Jakes Rocks

Scenic views of Jackson Bay (Allegheny Reservoir) and the Kinzua Dam are offered via hardened walking paths and from vehicles at vista points located on the exit road. Other facilities include: vault restrooms, picnic tables, grills and informational signing.


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Other States
Allegheny National Forest
Buzzard Swamp Area
Clarion River
East Branch Millstone Creek
Forest Road 160 & 259 Dispersed Camping
Hearts Content
Hickory Creek Wilderness
Jakes Rocks
Kinzua Dam
Kinzua Point
Loleta Recreation Area (Fee)
Rim Rock
Tidioute Overlook

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Map: State Population Estimates 2016 minus 2010

Map: State Population Estimates 2016 minus 2010

Since 2010, Texas' population is estimated to have increased by 2.7 million, while California has increased by 2.0 million and Florida 1.7 million. In contrast, New York has only gained approximately 370,000. North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Arizona, and Colorado are also significant population gains. Ilinois is estimated to have lost 30,000 people and West Virginia 20,000 people since 2010. Vermont also has seen the lost of about 300 people since 2010.

One of the stupidest things I’ve heard coming out of Congress for sometime is the idea of de-funding the American Community Survey or ending the requirement that filling out census forms as a mandatory action. Census forms aren’t difficult to fill out and provide an essential source of information for businesses, governments, researchers and not-for-profits.

Without accurate community demographics, it’s hard for a business to know where to locate or who to target for marketing. Government programs that target poverty or concerns impacting certain minority groups would be impossible to implement. Interested people couldn’t learn about their community, and politicians couldn’t communicate with interested audiences.

Some people think the census should be voluntary. Some people don’t feel comfortable discussing their income, their race, or the condition of their housing. But already the surveys protect individual privacy, and laws prohibit any use of the census survey responses except for releasing aggregated data. Only after 70 years do individual survey responses become public for use of historical – beyond most people’s lifetimes.

And to protect survey responses, the Census Bureau never asks the most sensitive questions – it never asks about your religion, your guns, or what you do in bed. Instead it asks about relevant demographic information, that is essential to know from a both business and public perspective.

Google Maps: Median Age Of Population in US Counties

This interactive map shows the median age of a county. Half of the population in the county is older then this age; half is younger. Appalachia and the rural west have some of the oldest populations in America, while the south, outside of Florida is generally younger.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates