Discover Cook Forest
Men’s Journal calls Cook Forest State Park “The Best Old-Growth Forest” in America and it is home to the Longfellow Pine, the tallest tree in northeastern U.S. The picturesque Wild & Scenic Clarion River, the Forest Cathedral of ancient pines, the panoramic view at Seneca Point, and the many events at the Sawmill Center for the Arts make Cook Forest one of the top state parks in the nation. Each June, the sights and sounds of the French Indian War Encampment and battle re-enactments fill the forest. There are many places to stay, restaurants, kayak and canoe rentals, horse stables, and fun things to do in the area surrounding the park.
Two-bedroom cabin – fully equipped kitchen, fireplace, sleeps 10, TV/Dish, VCR/DVD, sun porches. Very nice primitive campsites available seasonally with restrooms and showers. Paypal accepted.
Sleeps six, exceptionally clean, A/C, wifi, DirecTV, pet friendly, 20 -percent discount for 65+ seniors, kid-friendly yard, fully equipped kitchen, large bathroom, linens/towels provided.
Surrounded by state forest offering unmatched privacy. Clean cottages featuring hot tubs, wifi, satellite TV, fireplaces, A/C, and more. Near Cook Forest and the Clarion River.
Wildlife museum with more than 100 taxidermy displays. World-famous whitetails, including RDM Goliath, world's highest-scoring antlers. Admission included with Double Diamond Deer Ranch. Group tours available.
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