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Our facilities are located in the Cook Forest/Pennsylvania Wilds area of the state, two of which sit right on the beautiful Clarion River!

From CookForest.com:

Cook Forest State Park encompasses 6,668 acres in northwestern Pennsylvania. Bordered by the picturesque Clarion River, the park is most known for virgin white pine and hemlock timber stands. Classified as a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service, Cook Forest State Park is often referred to as the “Black Forest” of Pennsylvania.

Cook Forest State Park

The park is located in Clarion, Forest and Jefferson counties. From the east take exit 13 off Interstate Route 80 then PA Route 36 North, directly to the park in Cooksburg. From the west take exit 8 off Interstate Route 80 then take PA Route 66 North to Leeper. From Leeper follow PA Route 36 South, 7 miles to the park.

Cook Forest State Park is open year-round. A trail system of 27 miles reaches magnificent timber stands. Family camping, organized group tenting and log cabins are available. Fishing, picnicking, swimming and canoeing are popular summer pursuits. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, sledding and ice-skating.

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