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Webbs Ferry: Paved, near New York border in Pennsylvania. From
Warren, PA, take Scandia Road north for approximately 17 miles.
Turn right at sign. End of road is about 6 miles of single lane,
unpaved road.  Fee charged.
Source: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Kinzua Marina (814) 726-0661 (No horsepower limit) About 10 miles
east of Warren, Pennsylvania on Route 59.
Onoville Marina: Paved. From Warren, PA, take Scandia Road north
for approximately 22 miles. Marina entrance is on right. Fee charged.
Kinzua Dam at Big Bend Paved. Suitable mostly for canoes and
smaller boats. Just downstream of Kinzua Dam on the Allegheny
River.
Elijah Run: Paved. From Kinzua Dam take PA Route 59 east to
intersection of Allegheny National Forest Route 262 (Longhouse
Drive). Turn right onto Longhouse Drive and proceed for 4 miles to
launch area. Distance from Kinzua Dam is approximately 7 miles.
Fee charged.
Friends (Quaker Area): Gravel entrance road with paved ramp.
Located just off N.Y. Route 280 about 7 miles north of the PA state
line. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Fee charged.
Highbanks Campground: Paved. From Warren, PA, take Scandia
Road north for approximately 25 miles. Campground is on the right.
Follow signs to the launch area. Fee charged.
Kiasutha Campground: Paved. From Kinzua Dam take Route 59 east
to the intersection of Allegheny National Forest Route 262
(Longhouse Drive). Turn right onto Longhouse Drive and proceed for
9 miles to campground entrance. Follow signs to launch area.
Distance from Kinzua Dam is approximately 12 miles. Fee charged.
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Kinzua Marina, Route 59, Warren County. The
uncrowded boat ramp here is one of  the more
popular points of disembarking for boating enthusiasts
with plenty of parking for boat trailers. The full service
marina features fuel, a restaurant, store, showers, and
rentals for several sizes of  boats and kayaks.
Kinzua Lake boating   
boat launches
87 miles of wild and scenic river and 100 miles of lake
shoreline between the cities of
Warren, PA in the south
and
Salamanca, NY in the north. It is protected by the
Allegheny National Recreation Area, the Allegheny
National Forest, and the Seneca Nation of Indians.
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Kinzua Marina on Kinzua Lake
Webbs Ferry in the Allegheny National Recreation Area
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