Kane is a small town of 4,000 people in Northwest Pennsylvania adjacent to the Allegheny National Forest.
Route 6 is the main highway that runs east-west through town. Additionally, route 321 runs north-south and route 66 comes into town from the south.
Nearby Bradford Regional Airport (BFD) has several flights daily to and from Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) on Southern Airways Express. Pittsburgh is the second-closest major airport, about 3 hours away by car, with Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) being the closest at 2 hours away.
- Kinzua Bridge State Park, 296 Viaduct Road, ☏ . Kinzua Bridge was once the tallest and longest railroad bridge in the world. Since being struck by a tornado in 2003, the bridge now functions as a platform where visitors can walk out on to the remaining supports for a view down into the Kinzua Gorge. The park also has a visitors center with exhibits and information about the surrounding area.
- Pepe's Pizzeria, 127 Fraley St., ☏ . Local pizza joint with pizza, wings, and a daily special.
- Texas Hot Lunch, 24 Field St., ☏ . Diner fare in a family restaurant setting.
|Routes through Kane|
|Meadville ← Warren ←||W E||→ Jct N S → Port Allegany → Mansfield|