Endless opportunities for outdoor adventure await you in the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region. You can kayak a river, explore ATV and snowmobile trails, hike amongst ancient giant trees, see amazing wildlife, go horseback riding, or play a round of golf.
Hundreds of miles of trails designated for hiking, biking, equestrian, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ATV riding. Outdoor recreation including swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, picnicking, and camping.
Nationally designated river offering many recreational opportunities including public access, boating, canoeing and kayaking, fishing, wildlife watching and wilderness camping.
Nationally recognized river offering boating, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, wilderness camping, and wildlife viewing. Fish species: walleye, musky, bass, catfish and panfish.
The Seneca named this area "where the water separates the land." Seven islands totaling 368 acres are designated as part of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
Historic town square was named for the founding father, Reverend David Barclay, who donated the land for public use in 1822. The stone Memorial Bandstand in the center of the park was dedicated in 1932 as a memorial to veterans.
Popular for photography, bird watching, hiking, fishing, and picnicking with nearly 850 acres of lakes, wetlands, and meadows surrounded by woods. More than 150 species of birds and waterfowl have been identified.