Parkers Landing

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Parkers Landing has at least 170 figures carved in the rocks along the Allegheny River from the Native Americans. They are on low flat rocks along the waters edge. The best time to view the Petroglyphs is when the Allegheny River is at a low point. Most of the spring time the rocks lay under water due to the snow melting and raising the river. When we were there in July the river was still covering all the rocks.

Click on the pictures to the right for more detail

Parkers Landing July 1, 2006

Parkers Landing July 1, 2006

Parkers landing

rock carvings

Parkers Landing

the carvings were obscured by the water

this rock was out of the water - you are able to see some of the markings

more carvings

more rock carvings

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