Canoe and Kayak Rentals:
Miles of the Allegheny River and many streams flow through Warren County, where you'll find pike, muskie, native brooke trout, wild brouwn trout, rainbow trout, just to name a few! Tidioute is home to one of the best boat launches is the County. Complete with a dock, sheltered and unsheltered picnic areas, playground, and flushable restroom facilities.
We are also home to the annual Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament held every September during our regions spectacular Fall foilage. So if fishing is a favorite past time of yours or if you'd just like to get back to nature, come to Tidioute and visit the Allegheny Region for some of the best fishing in the state.
Senic Views from Tidioute Overlook
Tidioute Overlook is located just a half mile outside of town on Route 337. With two lookouts offering beautiful views, one of the river and the other of the Town of Tidioute! Our overlook offers the complete package with parking, picnic areas with tables and grills, and restroom facilities all available. This is one stop you don't want to miss!
ATV/trail bike permit Applications can be obtained at any ANF office or by going to: http://www.fs.usda.gov/main/allegheny/passes-permits.
For more information about recreational activities on the Allegheny National Forest:
Allegheny National Forest website: http://www.fs.fed.us/
Forest Service Ruth Sutton, Public Affairs Officer
Allegheny National Forest Phone: 814-728-6100
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Warren, PA 16365
2019 Fishing Season
Warren, Pa. (April 3, 2019) — Statewide trout fishing season opens April 13, this includes the Allegheny National Forest (ANF).
Here are some friendly reminders to ensure every visitor enjoys the Forest, recreates by the rules, and has an enjoyable fishing season.
The USDA Forest Service would like to remind anglers that all rules, regulations, stocking schedules and fishing guidelines can be found on the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commissions website at www.fishandboat.com.
Camping and Fishing
Anglers, campers and visitors are reminded that, with exception to fee based campground campsites, reserving dispersed or primitive campsites along the rivers and/or waterways is strictly prohibited.
Visitors and campers must occupy their campsite the evening of establishing it and every 24-hours thereafter, unless a special use permit has been granted.
Anglers, campers and visitors are reminded that camping along the Clarion River and Millstone Roads is limited to designated sites only.
All visitors are responsible for removing all of the trash they brought with them and/or created while recreating on the Forest.
The Forest Service will be monitoring for such activities. Those found in violation of these rules can be subject to criminal charges.
Cold Water Lifejackets Rule
All persons are required by law to wear a Coast Guard approved personal flotation device (PFD or life jacket) during the cold weather months from November 1 through April 30 while underway or at anchor on boats less than 16 feet in length or any canoe or kayak.
The Allegheny (Kinzua) Reservoir (In accordance with Forest Supervisor Order 17-009)
Camping is prohibited on the shores and within 1500 feet inland from the tee line around the Allegheny Reservoir.
Camping is prohibited within 1500 feet on either side of the center line of the Allegheny Scenic Drive (includes Longhouse Scenic Drive and portions of State Routes 59, 346, and 321) and the main access roads into Jakes Rocks and Rimrock Recreation Area.
It is prohibited to go into or be upon the shoreline and area near the River-Corydon Cemetery, Elk Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania for the protection of objects and area of historical interest.
If you have any questions about recreation activities and locations on the Allegheny National Forest please call our District Ranger Offices at (Bradford) (814) 362-4613 and (Marienville) (814) 927-6628.
READY FOR A WINTER ADVENTURE?
Take a snowmobile ride! Trails are open December 16th, 2016.
The Allegheny National Forest has about 365 miles of snowmobile trails in interconnected loops. Only a limited number of trails will be groomed by the Forest Service and local snowmobile clubs. Grooming will begin when the ground becomes frozen and more snow is received.
Information on snowmobile trail conditions and the grooming schedule can be found on the Snowmobile Trail Condition Report, which is updated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The first report will be posted on December 16 and can be found by either:
Click the link below, and watch the video for more information on Winter fun in Tidioute and Warren County.
Vist the Warren County Visitors Bureau at http://www.wcvb.net/index.htm
Click here to view the 2020 Consumer Confidence Report
(Annual Water Report)
Need to locate contact information? Find the right person to talk to in the local Borough offices of Tidioute now.
129 Main St
Tidioute, PA 16351
Phone: (814) 484-7424
Fax: (814) 484-7412
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