Header photo credit to Randy Frey, second photo credit to Jeff Krause.
Cameron County is known as a wild and wonderful place with steep forested mountains that affords visitors stunning scenic vistas. One the best places to experience this beautiful and rugged landscape is the Bucktail Overlook also as known as “Top of the World” and Mason Hill Overlook for its commanding 360-degree panoramic views on Sinnemahoning watershed made up of the Bennett Branch, Driftwood Branch, and Sinnemahoning Creek Valleys.
The overlook is accessible by vehicle via Mason Hill Road near the town of Driftwood. Note: There is no winter maintenance on this road. The notoriously dark skies of Cameron County and “Top of the World” offer you one the most beautiful and unique places in Pennsylvania for stargazing in the night sky as well.