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Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter - Crawford County has an event for you! Enjoy our annual spring fun days, the Peter Cottontail train ride, Thurston Classic Hot Air Balloon Show, the Pumpkin Fest, and MUCH MORE!

Please see the the sections below for suggestions of what to do throughout Crawford County.


Avalanche Xpress

15630 Middle Rd.
Meadville , PA 16335
Fax: 814-333-2247

Avalanche Xpress Snow Tubing Park in Meadville is the most exciting place to “get air”; it’s the newest, longest and steepest snow tubing park in northwestern Pennsylvania! Their four 7-story, 900 foot tubing runs will take you back to your childhood sledding days! When you’re done, you can take the chill off by relaxing with a hot drink in front of their fireplace or play table and arcade games in the clubhouse. No snow? No problem! Cutting-edge snowmaking machines keep the hill white even if the weather doesn’t.

Barbara J. Cruises, LLC

11599 East First Street
Conneaut Lake , PA 16316

Boat cruises on Conneaut Lake. The largest natural glacier lake in Pennsylvania. This timeless sternwheeler is also available for private parties, reunions, group tours, student field trips and more.

Carried Away Outfitters

4220 E. Lake Rd
Jamestown , PA 16134
Email: jeskayaks@gmail.com

We rent kayaks, canoes, stand up paddle boards, inner tubes and bikes on Shenango River and Pymatuning Lake.

Conneaut Lake Bark Park

12810 Foust Rd.
Conneaut Lake , PA 16316

Facility will include:

Handicap Accessibility,

Off-Leash Areas for large and small breeds,

38 acres of additional acres for usage,

Instruction Area and Educational Programs,

After Dusk Usage,

2 Large Ponds.

IMPORTANT: Please check the Bark Park website for forms to fill out (i.e. veterinarian information)

Conneaut Lake Park

12382 Center St.
Conneaut Lake , PA 16316
Fax: 814-213-0022

Travel back in time to a century old amusement park that will be sure to still show you a fun day. The very feel of the park, indeed even its aroma, hint of a long and steady past there for us to enjoy. Conneaut Lake Park is a salve to nerves stressed to the breaking point - truly a place of relaxation and refreshment.

So, we offer to you now, to take a ride back in time, to remember and to relive, and to make new memories as patrons and lovers of Conneaut Lake Park. Ride a variety of rides, play a round of miniature golf, take the kids for a pony ride, relax on the beach, or stroll down the 600-foot boardwalk. Hold on tight, and enjoy the ride!

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Davenport Fruit Farm

13124 Townline Road
Meadville , PA 16335
Email: jeff.boswell@secowarwick.com

Erie National Wildlife Refuge

11296 Wood Duck Lane
Guys Mills , PA 16327

The Erie National Wildlife Refuge offers 8,777 acres of recreational enjoyment. The diverse habitat types found on Erie Refuge attract over 237 species of birds, 47 species of mammals, and 37 species of amphibians and reptiles. Bird enthusiasts may readily see Canada geese, wood ducks, mallards, blue-winged teal, hooded mergansers, and many others. Come enjoy the visitor center, nature trails, hunting, fishing, and take in nature's beauty!

French Creek Archaeological Society

26499 St Highway 408
Cambridge Springs , PA 16403

French Creek Recreational Trails - Rails to Trails

773 N. Main St.
Meadville , PA 16335
Fax: 814-333-8149

Ernst Bike Trail is a Rails to Trails project, EBT is perfect for biking, walking, running, & inline skating. This former railroad bed runs along French Creek and through marshlands, wildflower meadows and beautiful countryside. The trail can be accessed off of Mercer Pike, Rt. 322 or Krider Road.

Gnu Outdoors

13681 Walker Street
Meadville , PA 16335
Email: info@gnuoutdoors.com

Meadville Area Recreation Complex

800 Thurston Rd.
Meadville , PA 16335

MARC sits on 47 acres. Our main facility houses an ice arena and aquatic center. Ice rink open September-March and Pool open year-round. We have two soccer fields, baseball field, 4 tennis courts, picnic shelter and skate board park.

Port Farms

2055 Stone Quarry Road
Waterford , PA 16,441

A working farm that turns into a Fall Festival filled with attractions for every age. From the 8 acre corn maze, hay wagon rides, slide mountain, pedal carts, apple cannons and so much more!

Pymatuning Adventure Resort

7652 S. Pymatuning Lake Road
Williamsfield , OH 44093

Pymatuning Boat Sales, Inc.

111 Liberty St.
PO Box 296
Jamestown , PA 16134
Email: pbs@pymaboatsales.com

Watercraft dealer specializing in aluminum runabouts and pontoon boats. Full service dealer: boats, motors, trailers, marine accessories, custom canvas, repair services.


Pymatuning Deer Park

804 East Jamestown Road
Jamestown , PA 16134
Email: pymatuningdeerpark@zoominternet.net

Pymatuning Deer Park is a family-owned and operated Animal Park located at the southern-most point of Pymatuning Lake in Jamestown, Pennsylvania. Established in 1953, Pymatuning Deer Park has been a family tradition passed on from generation to generation for over 50 years.

Featuring over 250 animals and birds from around the world, there’s something for everyone at Pymatuning Deer Park! While strolling through the wooded setting under a canopy of trees, visitors encounter both domestic and exotic animals including Siberian Tigers, African Lions, Camels, Black Bears, assorted Primates and of course, several species of deer.

Some animals you pet and some you don’t! The “Kiddie Zoo” welcomes young and old alike to get up-close and personal with featured baby animals and a variety of domestic farm animals. Petting and feeding in the Kiddie Zoo is a highlight for most park visitors – a truly touching experience! Cracker-crunching deer, bucket-pulling primates, and biscuit-begging black bears make for endless feeding adventures throughout the entire park.pony ride

Two other attractions that can’t be missed are the children’s pony rides and a ride on the “Deer Park Express”. Cowboys and cowgirls at heart get a scenic view as they are led pony-back along a wilderness trail. All aboard the Deer Park Express! Entire families love to count how many deer they can spot as they enjoy their ride through the backwoods! Experienced riders know to watch out for the eager emus looking for a handout!

Before leaving, visitors will find a wide selection of souvenirs and gifts in the Deer Park Gift shop. Take something home to remind you of your adventure at the wildest place in town!

Pymatuning Sailing Club

North End of Lake Pymatuning where Phelps Rd hits the water, near Linesville PA

The ideal club for sailing and nature enthusiasts who want access to great sailing at low cost. A volunteer-based club, in beautiful surroundings, we pride ourselves on keeping our focus where it belongs: sailing!

Pymatuning Sportsmen's Club

3642 West Erie Street Extension
Linesville , PA 16424
Email: psc06@zoominternet.net

Pymatuning State Park

2660 Williamsfield Rd.
Jamestown , PA 16134

Pymatuning is one of the largest state parks in the Commonwealth. Pymatuning Lake is especially lovely in late spring evenings when the sunset gilds the water and colorful sailboats appear to slide across a lake of gold.

Non-powered boats and boats to 10 horsepower are permitted. There are three Pennsylvania boat marinas where floatboats, motorboats, rowboats, canoes and motors can be rented.

With 657 campsites in three areas, Pymatuning is one of the largest camping areas in the Commonwealth. 25 modern rental cabins are available for year-round use. Anywhere along the lake, there are beautiful vistas.

Unique sights include the dam and the Linesville "Spillway." The "Spillway" is perhaps one of the best known locations because "the ducks walk on the fishes' backs" to compete for food fed by the visitors. Four bathing beaches are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. In addition, a beach for campers is located in the Jamestown Camping Area. Three of the beaches have bathhouses with sanitary facilities.

In the winter there is ice fishing, ice-skating, sledding, iceboating, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. In addition, Pymatuning hosts the annual Winter Fun Days.

Retreat to nature in Pymatuning State Park!

Robinson's Fishing & Hunting

2629 US Highway 6
Linesville , PA 16424
Email: robinsons@zoominternet.net

Robinson’s is a locally owned and operated fishing and hunting store situated on the very north end of Pymatuning Lake on historical Rt 6.  We opened our doors 9 April, 2014. The first year we had hooks, bobbers, fathead minnows, and night crawlers. We have grown into a full bait and tackle shop as well as a wholesale bait dealer for eastern Ohio, southwestern New York, and western Pennsylvania. Most recently, we agreed to supply a full line of bait to the Gander Outdoor stores opening up in our region.  We also carry a  small supply of hunting necessities.  Marburger teas and milk as well as an assortment of other beverages as well as cooler ice can also be bought here. We are the last bait shop on route 6 in Pennsylvania.  We strive to have the best quality bait and top notch customer service. We are dedicated to encouraging the next generation to get out and enjoy nature. Our motto is:  Take a kid fishing! Have a nice day!

Scattergun Reserve, LLC

20884 Beaver Center Road
Conneautville , PA 16406

We offer upland game bird (Pheasant, Chukar, occasionally Hungarian Partridge and Bobwhite Quail), whitetail deer and turkey hunting.

Spartansburg Community Fair

231 Jefferson Street
Spartansburg , PA 16434

Woodcock Lake and Dam

Saegertown , PA

Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1962, Woodcock Creek Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. the project's purpose is trifold: to reduce downstream flooding as part of the French Creek flood control system, to improve downstream water quality, and to provide a diverse array of general recreation activities.


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Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau

16709 Conneaut Lake Rd.
Meadville PA 16335

P: 814-333-1258 / 800-332-2338
Fax: 814-333-9032
Email: welcome@visitcrawford.org

Summer Hours:

M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm

Winter Hours:

M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm