Check Out Some of Our Friends!

The Cambria County Conservation & Recreation Authority

Strives to provide the residents of Cambria County sustainable recreational hiking, biking, walking and running trail experiences that connect citizens with the region’s assets to encourage an active, healthy lifestyle.

Dillweed Bed & Breakfast

A bed and breakfast adjacent to the Ghost Town Trail in Dilltown, PA.

Evergreen Conservancy

Mission: “To advance the preservation, protection and stewardship of Natural, Cultural, and Historical Resources in and around Indiana County.”

Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County

The historical and genealogical society seeks to promote a greater appreciation of the Indiana community’s rich heritage and a better understanding of life today.

Indiana County Tourist Bureau

Extensive information about what to see and do in Indiana County.

Path of the Flood Trail (Trail Guide)

The Path of the Flood Trail is combined “shared road” and limestone base off-road trail that traces the path of the infamous Johnstown Flood of May 31, 1889. The trail is operated by the Cambria County conservation & Recreation Authority.

The Fred Rogers Trail

The Fred Rogers Trail is a driving tour of ten sites in the region that highlight the life and legacy of the late Fred Rogers. Stops included on the tour are located in Pittsburgh, Latrobe, and Indiana County’s Buttermilk Falls.

Trail Link

Provides extensive information about rails-to-trails projects throughout the United States. A great resource for discovering new trails.

Trans Allegheny Trails

The Trans Allegheny Trails website is dedicated to providing information regarding all the rail-trails in the Allegheny Mountains of western Pennsylvania. The Ghost Town, Hoodlebug, Blairsville Riverfront, and West Penn Trails are all trails found in Indiana County and are part of the Trans Allegeny Trails system.

Yellow Creek State Park

Located 12 miles east of Indiana off Route 422, this park offers extensive outdoor recreation opportunities.