The 612-acre Linn Run State Park provides a diverse natural landscape that's perfect for bird watching and nature spotting. For hikers, Linn Run State Park has almost seven miles of trails for guests to enjoy. These paths are specific to hiking, so make sure to keep clear if you're not on foot.
The paths contained within Linn Run State Park are designed to offer guests a different view of the landscape each time they try a new section. For example, the Adams Falls Trail has a waterfall as well as wild blooms of rhododendron and hemlock while skirting massive boulders that have fallen over the years.
More experienced hikers can try their luck at the Flat Rock Trail, which provides beautiful views of Linn Run while challenging guests with uphill segments and shifting weather patterns. You're free to bring your dog along for an expedition, provided you keep them on a leash no longer than six feet throughout your stay.
Several doggie refuse stations exist at the trailheads here, so don't forget to clean up after anything your dog might leave behind. If you would like to spend the night, there are nine total rustic cabins available to rent throughout the year. During the summer months, these cabins can only be reserved for a week or more.
The cabins provided at Linn Run State Park offer several modern amenities like full heating and air conditioning, a kitchenette, and indoor showers. The bathroom facilities are adjacent to the cabins and are free for public use. If you'd like to keep your canine with you while you stay in one of these cabins, you'll have to pay a small additional deposit that varies with the length of your stay.
Hunting season at Linn Run State Park exists for deer, turkey, bear, and squirrel species provided guests have completed the proper safety courses and have come with all of the prerequisite equipment. Visitors can feel free to bring their dog along on hunting trips as long as they stay on a leash throughout their stay.