Sinnemahoning State Park


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Sinnemahoning State Park


Location:8 miles north on PA 872 from its junction with PA 120 in Sinnemahoning, in the north central portion of the state.
Facilities:35 class A campsites (some with electricity), modern cabin, showers, flush toilets, picnic areas, picnic pavilions, hiking trails (5 miles), snowmobile trailhead and trails (5 miles), boat launch, boat mooring, amphitheater, scenic vistas, playground.
Activities:Camping, boating (electric motors only), fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, ice fishing, snowmobiling, nature programs.
Special Features:Situated in the midst of the Elk State Forest, the park offers an abundance of wildlife and includes feeding grounds of the American bald eagle.
Address:8288 First Fork Rd
Austin, PA 16720

Phone:814-647-8401
Web: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/sinnemahoning.aspx
Size: 1,910 acres.

See other parks in Pennsylvania.
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Geocaching Family Event," Sinnemahoning State Park, Cameron County, Nov.
May 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Scientists, naturalists and volunteers from across the state will gather May 20-21 at Sinnemahoning State Park, Cameron County, in an extensive effort to document the park's wide variety of life forms.
Stevenson Dam at Sinnemahoning State Park in Cameron County to collect data needed for a rehabilitation project for the dam.
Whether it's a planned trail and stream-bank restoration effort at Perry County's Little Buffalo State Park, or rain garden plantings at Sinnemahoning State Park in Cameron County, National Public Lands Day gives each of us a chance to contribute to the betterment of our public lands for this and future generations of Americans," said Allan.
At Sinnemahoning State Park in Cameron and Potter counties, the panels in the kiosks focus, primarily, on wildlife.
The weekend includes a hands-on monarch butterfly migration tagging program at Sinnemahoning State Park in Cameron County, and a saw-whet owl study and night sky investigation with telescopes at Cherry Springs State Park in Potter County.
They will be on hand at the following viewing areas in four prime areas in the heart of Pennsylvania's elk range -- Hick's Run, Sinnemahoning State Park, Hoover Farm and Beaver Dam.
Sinnemahoning State Park along Route 872; Hicks Run Viewing Area, along Route 555, about 12 miles east of Benezette; Elk Trail, 19-mile loop off of Route 555, 10 miles east of Benezette; Thunder Mountain Equestrian Trail, 26- mile loop, off of east Hicks Run Road, 12 miles east of Benezette; and Beaver Run Dam, off the Quehanna Highway, southeast of intersection with Route 555.
Sinnemahoning State Park along Route 872; Hicks Run Viewing Area, along Route 555, about 12 miles east of Benezette; Elk Trail, 19-mile loop off of Route 555, 10 miles east of Benezette; Thunder Mountain Equestrian Trail, 26-mile loop, off of east Hicks Run Road, 12 miles east of Benezette; and Beaver Run Dam, off the Quehanna Highway, southeast of intersection with Route 555.
NCPRPDC has received TEA-21 grant from PENNDOT to designate, sign and promote this corridor to better direct and distribute visitors in the region; -- Development of two major interpretive facilities -- one at the western end of the elk range, at Winslow Hill in Elk County on State Game Lands 311, and one in the eastern range, at Sinnemahoning State Park in Cameron County.
Lumber Heritage Region, $288,000 -- to provide management and administrative support for the Lumber Heritage Region; -- to design and construct an outdoor interpretive kiosk and wayside exhibit at Sinnemahoning State Park, Cameron County; -- to restore and display an historic 1943 Brookville Tannery switch engine on the grounds of the Pa.
Sinnemahoning State Park along Route 872; -- Hicks Run Viewing Area, along Route 555; -- Elk Trail, a 19-mile trek off Route 555; -- Thunder Mountain Equestrian Trial, a 26-mile loop off of east Hicks Run Road; and -- Beaver Run Dam, off the Quehanna Highway.