JEFFERSON/CLARION COUNTY
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Pine Crest Family Fun   One Stop Fun for the whole family.  13425 Route 36 Clarington, PA 15828
Hazen Flea Market, Hazen, Pa    This Flea Market is one of the largest in the area.  Please see schedule on their website.
Brookville Chamber of Commerce
The Open House Shop      Summer Hours  THURSDAY & FRIDAY 12-5  SATURDAY 10-5  SUNDAY 12-5
AND BY APPOINTMENT OR CHANCE  
 We are always open with a phone call, home 814-849-5655 or cell 814-541-1484 1505 Seneca Trail Rd.,
Brookville, PA Route 36 North, about 1.2 miles north of McDonald's
Cooks Forest Calender of Events
Interesting facts about Cook Forest State Park.  Trail Map Click here
Cook Forest State Park encompasses over 7000 acres of vacation wonderland. During the summer season Park Naturalists
conduct free environmental interpretive programs.  The splendor of the Forest Cathedral, a National Natural Landmark is
unsurpassed. The 200 to 350 year old trees in this area measure as much as five feet in diameter and tower almost 200 feet in
the air. The Forest Cathedral is easily reached via Longfellow Trail behind the Log Cabin Visitors Center.  Visitors can enjoy this
ancient forest on nearly 30 miles of hiking trails. Each of the 16 marked trails offers a unique outdoor encounter.   The nationally
designated Wild and Scenic Clarion River winds through Cook Forest. Canoing, tubing and fishing are popular river activities.
Northern pike, small mouth bass, walleye, trout and all species of pan fish are abundant in the river.  Scenic views of the area
abound. Seneca Point Overlook offers a breathtaking view of the Clarion River Valley. The adventuresome can climb 70 feet to
the top of the old #9 Fire tower for an impressive view of the area.   A fishing area designated especially for children and
handicapped visitors is located near the park office.  A one-mile self-guided trail near the Sawmill provides information on the
history of the Civilian Conservation To reach Cook Forest State Park office, please call 814-744-8407 or write PO Box 120
Cooksburg,  PA 16217

Double Diamond Deer Ranch  Come and See all of the beautiful deer that they raise.  Talk to the deer lady and see the new
fawns late spring Thur fall.  Check out this site as they have much more to offer...A inside mini Golf of painted neon.

The Farmers Inn  A great place for the family.  Mini Golf, Petting Zoo, Ice Cream Shoppe, Large Play Area, Gift shop and much
more!  Check out this site  Opens Mother's Day weekend

Quiet Creek Herb Farm   If you enjoy natural living, you'll love Quiet Creek.

Lavender Green Farm     Experience lavender in all of its summer glory.
Join us at Lavender Green for your own firsthand encounter with life on our lavender farm in Knox, Pa. Our farm, purchased in
the civil war era and originally built in 1888, has beautiful spreading acreage and flowering lavender gardens.


BWP Baseball Bat Factory  Visit a baseball bat factory.  Free Factory tours -M-F 8am-4pm Saturday, 10 am - 4. I-80 Exit 86.  
814-849-8584
Carriage House Creations  (Reynoldsville, Pa- At Carriage House Creations, we pride ourselves in providing you with a unique line
of award-winning gourmet jams, jellies, sauces and salsas, as well as gift baskets that are ideal for gift-giving or treating
oneself. Also, look at our recipe folder for great ways to use all of our products and unique holiday recipes.  Unique holiday
recipes include Christmas Carrots, Baked Brie with Cranberry Glaze,  Christmas Chicken, and of course, our famous Cheeseball
with Christmas Spice Jam.  All of our quality products are "home made in small batches".

Peddlers Mall Antiques , Reynoldsville
Clarion Antique Mall, Clarion, PA
Nomadic Trading Company,    Punxsutawney's newest discovery..  LOOKING TO MAKE A TRIP? THE NOMADIC TRADING
COMPANY HAS MANY DIFFERENT VENUES. OUR SECOND FLOOR HOUSES OVER 35,000 SQUARE FEET OF SHOPPING
INCLUDING A LARGE SELECTION OF VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE ITEM AND OUR FIRST FLOOR OPENS AS A LARGE
EVENT CENTER.  The second floor of this late 1800’s old silk mill has been transformed into a 30,000 square foot shopping
experience. Lots of vendors from North Western Pa have come together to bring you a wide range of items which include:
vintage, antique, handmade, and more.  Complete with a food court.  Come and check out their shops which are housed in this old
industrial factory on Walnut Street or check us out on Facebook at the Nomadic Trading Company

Punxsutawney     Punxsutawney is one of the most famous small towns in America thanks to a furry little guy named Punxsutawney
Phil. Every year on Groundhog Day (February 2), thousands of people make the trek to Gobbler's Knob to hear Punxsutawney
Phil's prediction for the length of winter. If he sees his shadow when he emerges from his burrow there will be six more weeks
of winter weather; no shadow foretells an early spring. For more information about the legend of Punxsutawney Phil, visit the
official web site of the Groundhog Club (Phil's caretakers)

Ground Hog Day   Groundhog Day 2014 is expected to be the biggest year yet! Make your plans soon to come and celebrate
Groundhog Day with Punxsutawney Phil. The planning process has begun, get ready for a great year! Groundhog Day 2013 will be
here soon! Phil will leave his burrow at 7:20 February 2nd at Gobblers Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania he will observe the
weather conditions and look for his shadow he will then make his prediction for the remainder of winter. We plan to have many
great events this year to help celebrate Phil’s Prognostication! Plan your trip.

Weather Discovery   Come immerse yourself in the science of weather and the folklore surrounding it!

Chicks from the Sticks    Chicks From The Sticks is your one-stop shop if you’re planning a shabby chic interior design for your
home in Punxsutawney, PA. We have a huge selection of junk, antiques, and handcrafted wares. We also offer the coolest t-shirts
in town. Our store is fun because we offer low prices!

Silverbrook Farms  Silverbrook Farms welcomes the public to browse through 10 rooms of sheepskin and fiber arts products in
a restored 1860 home. Among the rooms are: 4 rooms of yarns , Looms, wheels, knit and crochet,t · Sheepskins whole and
products · Hand knit and woven goods · Fibers, fleeces and rovings 8 miles South of Punxsutawney in Marchand on Rte. 119     
Silverbrook Farms, est. 1981, is home to our sheep - mostly corriedale and crosses, alpacas, llamas, angora goats (mohair), a few
angora rabbits and the plant flax.  Most of the sheepskins and fibers at the shop are from our natural fiber farm.

Smicksburg, PA -   A small Amish Community Tucked away in a secluded section of Southwestern Pennsylvania are the
communities of Smicksburg and Dayton. Though small in size, these towns have much to offer. Beautiful, country scenery, away
from the hustle and bustle of city life, is just one of the attractions.
These two small communities and the surrounding area are home to over 325 Old Order Amish families. These families still enjoy
a life of simple living, shunning modern conveniences.A small Amish Community

Jimmy Stewart Museum     Open 10-5 Mon-Sat and 12-5 Sundays. Adult admission is $7; seniors(62+), military personnel, and
students are $6; children 7-17 are $5; children 6 and under and m
embers are free!
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Web Hosting by Yahoo:  Silverwoods and Wolf Run Manor at Treasure Lake, 1372 Old 255 Rd, Du Bois, PA  15801, ph: 814-375-1800,
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