Cook Forest State Park

We went camping at Cook Forest State Park for two nights. It was our 3rd time camping here. We enjoy staying in the cabins built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. We did a lot of hiking, and the 300-400-year-old trees are the best part. I loved that we could hike some trails from our cabin and make a big loop back just in time for lunch or dinner. We also visited Beartown Rocks, a short drive down the road at Clear Creek State Park. The boulders here are as big as houses, and it is one of the largest rock outcroppings in PA.

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  1. Pam says:

    Beautiful!

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