Often labeled as one of Penn's Wood's best-kept secrets, Fowlers Hollow State Park offers an excellent, rustic experience looking for those who are trying to get away from it all. For overnight guests, Fowlers Hollow State Park offers 18 campsites to accommodate all types of visitors. The sites all have adjacent flush toilets but keep in mind that showers are notably absent.
These sites tend to be very private and fill up quickly. If you are looking to bring your dog, they are allowed to accompany you provided they stay on a 6-foot leash or shorter throughout their stay. Two hiking trails are available for guests, both of which follow portions of Fowler Hollow Run, a local river that winds through this beautiful scenery.
These trails are paved and contain several plaques outlining the wildlife and plants that you are able to spot during your walk. Canines are very welcome on these trails, provided they are on a leash throughout their stay. Doggie business stations line these trails, so make sure to clean up anything left behind by your canine companion.
Cycling is done here on two trails, the Alfarata and Beaston. These connect to much longer trails in the Tuscarora State Forest and can provide several day's worth of riding if you're looking for a longer journey. Canines are unfortunately barred from entering any of these cycling paths. If you are looking to fish, a small but robust trout fishing community exists in the area.
Fowler Hollow Run runs the length of the park and is open to fishing daily, weather permitting. Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission regulations dictate that all would-be anglers come with the proper licenses. No shops or equipment rentals exist, so make sure to come prepared. Canines can accompany their owners to the shore provided they stay on their leashes throughout the day, and leave nothing behind.