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204 Lahonic Drive, Ford City, PA 16226

Kayak rentals/Tube & paddle board rentals on Crooked Creek & the Allegheny River.  Guided bike excursions on the Armstrong, Redbank Valley & Butler Freeport trails.

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538 Troy Hill Rd, Kittanning, PA 16201, USA

Bench Racers is a GULF gas station convenience store. We have quality fuel at competitive prices. Plus we offer a variety of fresh homemade food, baked goods, and hot daily specials to meet our customers’ needs! Don’t race by, cruise in, for our quality fuel & food!

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P.O. Box 777 Kittanning, PA 16201

Armstrong Trails is a non-motorized, 36-mile rail trail located along the eastern bank of the Allegheny River in Armstrong and Clarion counties.

120 S Grant Ave, Kittanning, PA 16201

The local governmental agency that will that will, in cooperation with public and private partners, promote stewardship of our natural resources.

The only full-service marina in Armstrong County. Store, shop, docks, gas, and ice.

415 Butler Rd, Kittanning, PA

The Belmont Complex arena is available April through August for event hosting, expo shows, etc. We also have a state of the art banquet/conference room available with wireless internet & microphone capabilities for up to 200 people.  The Belmont Complex ice season – amatuer and high school hockey, tournaments, and learn-to-skate programs – operates September through April. The Belmont also hosts dry floor events such as youth camps, yard sales, and concerts from May through July inside the arena.  We have a large, Olympic-size swimming pool with beach entry, a water fountain, a waterslide, low dive, playground, pavilions, and locker rooms. The pool season is June through August.

1028 Terrace Ave, Ford City, PA
724-664-0216724-664-0216

Arrowhead Chapter 214 of Trout Unlimited is a cold water conservation and education organization.

467 Crooked Creek Dam Rd, Ford City, PA

Fort Armstrong Horseman’s Association provides education and eventing facilities to the equine community as well as other charitable organizations at the Crooked Creek Horse Park located in Manor Twp. The park,which includes a barn museum, camping, bath facilities, arenas, and riding trails, is 97.5 acres dedicated to equestrian activities.

3158 River Rd, Leechburg, PA

The River’s Edge is located just outside of Leechburg, PA along the Kiskiminetas River. We offer canoe, kayak, and tube rentals for great river trips along the scenic rolling hills of Pennsylvania. Visit our store for great choices in kayaks and outfitting gear. One of Western PA’s premier kayak fishing dealers! A full service bait and tackle shop is also available. Come paddle with us.

530 Stone Ave, Templeton, PA
724-868-2607724-868-2607

Camping – Boating – Fishing – Biking – Kayaking – Relaxing – all at a family friendly campground & marina located along the Allegheny River near Templeton. Full hookup RV & primitive tent sites available. Located along the Armstrong Trail, a great hiking and biking trail 30+ miles in length. Canoe & kayak rentals too. Pet friendly.

1140 Ridge Rd, Templeton, PA

Experience Armstrong County’s hidden beauty within two beautiful Mahoning and Scrubgrass Creeks. ATVs, SxSs, dirtbikes – miles of trails will delight anyone’s pleasure. This privately owned park is the largest parcel in the county containing 1242 acres. An outdoor experience awaits, “where memories last a lifetime.” Entry fee required.

Scott’s Scuba Service is a full service scuba diving center in Freeport. We offer scuba lessons from entry level through tec and professional. Our retail shop is the largest around and we service gear in house. Our travel program takes divers everywhere from local adventures to global destinations.

The NCT covers 4,600 miles across 8 states. From McConnells Mill State Park to the trail town of Parker, PA, the NCT in Butler and Armstrong Counties offers a variety of outstanding adventures.

Short on length but long on natural beauty, this is one of the gems of the Trans Allegheny Trail system! It’s also two trails in one. The Roaring Run Trail flows for five miles up the Kiskiminetas River, while the Rock Furnace spur follows Roaring Run for 1.5 miles upstream. Both trails are naturally beautiful with extensive stands of wildflowers, stately hardwoods, and water cascades. Both also are historical: Roaring Run Trail sits along what once was the Main Line Canal and passes several canal traces, while Rock Furnace Trail features a wooden suspension bridge and the stone ruins of an iron furnace from which it got its name. Roaring Run Trail begins at a trailhead at the end of Canal Road and extends for five miles alongside the Kiskiminetas River. The initial three miles have a crushed limestone surface and are fairly level, while the final two miles involve some steep climbs. The final mile to the Edmon trailhead is tar-and-chip. The Rock Furnace spur features a moderate grade over its 1.5 miles and has a tar-and-chip trail surface. More than 15 miles of mountain biking and hiking trails are located on the hillside above the Roaring Run Trail.

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