Conneaut Lake

Nestled on Pennsylvania's scenic RT. 6, between Pittsburgh and Erie, and only minutes from Ohio, the Conneaut Lake Resort Area surrounds beautiful Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania's largest natural lake. The lake offers fishing, swimming, water skiing (there is no horse power limit), sunbathing or simply relaxing by the water.

Established as a mecca for hunters and fishermen in the 1880's, Conneaut Lake donned its resort area atmosphere with the establishment of Conneaut Lake Exposition Park in 1892.

You owe it to yourself to come on up, over or down to experience our charm, friendliness and fun. Make some more long-lasting Conneaut Lake memories!!


Meadville

Located in northwest Pennsylvania, the City of Meadville is the county seat of Crawford County and is home to more than 13,000 full time residents. Our City houses city, county and state government offices and is an active center for business and industry, education, arts and recreation, service and tourism.


Linesville

Linesville is located in Northwestern Pennsylvania on Historic U.S. Route 6 in western Crawford County. Linesville is approximately 30 miles south of Lake Erie, 80 miles east of Cleveland, and 100 miles north of Pittsburgh.

Home to Pymatuning Lake, the Linesville Fish Hatchery, the Pymatuning Wildlife Learning Center, and the Linesville Spillway - "Where the Ducks Walk on the Fish", Linesville is also widely known for its great hunting and fishing opportunities. Linesville is also home to many restaurants, taverns, shops, churches, and civic buildings.


Greenville

Greenville is a borough in Mercer County, Pennsylvania on the Shenango River, 85 miles north by west of Pittsburgh. It is the seat of Thiel College, opened in 1870. In the past, the manufacturing interests included railroad shops, bridge works, gristmills, a cement-block plant, an automobile factory, foundries and machine shops, saw and planing mills, steelworks, a railroad-car manufacturer and flour mills. Today, Greenville is home to many restaurants, the Greenville Railroad Park and Museum, Pymatuning Deer Park,the Greenville Historical Society, and the Canal Museum.

Jamestown

Titusville is a city in Crawford County, in the Meadville metro area and named for Jonathan Titus, surveyor for the Holland Land Company. Located on Oil Creek, Titusville is the site of the world's first successful oil well, drilled by Col. Edwin L. Drake in 1859. The well brought a boom, with construction of local railroads, pipelines and refineries. The first oil millionaire was Titusville resident Jonathan Watson, owner of the land where Drake's well was drilled. Today, the Drake Well Museum showcases and preserves the history of the Pennsylvania Oil Industry as part of the Oil Heritage Region


Titusville

Titusville is a city in Crawford County, in the Meadville metro area and named for Jonathan Titus, surveyor for the Holland Land Company. Located on Oil Creek, Titusville is the site of the world's first successful oil well, drilled by Col. Edwin L. Drake in 1859. The well brought a boom, with construction of local railroads, pipelines and refineries. The first oil millionaire was Titusville resident Jonathan Watson, owner of the land where Drake's well was drilled. Today, the Drake Well Museum showcases and preserves the history of the Pennsylvania Oil Industry as part of the Oil Heritage Region


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