DCNR Calendar of Events

Kinzua Bridge State Park

The 339-acre Kinzua Bridge State Park offers visitors a chance to walk the Kinzua Bridge skywalk. Located in McKean County, this park is the home of the newly reinvented Kinzua Viaduct. The Viaduct, once known as the longest and tallest railroad structure at 2,053 feet long and 301 feet high, was partially destroyed by a tornado in 2003. In 2011, the engineering masterpiece was reinvented as a new pedestrian walkway where visitors can stroll 600 feet out on the remaining support towers, peer miles out into the Kinzua Gorge as well as peer down into the partial glass platform at the end of the walkway. Picnicking and trail opportunities are available. The new Kinzua State Park Visitor Center and Park Office features great views, exhibits, and information on the surrounding area. The Kinzua Bridge Scenic Byway is a designated shared use hike/bike corridor.

296 Viaduct Road, Kane, PA 16735

Phone

814-778-5467

Hours

Dawn to dusk

Website

dcnr.pa.gov

Region

North

Manager

Alan Johnson

Email

kinzuabridgesp@pa.gov

Upcoming Events

Binoculars for Beginners!

Meet Park Staff near the beginning of the skywalk for this fun outdoor program. Borrow a pair of binoculars and after a short lesson on how to use them, test...

4/27 2pm
Woodcock Walk

On this walk we will look for that intriging bird - the Woodcock! During this time of year, the traditional mating flight might be seen! We will meet in the...

4/27 7pm
Leave No Trace Trail Walk!

Take a walk with our park staff on the General Kane Trail at Kinzua Bridge State Park! Learn the principles of Leave No Trace ethics and put it into practice...

4/28 12pm

Recent Events

Early Rise Walk

3/31/2024

Solar Eclipse Tips

3/30/2024

Solar Eclipse Tips

3/23/2024

Recent Activity

Sarah Dowdall

Sarah Dowdall left a positive review 8/20/2022

My boys loved doing this while we were at the park!

Susan Schenck

Susan Schenck left a positive review 5/3/2021

Great program! I enjoyed how Matt (presenter) took a general topic and tailored it specifically for the Kinzua Bridge area. The inclusion of eBird citizen science data into the presentation was especially interesting, it helped me visualize the effect location has on woodcock arrival times. Will attend more presentations!