Routes: 6, 18, 618 and 285, Crawford County
At the western gateway to Route 6, just outside of Linesville, there's an area almost entirely untouched by man, allowing the beauty of nature to stand out.
Follow Route 6 east to catch a view of Pymatuning Lake. Pymatuning is Pennsylvania's largest man-made lake and includes Pymatuning State Park and the famous (and unusual) Pymatuning Spillway, "where the ducks walk on the fish." Linesville also features gift shops, including Treasured Gifts, the Linesville Museum and the haunted Knickerbocker Inn.
Stay on Route 6 East until you come to Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania's largest natural glacial lake. The resort town of Conneaut Lake is home to Conneaut Lake Park, a 120-year-old amuseument park with the Blue Streak wooden roller coaster, lakefront hotel and club for nightlife. There is much to see and do here. Fishing, of course, takes the bait. Conneaut Lake holds two state fishing records. The area is also home to Ice House Park, paddleboat rides, farmers markets, gift shops for collectibles and lakefront restaurants.
Since 1892, Conneaut Lake Park has overlooked the largest natural glacier lake in Pennsylvania. This fun-filled amusement park allows you to enjoy the pleasure of sand and shore on the beach. The renowned Blue Streak wooden roller coaster ushers in other rides such as the carousel with 1925 Artizan band organ, 1925 Tumble Bug, Devil's Den dark ride, plus a very large ride collection for the little ones in Conneaut's own Kiddieland. Also, Conneaut's boardwalk allows for scenic, quiet... Read More >