HISTORICAL SITE DETAILS

Cussewago

Meadville, Pennsylvania

Cussewago was a summer camp for the Allegheny Seneca Indians, who came to hunt, fish and raise crops on the fertile island soil. George Washington had camped overnight on the bluff above the confluence of French and Cussewago Creeks and noted the frames left standing for the summer wigwams the Seneca used at this temporary village site. In 1788 David Mead built his original log cabin home overlooking the summer camp site. Located at Bicentennial Park, at French Street and Mead Avenue in Meadville, PA there stands a replica of the 1788 log double cabin built by David Mead, one side furnished for family and the other side set up as an early school room. There is also an ecological interpretive site, walking trail, picnic shelter, and public restrooms.

Bicentennial Park
Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335
(814) 724-6080

Hours of Operation

An interpretive frontier log cabin is open Memorial Day to Labor Day on Saturday and Sunday and by appointment.

Crawford County Historical Society
Accomodations
Crawford County Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Visitor Experiences

Group Tours
Hiking/Biking Trail
Museum
Open Year Round
Park/Recreation Area
Picnic Area