Bird & Wildlife Watching in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • State Route 120, Lock Haven to Ridgway, Elk, Cameron and Clinton counties Renovo, PA 17764
    This Byway stretches for 100 miles through the Sproul and Elk State Forests located in north central PA from Lock Haven to Ridgway. This Byway follows the Old Sinnemahoning Trail used by Native...
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  • Jews Run Road Moshannon, PA 16859
    The Wild Area contains no roads & very little evidence of human activity. The 52-mile Chuck Keiper Trail passes through a large scrub-shrub area created from a forest fire in 1990. Birds include...
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  • Forest Rd. 157 Marienville, PA 16239
    814-927-6628
    Most of the trails are not marked with diamonds, so watch the informational signs for directions. The skill level of the trails is easy and the terrain is relatively flat. Some of the trails are...
  • 144 Big Moores Run Road Coudersport, PA 16915
    800-707-7579
    Cabin lodging close to Cherry Springs State Park. Authentic Log Cabin Lodging. Lodging for Cherry Springs State Park Star Gazing. Located in Potter County in the Pa Wilds. A Short drive to Pa Grand...
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  • 15187 Renovo Rd. Renovo, PA 17764
    570-923-6011
    The Chuck Keiper Trail, located in Sproul State Forest, is a 52-mile trail that traverses the southern portion of the Fish Dam Wild Area and the Burns Wild Area. The trail is marked with orange...
  • 153 S. 6th Avenue Clarion, PA 16214-2003
    814-226-2576
    The Clarion Highlands Trail runs through Clarion and Venango Counties for 23 miles between Ridgway and Brockway. This trail is currently under construction.
  • State Route 948 Ridgway, PA 15853
    814-849-5197
    The 18-mile rail-trail meanders along the wild and scenic Clarion River and Little Toby Creek through Elk and Jefferson Counties, between the charming small towns of Ridgway and Brockway. This is...
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  • 650 Leonard St. Clearfield, PA 16830
    814-765-5734
    Clearfield to Grampian Rails to Trails winds for approximately 10.5 miles along the West Branch of the Susquehanna, 2005 Pa River of the Year. The 10.5 mile cinder trail is fairly level with some...
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  • PA Rte. 144 Renovo, PA 17764
    570-923-6011
    Cranberry Swamp is an outstanding example of a mountain bog. It is located at the headwaters of Cranberry Run, and includes about 144 acres of wetland with typical wetland plants, surrounded by oak...
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  • 310 E. Cherry St. Clearfield, PA 16830
    814-765-2641
    The trail was the 1994 Rails to Trails Grant recipient. Travel from Curwensville to Grampian and enjoy the scenery and sites along the way.
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