Mount Pisgah State Park

Mount Pisgah State Park


Location:2 miles north of US 6, midway between Troy and Towanda, at the base of Mount Pisgah (elevation 2,260 feet).
Facilities:Picnic areas, picnic pavilions, snack bar, hiking trails (10 miles), snowmobile trails (9 miles), swimming pool (é), bathhouse, boat rentals, boat launch, boat mooring, fishing pier, nature center, butterfly garden.
Activities:Boating (electric motors only), fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, cross-country skiing, ice boating, ice fishing, ice skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sledding, fall foliage viewing, interpretive programs.
Special Features:The parks sits at the base of Mount Pisgah along Mill Creek in the Endless Mountains region. A dam on Mill Creek forms Stephen Foster Lake, named after the famous composer and one-time local resident.
Address:RR 3, Box 362A
Troy, PA 16947

Phone:570-297-2734
Web: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/mtpisgah.aspx
Size: 1,302 acres.

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Oliver today announced that nearly 17 tons of debris have been removed from illegal dumpsites in Mount Pisgah State Park, Bradford County, as part of the state's Forest Lands Beautification Program.
Oliver today issued a call for volunteers to help clean up illegal dumpsites in Mount Pisgah State Park in Bradford County as part of the Forest Lands Beautification Program.
From Route 6 in East Troy, turn north on Leona Road and then east on State Park Road (SR 4015) to Mount Pisgah State Park and follow the signs to the Nature Center.
Secretary Hess presented the checks during a tour of the Bentley Creek stream restoration project and the work at Stephen Foster Lake at Mount Pisgah State Park.
At those sites, he toured completed and proposed agricultural Best Management Practices to reduce runoff and help rid Stephen Foster Lake at Mount Pisgah State Park of algal blooms that have begun to limit recreational use of the lake.
Oliver today announced that nearly 12 tons of trash recently were removed from three illegal dumpsites in Mount Pisgah State Park, Bradford County, as part of Pennsylvania's Forest Lands Beautification Program.
The illegal dumpsites in Mount Pisgah State Park posed a threat to Stephen Foster Lake and to small streams," Secretary Oliver said.