Wildlife Center at Sinnemahoning State Park


The scenic 75-mile Bucktail Trail, PA Route 120, travels through the charming community of Emporium. This winding trail named after the famous Civil War-era Bucktail Regiment, meanders along West Branch Susquehanna River and through the Pennsylvania Wilds Region. Emporium is the county seat of Cameron County and is surrounded by the Elk State Forest, Sizerville and Sinnemahoning State Parks. Only minutes away you can view Pennsylvania’s wild elk herd, explore horseback trails, take in a round of golf or encounter some of the state’s best fishing and hunting.

  • Brooks Run Fire Tower

    Found along Bucktail Path in Elk State Forest in Cameron County overlooking Sinnemahoning State Park. The fire tower is not open to the public, but a great sight to see! Originally built in 1921 and called Grove Mountain Run Fire Tower was moved on June 19, 1940 to the Brooks Run site, which is a considerably higher elevation. The 60-foot...
  • Cameron County Canoe and Kayak Classic

    Each April hundreds of paddlers brave the cold waters of the Driftwood branch of the Sinnemahoning Creek. Some Class One white water and whirlpools. April 2, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
  • Cameron County Chamber of Commerce and Artisan Center

    More than 65 artists sell their wares inside this artisan center found along the PA Wilds Artisan Trail. Take Route 120 from Ridgway or Lock Haven and you will find Emporium in the center! All the products are one of a kind hand made by the artist. Whether looking for an inexpensive gift like homemade soap or one of a kind paintings by artist John...
  • Keystone Predator Outfitters

    Guided musky and pike fly fishing northern PA with “2014 Musky Flyrod World Champion” Todd Deluccia ½ & full day trips, all gear provided.
  • Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania

    Paddle the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Search for traces of logging ghost towns. Watch an osprey plunge into the Allegheny River and emerge with a fish. Follow the route of a logging railroad as you bike the trail into the Pine Creek Gorge. In the Lumber Heritage Region, roughly two million acres of public lands give both wildlife and...
  • Quehanna Wild Area

    Nearly 50,000 acres, the Quehanna Wild Area covers parts of Cameron, Clearfield and Elk counties. This protected wildlife area has been named an Important Bird Area by the Pennsylvania Audubon Society and home to several species of birds and other animals including elk, deer coyotes.

    Hiking and biking are popular activities on the Quehanna...
  • Sinnemahoning State Park

    Located at the first fork of the Sinnemahoning Creek, this park offers a picturesque view of surrounding peaks and deep valleys. The habitat supports the Bald Eagle, black bear, white-tailed deer and elk. Interpretive boat rides on George B. Stevenson Reservoir are available during the summer. The 35-site campground is open from April to December....
  • Wildlife Center at Sinnemahoning State Park

    The Wildlife Center at Sinnemahoning was appropriately named after the numerous opportunities to watch wildlife within the park including bear, eagles, otters, deer, and elk. Inside houses offices, a classroom and a gallery of state of the art interpretive/interactive exhibits.

    The Park Office and Wildlife Center received the PA Wilds' 2014...

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