Foxburg is a village in Northwestern Pennsylvania, nestled in the valleys of the Allegheny and Clarion rivers.
The area has a rich history of oil and railroads; today, recreational opportunities abound. Canoes and kayaks traverse the river for about thirty miles from Oil City to Parker. Fishing is excellent. And there’s a bike trail from Emlenton to Titusville. The area is home also to Cook’s Forest and the Oil Heritage Region.
The historic Foxburg Country Club is the oldest golf course in continuous use in the United States. You’ll find several other golf courses nearby also.
Lincoln Hall in Foxburg and the Crawford Center in Emlenton have facilities for concerts, plays and other entertainment. Lincoln Hall is also the home of the Mighty Wurlitzer, one of few remaining working organs, still in use during concerts and silent movies. See the Allegheny Riverstone Center for the Arts website for a calendar of upcoming events.