Making New Connections Between Old Neighbors™ by following the path of the Main Line Canal, the Greenway features historic “hub” communities of Altoona, Johnstown, Blairsville, Freeport, and others and interpretive sites including Hollidaysburg Canal Basin Park, Saltsburg Canal Park, the National Park Services’ Allegheny Portage … read more
Protect, convert and maintain the integrity of abandoned railroad Rights – of – Ways while providing opportunities for recreational activities, present and future transportation uses, and economic stimuli.
Armstrong Rails to Trails Association promotes preservation, protection, maintenance, management and recreational use of the Armstrong Trail, natural resources, and historical significance.
The Butler Freeport Community Trail is a 21 mile scenic rail-trail in Armstrong and Butler counties. It is perfect for hiking, cycling, running, geocaching, birding, and cross country skiing.
Bernard C. Snyder Park and Boat Launch, Canfield-Holmes Sanctuary, Great Shamokin Path, Devils Washbasin Lake, and Cowanshannock Trail, White Lake and wetland.
Keystone Lake, Crooked Creek Lake and Park, Baker Trail, Rosston Boat Launch, Environmental Learning Center, Annual Fish Fry Picnic, Seasonal nature hikes.
The Butler Chapter cares for the Butler County and Armstrong County section of the North Country Trail. The chapter meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in the YMCA Trustees Room in Butler, PA and all are welcome.
This 320-mile corridor is Making New Connections Between Old Neighbors™ by linking heritage sites and hub communities by land and water trails following the path of the 19th century canal system. The Greenway features the West Penn Trail, the Roaring Run Recreation Area, the Kiski-Conemaugh … read more
We are dedicated to the development, protection, and promotion of hiking, biking, and walking trails throughout western Pennsylvania. Armstrong County hosts a portion of the Baker Trail, a 132-mile hiking and backpacking trail which follows forest paths, old jeep trails, and paved roads. Each August, … read more
Owns/maintains the 653 acre Roaring Run Recreation Area. Facilities: Roaring Run and Rock Furnace Trails, Roaring Run trailhead pavilion and picnicking area, handicapped accessible, hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, Kiskiminetas River fishing, canoe/kayak launch. Derwood Beers Park has a pavilion, picnicking, and fishing.