State Parks Director John Hallas announced in early June 2021 that the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) has extended the due date for the Solicitation for Proposals to operate a downhill ski and four-season recreation center at Denton Hill State Park in Potter County.
The previous due date was Wednesday, June 9. Now, proposals must be received in a sealed envelope no later than Friday, July 9.
DCNR will begin reviewing proposals on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.
Denton Hill State Park is located along Route 6 in Ulysses Township, Potter County, in the Pennsylvania Wilds.
DCNR’s website contains information on available state park concession opportunities. The Denton Hill request is SFP# 2021-BSP-01.
Interested parties are strongly encouraged to make arrangements to visit Denton Hill State Park to ascertain the condition of the facility by contacting the Bureau of State Parks regional office at 814-486-3365.
Find more information about the Denton Hill State Park master plan on the DCNR website.
Learn more about Potter County and the Dark Skies Landscape located in the PA Wilds.
This DCNR Press release was originally published to the PA state Pressroom.
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