To Do

Brockway Area FFA Farmers' Market
Brockway Area FFA Farmers' Market

Between July and September, Brockway's St. Tobias church parking lot comes alive with farmers and procurers offering fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, homemade treats and locally made wares.  Hours are from 9:00am-11:30am; rain or shine.  The Market is sponsored by Brockway's Future Farmers of America students.  

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The Chris Moose Store

Antique store owners, Chris and Sam breathed new life and charm into what was once a neighborhood grocery store with their large array of vintage and antique collectibles, as well as modern treasures.  Known for their keen eye for decorating and appreciation of all things unique – Chris Moose has 3 full rooms of excellent quality finds.

Address:  1512 Main Street, Brockway (2 blocks from Mansion)

Open:  SATURDAYS 8am-5pm.  Or by appointment.  

The Brockway Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration
Brockway's Old Fashioned Fourth of July

Brockway has long been touted for its annual Old Fashioned 4th of July celebration when family and friends gather to reconnect and celebrate patriotism.  

Throughout the day trolleys transport visitors around town to enjoy and participate in activities that include: the Fire Cracker 10K race, Star Spangled bicycle race, basketball tournament, fishing contest, car show, magic shows, live music, children’s games, craft show, extravagant fireworks and much more.  From dawn to dusk food vendors are available with delicious food and snacks.   

We invite you to visit for an extended vacation and enjoy the week-long activities surrounding Brockway’s Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration.  

Clarion-Little Toby - Rails to Trails
The Clarion-Little Toby - Rails to Trails

A scenic 18 mile trail from Brockway to Ridgway used by hikers, cyclists and cross-country skiers.  The scenic trail meanders along the Little Toby Creek and Clarion River.  A trail head is located in Brockway. Address: 7th Avenue, Brockway, PA  15824.

Brockway Center
Brockway Center for Arts and Technology

BCAT features pottery, ceramic stoneware art, metal art jewelry and more designed and crafted by artists around the country.   Or unleash your creativity and enroll in an Art after Dark course. Address: Parkside Complex, 1200 Wood Street, Brockway, PA 15824.

(814) 265-1111
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Five Bridges Trail - Rails to Trails

The Five Bridges Trail in northwestern Pennsylvania is a scenic 8.5 mile trail perfect for mountain biking and walking.  Begin at the western end of the trail in Allens Mills (parking is available). The rail-trail traverses a scenic wetlands area where beavers and blue herons can be spotted, then cuts through shale hillsides as it heads east, ending just outside of Brockway.

Brockway Area Historical Society and Taylor Memorial Museum
Brockway Area Historical Society and Taylor Memorial Museum

The Taylor Memorial Museum houses a vast display of glass from local industry, plus many interesting artifacts from the lumbering, mining, and farming communities in the surrounding area. A separate genealogical research area is also available for family research.  Within walking distance from the Mansion and admission is FREE.

Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 1-5. Groups by appointment. Call ahead or email for holiday and extended hours.


Hazen Flea Market
Hazen Flea Market

A short car ride from Brockway, PA the Hazen Flea Market (located in Warsaw Township) has been in business for over 40 years.  Open Saturdays and Sundays, May – October.  

The outdoor flea market boasts over 700 vendors across a wide range of categories including vintage goods, antiques, clothing, crafts, food and more.  

Elk Viewing Area
Pennsylvania's Wild Elk Herd

Enjoy PA’s most popular elk-viewing site.  Winslow Hill provides 2 viewing areas with off-road parking.  Or venture along one of the many trails and dirt roads and explore for yourself as you listen for the famous bugling of the male elk as they are in rut, August – October. Address: Winslow Hill Road, Benezette, PA 15821.

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Cook Forest State Park

Cook Forest State Park is an 8,500-acre state park in scenic northwestern Pennsylvania.  The park is a heavily wooded area of rolling hills and mountains along the Clarion River.  Popular for hiking, canoeing, rafting and horseback riding.   

Winkler Gallery
Winkler Gallery and Art Education Center

Enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, the Winkler Gallery is a cooperative that provides spaces for artists around the region to work, learn, teach, exhibit and sell their master pieces. Address: 36 North Brady Street (2nd Floor), DuBois, PA 15801.

(814) 375-5834
Owens Brockway Golf Course
Brockway Golf Course & Restaurant

Well-groomed, 9 hole public golf course. Address: 194 County Line Road, Brockport, PA 15823.

(814) 268-4325
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Punxsutawney: Weather Capital of the World

Home of Punxsutawney Phil and known as "Weather Capital of the World", Punxsutawney is a great place to visit year-round. Explore and enjoy the Weather Discovery Center, Gobbler’s Knob, Phil’s Burrow, Groundhog Club Headquarters, so much more

Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous
Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous

Ridgway’s annual Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous is held on Main Street in historic downtown Ridgway, Pennsylvania and features carvers from around the globe.  

What began as a small event to showcase the art of carving designs and figures into wood with chainsaws has grown to nearly 20,000 spectators annually.  Visitors have an opportunity to meet and talk with carvers, participate in how-to demonstrations, purchase pieces, and enjoy entertainment.  

Scottish Heights Golf Club
Scottish Heights Golf Club & Bagpiper's Restaurant

Not far from Brockway, Scottish Heights Golf Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level.  Outdoor and indoor dining offering delicious food. Address: 287 Scottish Heights Drive, Brockport, PA 15823.

(814) 265-4653
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Scripture Rocks Heritage Park

Hidden in the woods surrounding the town of Brookville are hundreds of engraved rocks containing scripture verses carved over 100 years ago by Douglas Stahlman. The rocks inspire explorers to spend time in prayer and meditation and offer insight into Stahlman and his engraved stones.    

The park is located on Rt 28, 1/8 mile south of I-80 exit 81 at 560, PA 28, Brookville, PA.  Free public access site, open from dawn to dusk.