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Clear Creek State Park in Pennsylvania

Clear Creek State ParkClear Creek State Park covers 1,676 acres in the scenic Clear Creek Valley. Located just 11 miles from Cook Forest State Park, Clear Creek offers a unique outdoor experience. Hikers can explore the park on more than 15 miles of hiking trails. When in bloom, the beauty of the rhododendron and mountain laurel are unsurpassed. Many forms of wildlife inhabit the park including deer, black bear, turkey and grouse.

The Ox-shoe Historical Trail is a popular self-guided attraction affording a leisurely walk through the park. Scenic views of the area are available at Bear Town Rocks Trail. This trailhead is located near the entrance to Clear Creek State Park.

Opportunities abound for anglers in Clear Creek, where stocked and native brook trout can be found. Clear Creek, Callen Run and Clear Run are stocked with brook, rainbow and brown trout.

Upcoming Events

Jul
26
Wed
12:30 pm Snorkeling the Clarion @ Cook Forest State Park
Snorkeling the Clarion @ Cook Forest State Park
Jul 26 @ 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Please bring your masks & snorkels to the Park Office to search the river for aquatic insects and fish. This is a great opportunity to see fish and macros up close and personal and undisturbed in their natural habitat. It’s a totally different world down there. Sorry, no children under 12 years old. Minors must[...]
Jul
28
Fri
8:00 pm Cathedral: The Fight to Save th... @ Cook Forest State Park
Cathedral: The Fight to Save th... @ Cook Forest State Park
Jul 28 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
An HD short film, produced by Wild Excellence Films, is about the ancient hemlock trees of Cook Forest which are under attack from the hemlock woolly adelgid, a destructive insect that threatens the park’s old growth forest, a National Natural Landmark. The film covers threats to the forest and effort to combat this invasive insect.[...]
Jul
29
Sat
1:00 pm Fire Tower Historical Tour @ Cook Forest State Park
Fire Tower Historical Tour @ Cook Forest State Park
Jul 29 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Please bring your binoculars to the Fire Tower for an historical tour of Fire Tower #9 conducted by park volunteers, Kelley & Al Bilotto. Take a breathtaking view from the box at the very top of the Fire Tower and learn how it operated. The tower will be open from 100-300pm.
8:00 pm Cathedral: The Fight to Save th... @ Cook Forest State Park
Cathedral: The Fight to Save th... @ Cook Forest State Park
Jul 29 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
An HD short film, produced by Wild Excellence Films, is about the ancient hemlock trees of Cook Forest which are under attack from the hemlock woolly adelgid, a destructive insect that threatens the park’s old growth forest, a National Natural Landmark. The film covers threats to the forest and effort to combat this invasive insect.[...]
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