County. Originally surveyed in 1774, the site was once a church cemetery (many graves are still located in the park). During the Civil War the site served as a hiding place for travelers of the Underground Railroad.


Tunnelview Historic Site
Tunnelview Historic Site is found in Indiana and contains a 900 ft (275 m) section of the Pennsylvania Mainline Canal. These remains are found near the Conemaugh Dam and explain the area's transportation heritage. Also on the site is a park which offers a pavilion, a canoe launch to the Conemaugh River and other recreational facilities.


Yellow Creek State Park
Yellow Creek State Park is located 12 mi (19 km) east of Indiana. Year round activities are supported at this park, including hiking, cross-country skiing, picnicking, camping, boating, fishing and sledding. From late-May until mid-September a swimming beach is also open for visitors to enjoy.


Whites Woods Nature Center
Set on 250 acres of woodlands, the Whites Woods Nature Center boasts trails for cross-country skiing and hiking. The park is located northwest of Indiana off of North 12th Street.


Blairsville Underground Railroad Museum
214 S. East Lane
Blairsville, PA 15717
Phone: 724-459-5779
Fax: 724-459-0580


Dane Castle
Take a step back in time and visit this 12th century medieval castle filled with suits of armor and weaponry!
71 Frederick Road
Strongstown, PA 15957
Phone: 814-749-7341


Potters Tour - Oct 20-21, 2012 10am-5pm
As you drive the scenic back roads in western PA, you will encounter a growing community of potters. These potters share and promote their love of clay and its creative properties.

In the fall, these potters coordinate a tour. They clean up their studios, wash the clay off their hands, proudly put their work on display, and warmly invite the public to visit their workplace and to learn about the life of a potter and what inspires their work.