Kinzua Bridge State Park is a popular location to view fall foliage. Peak viewing times are the first two weeks of October. The viewing platform is handicap accessible.
Kinzua Creek is a cold water fishery, stocked periodically by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission regulations are in effect for all activities in the park.
A 150-person capacity primitive tenting area is available from April through October for qualified organized groups. Reservations are required in the tenting area.
Sadly, the formidable Kinzua Bridge toppled during a violent thunderstorm on July 21, 2003. When this viaduct was built in 1881, it was the world's highest and longest railroad bridge at 301 feet tall, and 2,053 feet long. At the time of its collapse, it was the fourth tallest railroad bridge in the nation.
State Rte. 3011
P.O. Box 371
Mount Jewett, PA 16740
Handicap Access? Y