Home Page Regional Map
No events found.
About Clearfield County
The backwoods. backroads. backwaters. of Clearfield County Pennsylvania has what you are looking for, a place that will take you away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Our backwoods have miles of untapped beauty to explore by car, foot, bike, snowmobile, snowshoes, ATV or any other method you choose. You will never be completely alone during your journey with the host of wildlife, so don’t forget your camera. The backroads will lead you from town to town in search of the right ice cream parlor or quaint recreational park. You might even bump into a PGA rated golf course or two. The West Branch Susquehanna River invites you to bring your canoe or kayak to the backwaters for a weekend of solitude. You’ll definitely want to have your fishing rod along for the ride.
Denny's Beer Barrel Pub, Inc. was founded by Denny and Jean Liegey in September 1977, growing from a small 600 square foot establishment to its current size. They started making giant hamburgers to attract attention to the much larger menu and create a fun atmosphere for all. They are nationally known as the home of the "World's Largest Hamburger Challenges". It started with a 2lb. hamburger challenge with homemade buns baked in a coffee can, and the rest is history. They became famous in 1998 for "The Ye Olde 96er" and have been featured on The Food Network, Travel Channel, Tony Danza Show, Good Morning America, Today Show, David Letterman's Top 10, and Country Fried Home Videos on the Country Music Channel.
The annual Clearfield County Fair is a great place for family and friends to gather and see top billboard artists four nights a week ranging from oldies to country to pop/rock. The Clearfield Fair is one of 15 fairs that still feature harness racing. Also livestock, agriculture and grange exhibits, photograph and art exhibits, fireman’s parade and fireworks display plus large variety of rides and vendors.
Near the town of Grampian is a "Rock City" known as Bilger's Rocks with 300 million-year-old massive rock formations covering 20-acres. The house-sized boulders, winding paths and alluring caves invite you to explore the area.