Hiking

There's nothing quite like the quiet and solitude of a walk in the woods. The state parks, mountains, gorges, and country roads of the Pennsylvania Wilds provide the space and variety for every type of hiking adventure you can think of. Looking to surprise some elk? Walk softly, and you just might. Want to climb down a grand canyon? We have one of those, too. Lace up your boots and get ready to experience nature like you've never imagined it. Maps of State Parks in the PA Wilds region.

Curwensville Lake Recreation Area

1256 Lake Drive Curwensville PA 16833

(814) 236-2320 | curwensvillelake.com/

Located just 15 minutes from Exit 120 off I-80. Camping and hiking available. The 790-acre lake has no horsepower regulations. Primary boating includes: moderate-draft fishing boats, sailboats and recreational runabouts. The lake is inhabited by a variety of fish including bass, northern pike, panfish, pickerel and walleye. The lake is stocked with tiger muskie fingerling. Motorboats must display valid registration. Children 12 years of age or younger required to wear a life jacket when underway on a boat that is 20' or less and all canoes/kayaks. Watercraft operators, passengers, sailboarders, water skiers or anyone being towed behind a boat must also wear a life jacket. Anglers 16 years or older must possess valid fishing license. Fishing regulations provided when you buy a license from issuing agents or visit www.fishandboat.com.

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