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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Things To Do In The Allegheny National Forest Region

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Dirt bikes and ATVs are among the vehicles you can ride on Majestic Kamp and Lost Trails in Rew, Pa., a perfect place to take the kids for that end of summer trip.
Celebrate the Last Days of Summer Fun in the Allegheny National Forest

Sandra Rhodes

Visitor & Member Services

Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau

BRADFORD, Pa. - There are still a couple more weeks of summer and the Allegheny National Forest region – located just 90 miles south of Buffalo, N.Y., is the perfect place to spend them.

For mountain bikers, Willow Creek Trail, located along Route 346 west of Bradford, offers 10 miles of more difficult terrain for the experienced enthusiast. Indian Pipe Trail, with access just south of the Allegany State Park in New York State, is a 7.4-mile trail that crosses 4,000 acres of Allegheny Northern Hardwood forest, and the nearby Marilla Springs Trail is a 3.6-mile trail that features progressive changes in direction and elevation.

Families looking for a last minute getaway, Mystic Waters Resort in Limestone, N.Y., offers fun for the entire family as well as a place to rest their head at night. Log cabins are situated on a private 20-acre lake and provide the comforts of home, including a fully equipped kitchen and bath, two bedrooms, a living room and a private porch.

There is a championship 18-hole miniature golf course for the youngsters to learn the links as well as a driving range for the adults to practice their tee shots over the lake. Mystic Waters is equipped to handle large groups, too, so it’s perfect for a family reunion or a get-together with friends. There’s a large pavilion and an athletic field.
For more information on Mystic Waters, log onto www.mysticwaterresort.com or call 716-925-8553.

If the golf at Mystic Waters doesn’t fit you to a “T” you can hit the ATV trails. Located about 20 minutes from Mystic Waters, east of Bradford at the edge of the Allegheny National Forest, is Majestic Kamp & Lost Trails along Route 46 in Rew, Pa.

Recently featured on Fisher’s ATV world on the Outdoor Channel, this ATV trail system is situated on more than 940 acres of forest lands in the Allegheny Plateau. There are two loops totaling over 41 miles over mountainous terrain that provides a challenging ride for even the most experienced ATVer. There are even Peewee trails for children to learn at their own pace. Primitive overnight camping is available on site or reserve a room at one of the nearby hotels that offer ATV group rates and free trailer parking.

More information on Majestic Kamp and Lost Trails can be found on its website – www.majestictrails.com – or call 814-465-9979.

For those that would like to rent an ATV, Allegheny Recreation Rentals, located at 217 West Washington Street in Bradford, can deliver the ATV to Majestic Trails for your use with advance reservation. To reserve an ATV, call 814-464-7044, or click on the website www.rentrecreation.com for additional information.

For detailed information on the entire region click on visitANF.com, to request a free Travel Guide and Map, contact the Allegheny National Visitors Bureau at info@visitanf.com or 800-473-9370.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Great photo; who took it?

Solomon's words for the wise said...

The photo was provided by Alegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau. They did not identify the photographer.