Venango County's Freedom Falls in Pennsylvania

Venango County's Freedom Falls in Pennsylvania

Venango County's Freedom Falls in Pennsylvania

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Exploring Freedom FallsPhiladelphia, PA - For a scenic waterfall, explore Freedom Falls in Venango County, Pennsylvania.  This waterfall is accessible by bicycle or rough road and is a great place for a hike. It's located near an old iron furnace and a mile-long railroad tunnel and is part of the Allegheny River Trail. The waterfall is more than 20 feet high and 50 feet wide, and it's located within state-owned game lands. It is easily accessible by foot or bike, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes.


Exploring Freedom Falls in Venango County, Pennsylvania

You can visit Freedom Falls while hiking nearby Rockland Tunnel and Rockland Furnace.  While you're there, you may also want to visit the ruins of the Rockland Furnace, which are located 100 yards downstream from Freedom Falls. You'll find these ruins on the National Register of Historic Places, and you can walk to the top of the rock face and take in the view from the vantage point.



If you're interested in history, the waterfall is a great way to spend an afternoon, especially if you're an amateur photographer. The waterfall is beautiful year-round and often draws photographers. In addition to its waterfall views, Freedom Falls is also home to the Rockland Furnace, an ancient iron furnace relic. Located at 41deg 14' 39" N and 79deg 44' 48.5" W, it is a unique and fascinating place to visit.


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