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The state parks and forests in our region offer hundreds of acres of snowmobile trails to explore. There are scenic trails through the woods, straightaway runs on roadways, and large, open spaces.
Trails are usually wide, well-groomed, well-marked and easy to drive, so they’re perfect for snowmobilers and riders of almost every age and skill level. Along your way, you’re likely to glimpse wildlife such as whitetail deer, rabbits, coyotes, and even bald eagles, which are always exciting to see.
Conditions permitting, trails open mid–December and usually close April 1.
Note that all ATVs/Snowmobiles in Pennsylvania, except ATVs used solely for business or agricultural purposes, need to be registered and titled with DCNR. You can register on line HERE. For more information about registering your ATV call The Dept. of Community and Natural Resources at 717-783-9227.
For information about snowmobile trails in the Allegheny National Forest CLICK HERE
For PA Snowmobile Trail Map of Northeast PA CLICK HERE: (Note: It’s important to scroll this map page to maximize available information)
97 Kettle Creek Park Ln. Renovo PA 17764
Kettle Creek State Park
Camping: flush toilets, warm showers, some electric hook-ups. The park has two camping areas with level sunny or shady sites that accommodate tents or trailers. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Water spigots are scattered throughout the campgrounds. The Lower Campground is along Kettle Creek and has 41 sites with electricity and also modern restrooms with showers. The Lower Campground is open from early April to the end of antlered deer season mid-December. The Upper Campground overlooks the Alvin R. Bush Dam and Kettle Creek Reservoir and has 27 sites, 12 with electric hook-ups and vault toilets. Pets are permitted on all sites. The Upper Campground is open from early April to the end of deer season in mid-October. Kettle Creek State Park consists of 1,793 acres along Kettle Creek in western Clinton County. The park is in a valley surrounded by mountainous terrain and wilderness. The 167-acre Kettle Creek Reservoir is an ideal place to kayak and canoe. A boat launch and boat mooring for 60 vessels are at the northern end of the lake. An overnight mooring permit is required. Sailboards and sailboats are permitted. Overnight mooring for park campers is also available, free of charge.Back to the listview