Cook Forest
Vacation Bureau

P.O. Box 50
Cooksburg, PA. 16217
(412) 353-9620
[email protected]

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Cook Forest & Clear Creek Travel Guide

Hot off the local printer’s press is our latest travel guide, chocked full of information about Cook Forest State Park and Clear Creek State Park. Our Cook Forest travel guide includes Cook Forest businesses, maps, events, news, activities and much more!

This year’s membership drive was one of our most successful and we’re proud to include many new Cook Forest & Clear Creek businesses in our brochure and our online Cook Forest Business Directory. The official Cook Forest business directory includes Cook Forest Things-To-Do, Cook Forest Places-to-Eat, Cook Forest Places-to-Stay, Cook Forest Places-to-Shop and many other Cook Forest & Clear Creek attractions.  

Our Cook Forest & Clear Creek Travel Guide is widely distributed at outdoor shows in both Pennsylvania (including Pittsburgh) and Ohio as well as at rest stops, visitor & tourism centers, chambers of commerce and in Cook Forest & Clear Creek businesses.

Interested in becoming a Cook Forest Vacation Bureau member and taking advantage of this advertising opportunity? Visit our membership page or contact us for more details! The Cook Forest Vacation Bureau is Cook Forest & Clear Creek’s Official Tourism & Travel Guide.

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Upcoming Events

Oct
1
Sun
9:00 am Nominate a “Walk in Penn’s Woods” @ Cook Forest State Park
Nominate a “Walk in Penn’s Woods” @ Cook Forest State Park
Oct 1 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Join Dave Cole, DCNR service forester, and Stacy Wolbert, PGC wildlife diversity biologist, for a hike in the woods. We will meet at the Log Cabin Environmental Learning Classroom and hike the Liggett Trail & Toms Run Road. This flat trail starts at Forest Road across from the Log Cabin Inn Environmental Learning Center, travels[...]
Oct
7
Sat
1:00 pm Acorn History, Harvesting, and P... @ Cook Forest State Park
Acorn History, Harvesting, and P... @ Cook Forest State Park
Oct 7 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Throughout history, acorns have been consumed by humans living on at least four different continents. Once considered the “staff of life” in indigenous cultures, the acorn is generally considered inedible in its raw form, though with proper processing, its gifts are made manifest. This typically involves some variation of drying, shelling, grinding, leaching, and cooking.[...]
Oct
9
Mon
all-day Columbus Day (regional holiday)
Columbus Day (regional holiday)
Oct 9 all-day
Public holiday in: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Northern Mariana Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia
Oct
14
Sat
1:00 pm Fire Tower Historical Tour @ Cook Forest State Park
Fire Tower Historical Tour @ Cook Forest State Park
Oct 14 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Please bring your binoculars to the Fire Tower for an historical tour of Fire Tower #9 conducted by park volunteers, Kelley & Al Bilotto. Take a breathtaking view from the box at the very top of the Fire Tower and learn how it operated. The tower will be open from 100-300pm.
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