Trails & Rec
If you want new places to hike or bike, the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region is blessed with hundreds of miles of marvelous trails awaiting your exploration. From flat, leisurely rail-trails to steep, rugged mountain routes, the variety here will appeal to everyone from young families to adventure racers. The Redbank Valley Trail, Pennsylvania’s first Trail of the Year, and many others throughout the region offer year-round usage for hikers, mountain bikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and more.
Dedicated to promoting public hiking, biking, boating, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, geocaching, and ATV recreational trails in and around Clarion County.
18-mile crushed-limestone rail-trail along Little Toby Creek and Clarion River from Brockway to Ridgway for hiking, bicycling, and cross-country skiing with ghost towns and swinging bridge.
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.
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.
Cook Forest State Park is known for its stands of old-growth forest. The park’s Forest Cathedral of towering white pines and hemlocks is designated as a National Natural Landmark. The Forest Cathedral is a short hike on Longfellow Trail from the Log Cabin Environmental Learning Center.