• A view of the South and North abutments of the South Fork Dam.  The Visitor Center, Unger House, and Spring House are visible in the background.  As is visible, a spur railroad line connects coal trains with the main line of the railroad.

    Johnstown Flood

    National Memorial Pennsylvania

Brochures

Invasive Species Early Detection information on the viburnum leaf beetle and what is being done about it in the park

Invasive Species Early Detection-Plants and Pests information on invasive plants and pests in the Eastern Rivers and Mountains Network

Climate Change information detailing predicted climate change in the Eastern Rivers and Mountains Network

Mourning Customs of the Victorian Era Mourning was a social event in the Victorian era. Learn about it by reading this short article.

Did You Know?

Johnstown Dam

The Dam was originally built by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a reservoir for the canal basin in Johnstown. It took from 1838-1853 to construct and fill, yet the canal system was obsolete by 1854.