Quality Inn & Suites
24 United Drive
Clarion, PA 16214
Phone: (814) 226-8682
Fax: (814) 226-8372
24 United Drive, Clarion, PA, US, 16214
- Phone: (814) 226-8682
- Fax: (814) 226-8372
The Clarion County Courthouse was constructed during the period 1883 and 1885. It is a Victorian edifice with Classical features, the tall clock tower is a part of the courthouse. The jail is a brick-cum-sandstone structure and is situated at the rear of the Courthouse.
This 8,500-acre park is known for its ancient white pines and hemlock timber stands. Classified as a National Natural Landmark, these forests are often referred to as the "Black Forest" of Pennsylvania. A 27-mile trail network is an easy way to see this priceless beauty.
12 miles from Brookville, Clear Creek State Park consists of 1,676.29 acres that includes a scenic portion of the Clear Creek Valley to the Clarion River. 22 rustic cabins and two yurts are available for rent. Camping, hunting, sledding, canoeing, hiking, fishing, swimming, and cross-country skiing are just some of the seasonal activities visitors enjoy.
A key link in a system of flood control project for the Allegheny and upper Ohio Rivers, Tionesta Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. Boating, camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, water-skiing, and picnicking are just some of the activities you can enjoy when visiting Tionesta Lake.
The Thomas Marshall House is located at Dayton, Pennsylvania. This house was constructed around 1865 C.E -1868 C.E and there was an extension made to this house in the year 1881 C.E. The house had a Georgian style of architecture. It got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 22, 1976.
The Oil City Library houses more than 94,000 volumes, which includes 12 newspapers and over 200 magazines.
Open year-round, seven days a week from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Windgate is a vineyard which also produces fine, estate-grown wines using French hybrid grapes. They have won several awards for such wines as Guyasuta Red, Eye of the Buck, Fort Mahoning Red, Amish Country White, Rhapsody, and Chancellor.
One mile north of the Borough of Rouseville, Oil Creek State Park