275 Chestnut St. Meadville , PA
The Academy Theatre has been entertaining area citizens since 1885. Performances include various musicals and plays, classical music concerts, ethnic dance and concerts, as well as a variety of area favorites such as youth productions and dinner theatre.
Center St, Conneaut Lake, PA
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.
12005 Conneaut Lake Rd. Conneaut Lake
Founded in February 1982 by Dr. Alan Wolf. The winery produces over 7,000 cases of wine and performs winemaking and distilling operations on location in a distinctive style compatible with the Lake Erie microclimate. Visitors are welcome to sample for free the award winning-wines; tour the bonded cellar and oak barrel room, see the copper still, browse the gift shop, and relax under the picnic pavilion.
910 Market St. Meadville, PA
Built in 1870, The Meadville Market House is Pennsylvania's oldest continuously-run market structure andstill offers fresh local produce, eggs, meat, home-baked goods, specialty and gourmet foods and artisan crafts. Open-air farmers markets are still held every Saturday morning during the growing season.
800 Thurston Rd, Meadville, PA
The main facility houses an ice arena and aquatic center. The ice rink open Sept.-Mar. and indoor pool opens year-round. During the summer, an exciting adventure water playground is open that includes a water slide, Starburst fun center, a water dumping pelican, zero depth entry, water geysers and a wading pool. There are soccer & baseball fields, tennis courts, picnic shelter and skate board park.
400 N Main St, Meadville, PA
Meadville Community Theatre has provided over 40 years of excellent live theater. A comfortable seating capacity of 150 keeps the audience up close and personal to each stage production. There isn't a bad seat in the house. The theater is located on the beautiful Allegheny College Campus in the Oddfellows Buildings.
Experience two great eras in America's development on the Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad. Relive the days of rail travel in an open-air gondola car, or send mail to friends from America's only working railway Post Office car. An exciting 27-mile ride will take you through the "valley that changed the world," where the world's first oil boom created vast fortunes. Take a 2 1/2 hour ride from Titusville to Rynd Farm. We are handicapped accessible! All of our stations have floor-level boarding platforms and wheelchair ramps.
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. Non-powered boats and boats to 10 horsepower are permitted. 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.
A 311 acre recreational park operated by the Crawford Co. Commissioners, the park serves visitors for camping, boating, swimming, hiking, and picnicking. The Park avails itself of 111 paved campsites, 75 of which are equipped with electric hook ups. A picnic table is provided for each campsite and charcoal grills are placed throughout the area. The Park maintains three comfort stations with showers for campers’ convenience. Trout are in Woodcock Creek, while muskie, walleye, and bass await the angler in the Lake.