This itinerary will have you starting in the northern part of the county and working your way around the history and heritage sites. The itineraries are meant to give you 6 to 8 hours of activity each day excluding driving time.

Stop 1 (Estimated Time - 1.5 hours)

DuBois Harley Davison, 101 West DuBois Avenue, DuBois, PA  15801, 814-371-5750.  This old brick building was the home of several different industries and is now a one of a kind biker's one stop shop. As you walk down main street  the murals will guide you through a different time. You can feed the parking meters for charity, shop for a souvenir or just take a squat on a park bench and enjoy a place like no other. 

A nearby stop would be the Rumbarger Cemetery (Cemetery Road, DuBois, PA  15801). Seven Civil War veterans from the Army of the Republic of Clearfield County are buried near the stone marker.
The DuBois Historical Society (30 W Long Ave  DuBois, PA 15801,814-371-9006) located on Long Avenue, DuBois, is known for its wonderful  genealogy department and veterans room. If you are visiting on a Tuesday or Wednesday from 10am to 4pm.
There are several markers from the Heritage Marker Tour located in this area be sure to plan your trip around the ones you'd like to see.

Stop 2 (Estimated Time - 1.5 hours)

Winkler Gallery of Fine Art , 36 North Brady Street, DuBois, PA  15801, 814-375-5834- The arts are a huge part of every culture and the Winkler Gallery of Fine Art is a great example of  the collision of past and present. Located in downtown DuBois, this gallery has sixteen artists representing the different facets of our culture. This studio also is home to the oldest working carousel in the world and a fine collection of carousel figures.

There are several markers from the Heritage Marker Tour located in this area be sure to plan your trip around the ones you'd like to see.

Stop 3 (Estimated Time - 2 hours)

S.B. Elliott State Park, Penfield, PA, PA 15849, 814-765-0630- In 1933 the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) established Camp Number S-116 on land along the edge of what was once a tree nursery and built the cabins, pavilions, roads, trails and many of the other buildings that exist today. Take the virtual tour of the camp in its heyday and begin your journey of the importance of Lumber Heritage to our region. 

Visit for more information about the lumber heritage in our region.

Stop 4 (Estimated Time - 1 hour)

Karthaus Furnace, GPS coordinates N41º 07.254' W78º 06.762' - The Karthaus Furnace was the county's only stone blast furnace and has the distinction of failing twice, first as a charcoal furnace and second as a coke-fueled furnace.  After a long shutdown the furnace was reactivated in 1837. The iron was taken down the West Branch of the Susquehanna River and obstructions in the river and long distances from market were difficulties which made iron production unprofitable. 

In downtown Clearfield you can visit the Clearfield County Historical Society (104 E Pine St  Clearfield, PA 16830, 814-765-6125). It is the home to a wonderful collection of items that chronicle the settlement and development of the County. It is open Thursdays and Sundays from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm from May to October.

Stop 5 (Estimated Time - 2 hours)

Grice Museum, 4th & Pine Streets, Clearfield PA 16830, 814-768-7332 - This museum offers over seventy antique and classic cars from the early 1900's to today's specialty cars. It also features the late William J. Evans' display of African game mounts appraised at $250,000. It is open Memorial Day Weekend thru September 30, Monday thru Saturday: 10:00am till 4:00pm,  Sunday: Noon till 4:00pm, October:  Saturdays and Sundays ONLY: Noon till 4pm or larger groups may call and make appointments to visit. 

Downtown Clearfield is full of history, heritage and memories. Take the downtown walking tour and carouse the streets as you capture records of the past, present and future. A walking tour brochure is available at the Clearfield Chamber, the Visit Clearfield County office or can be downloaded at
The Clearfield County Fairground (5616 Park Street, Clearfield, PA 16830, 814-765-4629) is located just outside of town. Although the fairgrounds turn into a small city the first week of August during the County Fair, this historic location is a great place to observe the heritage of our area.
There are several markers from the Heritage Marker Tour located in this area be sure to plan your trip around the ones you'd like to see.