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Winterfest in Marienville

Marienville is the snowmobile capital of Pennsylvania and there is no better way to experience that than by attending the annual Marienville Winterfest on January 25, 2020.  You can experience the best of a Pennsylvania winter in some of the state’s most beautiful country.  Break the monotony and enjoy quality time with family and community. There is plenty of excitement and activities at Winterfest.  Snowmobiles will be treading trails all weekend so bring yours along and enjoy!  You may like the ice skating rink and a sled riding hill that is perfect for sleds or tubes.  Please bring your own equipment. During the festivities, there is even a dance demonstration.  The local Cub Scouts sponsor activities for kids.  In the evening, there is a snowmobile [...]

By |2020-01-10T14:52:00-05:00January 10th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments


RESTAURANTS IN THE COOK FOREST AREA Restaurants that are really close to our cabins and that we patronize quite often are (listed in order of closeness to our cabins): Trail’s End Restaurant – right across Fulmer Road from our cabins. There are several items that we just love on their menu. One is their homemade soups fresh from their kitchen. Another is the sandwich called the “Griller.” It is a hoagie and is to die for! It is what you would call an Italian Hoagie and comes to you hot off their grills. My husband and I especially love their steaks and grilled chicken breast meals. Lots to choose from on Trail’s End menu. You cannot go wrong when dining [...]

By |2019-10-24T15:30:40-04:00October 24th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments


DID YOU KNOW?? Pennsylvania has a longer and more variety in its fall season than any other state in the nation -- or anywhere in the world, according to PA DCNR (Department of Conservation and Natural Resources). The Clarion River in Cook Forest: Only three regions of the world support deciduous forests that display fall autumn color: Eastern North America The British Isles and parts of northwestern Europe Northeastern China and northern Japan Forests in other regions are either tropical or dominated by conifers. Pennsylvania’s location between 40° and 42° North latitude and its varied topography supports 134 species of trees plus many shrubs and vines that contribute to the display of autumn color. Some of Cook Forest forestry in [...]

By |2019-09-20T16:59:55-04:00September 20th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments