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Lock And Dam 3 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-828-3550 Email: Allegheny3@usace.army.mil Distance: 1.95 miles

Lock and Dam 3 is one of eight major river facilities on the Allegheny River. Visitors can view locking operations from the parking area or while touring the facility.

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Lock And Dam 4 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-224-2666 Email: Allegheny4@usace.army.mil Distance: 3.08 miles

Lock and Dam 4 is one of eight major river facilities on the Allegheny River. Visitors can view locking operations from the parking area or while touring the facility.

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Lock And Dam 6 - Allegheny River National Park

2 Activites Phone: (724)-295-3775 Email: Allegheny6@usace.army.mil Distance: 7.57 miles

Lock and Dam 6 is one of eight major river facilities on the Allegheny River. Visitors can view locking operations from the parking area or while touring the facility.

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Lock And Dam 5 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-295-2261 Email: Allegheny5@usace.army.mil Distance: 7.91 miles

: Lock and Dam 5 is one of eight major river facilities on the Allegheny River. Visitors can view locking operations from the parking area or while touring the facility.

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Locks And Dam 2 - Monongahela River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-271-1272 Email: Monongahela2@usace.army.mil Distance: 13.97 miles

Locks and Dam 2 is one of nine navigation structures which provide for year-round navigation on the Monongahela River between Pittsburgh, Pa. and Fairmont, West Virginia. It maintains a pool for 12.6 miles upstream to Locks and Dam 3 at Elizabeth, PA. Locks and Dam 2 is located at river mile 11.2 at the city of Braddock, Pa. The lock chambers and operations buildings are situated along the right...

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Rivers Of Steel National Heritage Area Park

Email: info@riversofsteel.com Distance: 14.93 miles

The Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area reveals how one region, in a sustained and thunderous blast of innovation, ambition and fire, forever changed America and its place in the world. It is the story of the industrialists and the workers who pushed an infant industry to it ultimate limits and in doing so pushed the world into the Age of Steel.

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Crooked Creek Lake National Park

10 Activites Phone: (724)-763-3161 Distance: 15.17 miles

Crooked Creek Rangers developed the Corps' first Auto Tour Trail. The trail takes in the local history of Armstrong County and local townships. Visitors are provided information on the one room schools of 1867, the first water-powered sawmill and depreciation lands awarded soldiers of the American Revolutionary War. The trail was the combined effort of the Rangers and local historians.

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Emsworth Locks And Dams &Lt;Ohio River&Gt; National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-766-6213 Distance: 19.44 miles

Furthest upstream of the Ohio River dams, Emsworth provides Pittsburgh with a waterway for commerce and recreation. This area is along the Lewis and Clark route.

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Lock And Dam 7 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-543-2551 Email: Allegheny7@usace.army.mil Distance: 20.13 miles

Lock and Dam 7 is one of eight major river facilities on the Allegheny River. Visitors can view locking operations from the parking area or while touring the facility.

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Conemaugh River Lake National Park

10 Activites Phone: (724)-459-7240 Distance: 20.27 miles

An unusual endowment of cultural resources attract visitors to Conemaugh Dam. Adjacent to the Dam site Recreation Area, historical development is currently underway with the construction of the Trail of Transportation History and the Tunnel view Historic Site. The riverside trail follows the towpath that runs along the Main Line Canal that once connected Philadelphia with Pittsburgh (1834 ? 1854...

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Locks And Dam 3 - Monongahela River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-384-4532 Email: Monongahela3@usace.army.mil Distance: 23.12 miles

Locks and Dam 3 is one of nine navigation structures which provide for year-round navigation on the Monongahela River between Pittsburgh, Pa. and Fairmont, West Virginia. It maintains a pool for 17.7 miles upstream to Locks and Dam 4 at Charleroi, PA. Locks and Dam 3 is located at river mile 23.8 at the city of Elizabeth, Pa. The lock chambers and operations buildings are situated along the righ...

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Dashields Locks And Dam &Lt;Ohio River&Gt; National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-457-8430 Email: Dashields@usace.army.mil Distance: 25.48 miles

Situated near several large heavy industries, this Ohio River navigation project provides them a dependable waterway. This area is along the Lewis and Clark route.

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Loyalhanna Lake National Park

8 Activites Phone: (724)-639-9013 Distance: 27.25 miles

Set in an area of rugged, unspoiled scenery. From Saltsburg, 3/4 mi S on PA 981.

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Lock And Dam 9 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-868-2486 Email: Allegheny9@usace.army.mil Distance: 27.74 miles

Lock and Dam 9 is one of eight major river facilities located along the scenic river banks of the Allegheny River. Pool 9 is used mostly during the summer recreational boating season, since there are public and private launching facilities along the river.

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Lock And Dam 8 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-548-5119 Email: Allegheny9@usace.army.mil Distance: 27.74 miles

Lock and Dam 8 is one of eight major river facilities located along the scenic river banks of the Allegheny River. Pool 8 is used mostly during the summer recreational boating season, since there are public and private launching facilities along the river. In addition to recreational usage, a moderate amount of sand and gravel is shipped through Pool 8.

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Locks And Dam 4 - Monongahela River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-684-8442 Email: Monongahela4@usace.army.mil Distance: 30.39 miles

Lock and Dam 4 is one of nine navigation structures which provide for year-round navigation on the Monongahela River between Pittsburgh, Pa. and Fairmont, West Virginia. It maintains a pool for 19.7 miles upstream to Maxwell Lock and Dam just south of Brownsville, PA. Lock and Dam 4 is located at river mile 41.5 at the city of Charleroi, Pa. The lock chambers and operations buildings are situate...

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Lock And Dam 2 - Allegheny River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-661-2217 Email: Allegheny2@usace.army.mil Distance: 30.42 miles

Lock and Dam 2 is one of eight major river facilities on the Allegheny River. Visitors can view locking operations from the parking area or while touring the facility.

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Mahoning Creek Lake National Park

9 Activites Phone: (814)-257-8811 Distance: 33.81 miles

Situated among steep sided valleys and forested hillsides, Mahoning Creek Lake is surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Blessed with clean water and a varied thriving fish population. In 1971, one of the largest Northern Pike ever recorded (42-7/8?) was reeled in from the waters below Mahoning Dam. Mahoning is also known for its abundant Turkey and Ruffed Grouse populations.

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Montgomery Locks And Dam - Ohio River National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-643-8400 Email: Montgomery@usace.army.mil Distance: 34.49 miles

This is an integral link in providing a navigation channel for the many industries located in the Ohio River Basin. This area is along the Lewis and Clark route.

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Monongahela River - Maxwell Pool National Park

1 Activites Phone: (412)-785-5027 Distance: 40.99 miles

This dam provides a 24-mile pool, ideal for recreational boating, and receives more recreational use than any other on the Monongahela.

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Ohio River - New Cumberland Pool National Park

1 Activites Phone: (614)-537-2571 Distance: 47.21 miles

A modern structure with a 1,200- by 110-ft main chamber enables large tows to make quick passage through the lock.

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Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site

Rank: 222 1 Activites Email: Nathan_Koozer@nps.gov Distance: 48.32 miles

The first railroad to circumvent the Allegheny Mountains, the Allegheny Portage Railroad was the finishing piece of the Pennsylvania Mainline Canal. "The Portage," opened in 1834, marking the first time that there was one, direct route between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. All things to all people, it served merchants, passengers, slaves in pursuit of freedom, and soldiers from the Mexican War.

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Gray's Landing Locks And Dam National Park

1 Activites Phone: (724)-583-8304 Email: GraysLanding@usace.army.mil Distance: 50.81 miles

Grays Landing Lock and Dam replaced Lock and Dam 7. It consists of one lock chamber and a fixed-crest dam.

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Johnstown Flood National Memorial Park

Rank: 214 1 Activites Phone: (814)-495-4643 Email: Nathan_Koozer@nps.gov Distance: 52.45 miles

The South Fork dam failed on Friday, May 31, 1889 and unleashed 20,000,000 tons of water that devastated Johnstown, PA. The flood killed 2,209 people but it brought the nation and the world together to aid the "Johnstown sufferers." The story of the Johnstown Flood reminds us all, "...that we must leave nothing undone for the preservation and protection of our brother men."

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Fort Necessity National Battlefield Park

Rank: 188 2 Activites Email: mary_jane_mcfadden@nps.gov Distance: 52.79 miles

The battle at Fort Necessity in the summer of 1754 was the opening action of the French and Indian War. This war was a clash of British, French and American Indian cultures. It ended with the removal of French power from North America. The stage was set for the American Revolution.

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