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|Washington Park in Warren, Pennsylvania
|View from Washington Park in City of Warren, PA
|State Fishing Tournament Winterfest
County Fair Fall Foliage Canoe
Excursions Wild Animals
Canoe Racing Johnny Appleseed Festival
Folk Art Festival
Nearby Year-Round attractions:
Seneca Casino Struthers Theatre Kinzua
Zippo Lighter Museum Victorian Warren
Allegany State Park Chapman State Park
National Scenic Drive Kinzua Dam
National Fish Hatchery
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Far away from interstate highways and air traffic, this city of 9,700 retains a home town charm as a dividend of its seclusion.
Click on the photos on this website to see a few of the nearly 600 historic buildings and locations here and in our river island
wilderness. Read more about Washington Park here.
Established in 1795 this is one of the finest surviving Victorian communities in America. At one time there were more millionaires
per capita here than anywhere else in the state.
In the middle of the Wild and Scenic Allegheny River, Warren was once home to more than a dozen oil refineries. Today, only United
Refining remains as seen at the white storage tanks in the middle of this photo.
Founded in 1902 right at the end of the Victorian Period (1837-1901), it is one of the oldest refineries in the nation and was one of
the first U.S. businesses to achieve 100 percent energy independence. It buys only North American crude oil.
Warren County is currently undergoing intense development of its natural gas, timber and oil resources , while maintaining its
attraction as one of the state's most popular places to go camping and canoeing.
Six miles away from Warren, construction of the Kinzua Dam a half-century ago stopped the yearly flooding and created one of the
nation's best flat-water canoeing rivers and the best fishing in the state. (Continued on next page.)