235 Allegheny Blvd.
Brookville, PA 15825
Phone: (814) 849-8381
Fax: (814) 849-8386
Ensconced amidst the tranquil environs of Brookville is the Camp Kevin, a 1.5 mile track that challenges bikers of various proficiency levels. Usually used for practice races and training sessions, the track features thrilling laps and turns that promise an adrenalin gush. Besides hosting practice sessions, the Camp Kevin also hosts music festivals and concerts at times. Several established as well as upcoming artists make an appearance at the venue during performances. Check website for a detailed event line-up.
Housed within the Clarion University of Pennsylvania, the Waldo S. Tippin Gymnasium is a recreation facility extended for the students. The well furbished center aims at guiding its students through their health and fitness regime. Its state-of-the-art equipments make it a popular choice for hosting collegiate activities and community events. Call for further details.
Punxsutawney was named after the legend of a groundhog who steps out of his burrow on February 2nd each year. If it is cloudy, he will leave the burrow signifying that winter's on its way out, but if it's sunny, and he sees his own shadow, he will retreat back causing people to believe that winter will be extended for another 6 weeks. The town was immortalized in Hollywood's history with the release of the Bill Murray film, Groundhog Day which was based on this legend. Visitors stop by Punxsutawney during other parts of the year too for its charming heritage, architecture and vibrant arts scene.