Cook Forest

Discover Cook Forest

Men’s Journal calls Cook Forest State Park “The Best Old-Growth Forest” in America and it is home to some of the tallest trees 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.

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Cottage nestled in the pines with river frontage. Enjoy a hot tub or fire ring while listening to the sounds of nature. "Everything is better on the river."

Clear Creek State Park encompasses more than 1,900 acres and occupies a scenic portion of the Clear Creek Valley. It offers hiking, camping, rustic cabins, and Clarion River access for fishing, swimming, and paddling.

Dude ranch packages: horses, meals, and cabins. Guided horse rides, electric/water hook-ups, modern facilities. Horse camping, tie and box stalls. 200 miles of horse trails. May-October.

Located on the scenic Clarion River near Cook Forest. Lovely homes, beautifully furnished to make your group or family get-together memorable.

Clean, comfortable rooms, great place to hang out in Cook Forest. Family dining, homemade food. Children welcome. Sunday breakfast 9am-12:30pm. Try our Whale Challenge.

Go-karts, bumper boats, mini golf, water slides, pavilion, Fun Park Grill, Super Fun Pass. Group rates. Open every day 10 am-10 pm.

The park has a lighted ice-skating pond, 10 acres of sledding slopes, and three designated cross-country ski trails along River Road. Open during winter, weather permitting.

Rooms/cabin sleep from four to nine guests. Linens and bedding provided. Camping chairs, private bath, TV, mini-fridge, coffee pot, hair dryer.

Art and craft classes, craft market featuring handcrafted items/artwork, herb and fiber arts festival, wood show and competition, summer theater. Visit website for schedule.

8,500-acre park with old-growth forests along Clarion River, 29 miles of hiking trails, camping, cabins, playgrounds, picnicking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, scenic views, and wildlife.

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2020sat01feb12:00 amsun02(feb 2)11:00 pmFeaturedGroundhog Day Celebration 202012:00 am - 11:00 pm (2) EST Downtown Punxsutawney and Gobblers Knob (Woodland Avenue Extension)Counties:JeffersonCategory:Holiday

2020sun02feb3:00 am8:00 amFeaturedGroundhog Day Prognostication 20203:00 am - 8:00 am EST Gobblers Knob Woodland Avenue Extension Punxsutawney, 1548 Woodland Ave ExtCounties:Jefferson

2020fri07feb(feb 7)9:00 amsun09(feb 9)3:00 pmFeaturedKellettville Sportsmans Club Annual Coyote Hunt9:00 am - 3:00 pm (9) EST KellettvilleCounties:ForestCategory:Outdoor Adventure

2020fri07feb(feb 7)6:00 pmsun09(feb 9)12:00 pmFeaturedWinter Women in the Wilds6:00 pm - 12:00 pm (9) EST Sinnemahoning State Park, 4843 Park Road Counties:CameronCategory:Outdoor Adventure,State Parks: Events & Programs

2020sat15feb(feb 15)9:00 amsun16(feb 16)12:00 pmFeaturedJefferson County Longrifles Annual Winter Rendevous9:00 am - 12:00 pm (16) EST 1000 Harriger Hollow Rd., (Ramsaytown) BrookvilleCounties:JeffersonCategory:Fairs & Festivals

2020sat15feb11:00 am3:00 pmFeaturedSnowman in the Forest Day11:00 am - 3:00 pm EST Cook Forest State ParkCounties:Clarion,Cook ForestCategory:Other Events

Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau

2801 Maplevale Road
Brookville, PA 15825

Phone: (814) 849-5197
Fax: (814) 849-1969

Email: info@visitpago.com

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