Located near the western side of the Allegheny National Forest, Titusville is a city rich with history involving the discovery of oil and heavy industrial development. Being situated near large forest acreage, sweeping valleys and plateau tops that are nearly 2,300 feet, scenic overlooks, waterfalls, and roadways are ample around Titusville.
City of Titusville:
When petroleum was discovered in the region, Titusville quickly grew to over 10,000 residents. To commemorate the significance of oil in the city’s history, there is the Drake Well Museum and Park, which contains oil industry artifacts and equipment to view. To the south of Titusville, the Oil Creek State Park contains campgrounds, trails and additional oil industry artifacts. Lastly, the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad carries tourists southward to Oil City, giving a nice tour through its 13.5-mile track.