Whether you are interested in riding the rapids on the Stonycreek River or hiking the award-winning Ghost Town Trail, you've come to the destination for outdoor fun! Once you've tackled our outdoor recreation, stick around for our history and hertiage attractions.
While Johnstown is known mostly for it's floods, we have so many other things in the local area of historical significance! For example, did you know that Johnstown was home to Michael Strank? He was one of the men who raised the flag at Iwo Jima!
Cresson House Bed & Breakfast is a classic Colonial home tastefully decorated and nestled in the
Allegheny Mountains of Central Pennsylvania. Just minutes away from I-99,
they feature warm hospitality and amenities such as spacious grounds, central air conditioning,
full complimentary breakfast and five rooms with private baths.
Relax on the wrap-around porch in the country rocking chairs.
Cresson House is ideal for the business traveler as well as visiting family and friends.
The experience begins the moment you walk through the door of Asiago's restaurant. The tasteful Romanesque atmosphere beckons you with warmth, ideal for an intimate dinner, family gathering, business lunch, or special occasion party.
Johnstown's annual Thunder in the Valley motorcycle rally is held the fourth weekend in June.
While the city of Johnstown serves as the hub of the rally, related events take place throughout the entire Johnstown region.
Are you “inclined to cache” or ready to “take a hike?” Visit Johnstown’s GeoTrail will take you on adventures to unique locations throughout Cambria County. “Inclined to Cache” was created to highlight the history of the local community, while “Take A Hike” is a tribute to our local trails. Geocachers who find the designated number of geocaches on each trail will receive a custom Geocoin! Each coin is custom made with a limited quantity available. Images of popular landmarks, such as the Inclined Plane and Eliza Furnace, are depicted on the coins. We hope that the GeoTrails provide you with the ultimate caching experience. Happy caching!
To get your passport, stop in our office at 416 Main St., Suite 100, Johnstown, PA or call our office at 800-237-8590. For any questions, email Nicole Waligora at firstname.lastname@example.org. The link below will help you find additional information about the GeoTrail and the locations of the caches.