Hyner Run State Park occupies a small mountain valley and offers several fishing opportunities for overnight guests in addition to its myriad hiking trails. Hikers are free to enjoy the over 50-mile Donut Hole trail System that runs the entire length of the park. This network provides ample opportunities for both daytrippers and overnight backpackers with several rugged regions available to explore in addition to the paved hiking paths.
Guests looking for a more sedate bit of exploration can visit the 4.1-mile Long Fork Loop, which begins near the public pool and can be completed in just under 100 minutes. Doggos are welcome here, but they must remain on some sort of restraint. If your canine leaves behind any waste, make sure to clean it up.
If you'd like to take a dip, Hyner Run State Park has a free swimming pool and wading pool available to enjoy. These are open seasonally and provide a sunbathing area as well as free public showers. The entire complex is ADA accessible and has a lifeguard staff posted throughout operating hours.
Dogs aren't allowed to enter the public pool areas at any time. Several mountain streams wind their way throughout Hyner Run State Park, offering great trout fishing opportunities. These small bodies of water all require a license to fish in which can be acquired through the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commision.
No rental services are offered here, so guests should make sure to bring all appropriate gear before setting off on their trip. If you bring your dog, do your best to keep them on a leash throughout your visit. Camping is available in Hyner Run State Park with 30 total sites peppering the region.
These are all adjacent to flush toilets and free public shower facilities. Each site comes standard with a concrete parking pad, picnic table, and fire pit where you can cook the fish you've caught earlier in the day. Canines can stay with you overnight, provided they stay in a tent and on their leash.