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Warren County Communities

Each community in Warren County offers its own unique flavor, complementing the county as a whole.

We invite you to explore and enjoy!

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Known as an "outdoorsman's paradise," Tidioute hosts the annual PA State Championship Fishing Tournament and is home to the 2nd oil well ever drilled in the world and the world's 1st free-flowing oil well. The early wealth is reflected in the stately Victorian homes that line the historic streets along the river.

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Noted as “The Biggest Little Town on the Map,” Youngsville is quintessential small-town America, with a winery, restaurants, and Island Park. Nearby Pittsfield has additional restaurants and continues along the Brokenstraw Creek.


Sheffield is located in the heart of the Allegheny National Forest with a Main Street lined with an antique store, restaurants, and a large park. Neighboring Clarendon is home to Chapman State Park.

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The rolling hills of Scandia are home to a one-room schoolhouse, museums, community store, campgrounds, and Webb's Ferry.

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The Amish communities in Warren County are the perfect example of a beautifully simple life. In addition to the quaint, picturesque aspect, the Amish are known for providing a variety of goods and services.

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The Sweetest Town on Earth's charming buildings and Amish buggies complement the restaurants and shops. Sugar Grove was a noted stop on the Underground Railroad.

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The City of Warren's historic district is on the National Register of Historic Places with over 500 contributing buildings. The vibrant downtown is a great place to catch live music and outdoor dining along the Allegheny River. 

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Located on the Conewango Creek, this lovely area boasts two of the county’s finest golf courses, a diner, antique shops, and community park. Lander has rolling hills, Amish farms, and an authentic one-room schoolhouse.

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The little town of Spring Creek has big history as the birthplace of Robert H. Jackson who served on the US Supreme Court. Today, Spring Creek is a quiet creek-side country town popular for hunting and fishing. 

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