Our large rental cabin has all of the amenities you'll need including a nice fire place, TV with Dish network and VHS/DVD player and all the Pittsburgh local channels for Pittsburgh sports fans, a tub and shower and a laundry room with washer and dryer. Sleeps up to 10. More Info
We offer 24 primitive camp sites on approximately four picturesque acres of ground which will provide enjoyable, peaceful camping. Each Campsite features a fire ring and picnic table. More Info
Cook Forest, (10 minutes away) offers fishing, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, and fun parks
Clear Creek State Park, (2 miles away) sits along the Clarion River and has some great hiking trails, a trout pond and stream that is stocked. Swimming is also available.
Elk viewing areas are about 1 to 1.5 hours away.
A great spot for kids as well as adults is Bear Town Rocks which has a perfect place to look over the forest for miles from atop the rocks, and the kids have a blast climbing the rocks.
If you like shopping at antique shop craft shops and other mountain oriented shops, you can visit some wonderful shops in the area and we would be happy to direct you to them. One of our favorites, Merry Men of the Mountain in nearby Fisher, is a shop that hand crafts mountain men and a lot of holiday seasonal items.
If you have never been to the Cook Forest area before, you should plan a trip and find out why the people that do, always come back year after year. Come up and get away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Maybe you will remember how nice it is just to relax, if if only for a few days.
There are a lot of great restaurants in the area, the Saw Mill Theater for the Arts, ATV and Snowmobile Trails are all around the area, so much more!
A large flea market in Hazen, open the first weekend of the month May through October. Plus there are always lots of yard sales!
The Historic town of Brookville is a great place to visit and shop, or take a drive to Clarion or DuBois to shop at the malls.
If golfing is your sport, there are many nice courses just a short drive.
Hunters enjoy thousands of acres of hunting land in the Allegheny National Forest, Cook Forest, and Kittanning Forest, all are part of the Pennsylvania Wilds