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.

Dewdrop Recreation Area

State Route 59 Warren PA 16365

(814) 362-4613 | http://www.alleghenysite.com/cabins/dew-drop

Dewdrop Recreation Area offers a campground, fishing, boat launching for campers, restrooms, showers and hiking trails. Call toll free for reservations at 1-877-444-6777

Located on the Longhouse National Scenic Byway (Forest Road 262), about four miles south of the junction with State Route 59 at Kinzua Point. It is on the western shore of Kinzua Bay, which extends southwest from the main body of the Allegheny Reservoir.
Opens week of Memorial Day weekend and closes the week after Labor Day weekend.

Dewdrop has 74 family campsites, each containing a picnic table, fire ring, and tent pad. Flush toilets, pressurized water fountains, a trailer dump station, and hot water showers are also available. A children’s play area, a concrete boat launch with parking, and an interpretive trail complete the list of facilities. Firewood may be obtained from dead and down trees.

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