In the summer months, the park's swimming pool is a popular attraction, while 13 miles of hiking trails are provided and offer a beautiful way to traverse a diverse range of habitats. Wildlife watchers can try to catch a glimpse of everything from white-tailed deer to eastern gray squirrels, or you can simply enjoy the opportunity to explore mature forests and pristine wet valleys.
There are picnic tables throughout the park, and the main picnic area hosts a small children's playground. Three pavilions are also available.
When the cooler weather arrives, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and sledding all draw plenty of participants. An ice skating area is also provided in the Maple Grove Day Use Area, so there's something to keep everyone entertained.
For those looking to stay the night, there are 46 rustic sites available. 22 of those have electric hook-ups, while vault toilets and a dump station are also included.
Please note that pets are only permitted on a handful of selected campsites, so make sure you choose carefully when reserving your spot. Also, make sure that you're familiar with the rules and regulations surrounding pets in Pennsylvania State Parks. These include requirements to only take your pet in designated areas, and to ensure that they are leashed and controlled at all times. Ensuring that you always clean up after your furry friend is also a must.
With these simple responsibilities taken care of, you and your canine pal can get set to enjoy a paw-some and relaxing camping getaway.