Things To Do

Check out the Great Events/Things to Do in the park.

Park Visitor Center
View two floors of exhibits and the park's film "Black Friday." Film is shown at 15 minutes past the hour (9:15, 10:15, 11:15, 12:15, 1:15, 2:15, 3:15, 4:15).

Historic Clubhouse
At this time, access to the Clubhouse will be on one of the Park Ranger-led van tour options only.

Trails and Hikes
Remains of the dam are preserved within the park and are short walks from convenient parking spots.

Journey Around Lake Conemaugh Van Tour:
Journey Around Lake Conemaugh Van Tours are over for 2015. Please check back in early spring 2016 for next years van tour schedule.
Due to the length of this tour, it is not recommended for children aged seven (7) years and under. Please be advised that because we cannot ensure that car seats are properly and safely installed on the vans and/or the bus, we cannot accommodate them on van tours. If a child arrived to the park in a car seat, they must always be in a car seat. No allowances will be made for "holding" children while on a van tour. Thank you for your understanding.

The following events require reservations, which may be made by calling the park Visitor Center at (814) 495-4643. Reservations will only be taken over the telephone.

Path of the Flood Van Tour:
Path of the Flood Van Tours are over for 2015. Please check back in early spring 2016 for next years van tour schedule.
Due to the length of this tour, it is not recommended for children aged seven (7) years and under.
Please be advised that because we cannot ensure that car seats are properly and safely installed on the vans and/or the bus, we cannot accomodate them on van tours. If a child arrived to the park in a car seat, they must always be in a car seat. No allowances will be made for "holding" children while on a van tour. Thank you for your understanding.

Path of the Flood Hikes:
Path of the Flood Hikes are over for 2015. Please check back in spring 2016 for next years hike schedule.

Related Places in the Area you don't want to miss:

Greater Johnstown/Cambria County Convention & Visitor Bureau

Johnstown Flood Museum

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