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The Old Allegheny Hotel, Warren PA   
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From here you can travel upstream by car on either side of the
WIld and Scenic Allegheny River. Adjacent to this property you
can hook up with
Allegheny Outfitters where you can rent a canoe,
get a ride to the dam and get picked up later at a destination of
your choice.

This pre-Civil War structure is located on Pennsylvania Avenue at
Hemlock Road on Warren's East Side, just about right across the
street from United Refining. This building is now a private club,
featuring riverside dining year-round. You can't miss it as you
enter Warren on the Glade Run Bridge.

The road directly behind the old hotel is Hemlock Road, which
leads to a new easy-access, family
fishing pier right at the
tailwaters of the Kinzua Dam and the
National Fish Hatchery.

The hatchery is open for tours until 3 p.m. most days. The fishing
pier seems to be always open. If you ever wanted to see a very
large dam up close this is the place to do it.
Hemlock Road was only recently paved and there are only about
one-and-a-half lanes for most of it. It hugs the river closely and a
lot of fly fisherman are able to find a nook or cranny to park along it.

Standing close to the building you can just make out the remnants
of the hotel's old name arranged in a horizontal row between the
windows of the first and second floors. You might have to squint
your eyes a little bit to see it.

If you cross the Glade Run Bridge here away from Warren it takes
you to the
Longhouse National Scenic Byway and  Kinzua Dam on
a beautiful drive on Route 59. (Turn left at the blinking light onto
Route 59).

From here, explore the great outdoors at the dam, the
river,  
Kinzua Lake, or into the half-million acre Allegheny National Forest.

If you happen to be interested in eating in a pre-civil war
restaurant, you can contact the Eagles Club FOE #313 at 814
726-1172 and ask about membership.

A tour of  Victorian Warren
starts here.
The former
Allegheny Hotel,
built in 1844
Warren, Pennsylvania