About Lock HavenLock Haven was laid out at the site of Fort Reed, which had once protected frontier settlers from the Native Americans. The 1778 evacuation of the fort during a fierce Native American raid became known as the great runaway. During the 19th century Lock Haven was a major lumber center and an important port on the Pennsylvania Canal.
Visitor Centers Clinton County Economic Partnership 212 N. Jay St. Lock Haven, PA 17745. Phone:(570)748-5782 or (888)388-6991
Self-guiding ToursGuided walking tours are offered by appointment at the Ross Library at 232 W. Main St. Tour schedules and themes vary; phone (570) 748-3321.
Things to Do Heisey Museum
Lock Haven, PA
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