Welcome to Sheffield/Clarendon
Hike, fish, or spend the day at Chapman State Park, just a 15 minute drive from Sheffield! There is plenty to do and Sheffield locals love to put on events!
Every year the Johnny Appleseed Festival and the Fireman’s Festival are hosted in Sheffield. These can’t miss festivals are fun for the whole family!
People flock from far and wide to visit Sheffield during the Johnny Appleseed Festival. This event takes place every October. Enjoy food vendors, crafters, a corn-hole tournament, lumberjacks, musical performances and more!
Every year the Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department hosts the Fireman’s Festival. There’s a carnival, a parade, and even fireworks!
The Sheffield area is rich in history. Between 1825 and 1865, pioneers carved a way of life out of the wilderness where the Seneca Nation of Indians once lived. In 1832 the first railroad connected the Allegheny and Clarion Rivers. The tannery industry revolutionized the lumber industry and made Sheffield the last great lumber town in Pennsylvania.
With plenty of things to do and a deep historical past, Sheffield is the perfect place to visit and spend a day or two. These locals sure know how to have fun, so join them and make some memories!