Bendigo State Park


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Bendigo State Park


Location:4 miles northeast of Johnsonburg on SR 1004, in the central northern part of the state.
Facilities:Picnic areas, picnic pavilions (é), swimming pool, playfield, game courts, restrooms (é).
Activities:Swimming, picnicking.
Special Features:Park is in a small valley surrounded by hills. Only 20 acres of the park is developed, half of which is shaded picnic area. The East Branch of the Clarion River flows through the park. Once polluted by mine acid drainage, the river is now healthy and offers good fishing for stocked trout.
Address:533 State Park Rd
Johnsonburg, PA 15845

Phone:814-965-2646
Web: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/bendigo.aspx
Size: 100 acres.

See other parks in Pennsylvania.
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Clark as manager of the Bendigo State Park Complex in Elk and McKean counties.
Headquartered at the 100-acre Bendigo State Park near Johnsonburg, Clark will oversee the 3,192-acre Elk State Park, also in Elk County, and Kinzua Bridge State Park, totaling 316 acres, in McKean County.
Bendigo State Park first took shape in the 1920s as a community project of the nearby town of Johnsonburg.
Calaba replaces Colonel Denning State Park Complex Manager Barrett Clark, who recently was named manager of the Bendigo State Park Complex, based in Elk County.