Kinzua Bridge State Park, Mount Jewett

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  • Very cool to see in person. The little museum is informative and the gift shop has some locally made stuff. The welcome center was clean and parking was easy. It was free, which is pretty awesome... 
    Very cool to see in person. The little museum is informative and the gift shop has some locally made stuff. The welcome center was clean and parking was easy. It was free, which is pretty awesome...  more »
  • Wow! The bridge is something to behold. The ground was covered with a foot of snow but we hiked down to the bottom. Their museum is top notch and we enjoyed following the train around to learn... 
    Wow! The bridge is something to behold. The ground was covered with a foot of snow but we hiked down to the bottom. Their museum is top notch and we enjoyed following the train around to learn...  more »
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  • This place is incredible and worth the drive. The views are brilliant any time of year. Hiking trails are available, also a viewing deck ( spectacular pictures to be had) Everything is well maintained outside and inside as well. Handicap accessible. This place currently is free of charge to visit. There is a food truck there ( little Sisters Big Rig) they have amazing eats prices are more than fair and portions are generous. There is a pavilion with plenty of seating under it to enjoy those said eats, other picnic tables spread throughout. The playground is a train set up and kids love it. Take your family or friends to visit and make it a tradition.
  • One of the nicest facilities I've been to. Ample parking. COVID regulations made you feel safe. Displays were EXCELLENT! So educational and cleverly put together. Gift shop well done. Short walkway out to bridge is wheelchair/stroller friendly. Outstanding restoration. Easy walk to the end for a great view. Walk across the glass for a thrill. For those more adventurous, hike to bottom for a different perspective. Remember, though you have to hike back up.

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