Northwestern Pennsylvania offers some of the most breathtaking views and gorgeous scenery. The town of Warren is just on the northwestern fringe of Allegheny National Forest, the only national forest in Pennsylvania. With over 500,000 acres of forest containing valleys and plateau tops that range up to 2,300 feet, there are plenty of scenic overlooks, waterfalls, and roadways to travel to.
Town of Warren
If you are looking to make a trip into the forest, whether for camping or sightseeing, you will want to fuel up somewhere in Warren first. There are also many interesting places in town that can be visited, especially with historic Victorian Homes built in the mid-1800s when oil was first discovered in the area. The Warren Historic District also contains over 580 designated buildings that feature diverse architectural styles including Greek Revival and Italianate. Notable buildings are the National City Bank Building, First Presbyterian Church, a bronze statue of General Joseph Warren, Warren Armory, and Struthers Library Building.