Parks & Recreation Areas

Parks & Recreation Areas

Come play in our backyard! The Great Outdoors Region boasts playgrounds and parks for the entire family's enjoyment! Enjoy a small family picnic or large gathering at a pavilion. Cool off during the hot summer days in the community pool or local swimming hole.

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  • Sandy Creek Trail

    Sandy Creek Trail runs east to the Village of Van, and will eventually connect with the Clarion Highlands Trail. The trail is paved asphalt. Nine miles south of Belmar, Indian God Rock can be found along the trail.
  • Scripture Rocks Heritage Park

    Short, easy hiking trail around a 4-acre park featuring over 70 engraved boulders carved by Douglas M. Stahlman in the early 1900's including Chapel Rock where he lived and penned his journals.
  • Seneca Point Overlook

    Located in Cook Forest State Park near old firetower #9 features a breathtaking view from more than 80 feet above the Clarion River.
  • 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....
  • Sizerville Nature Trail

    Take a self-guided tour of the Elk State Forest. Learn about forest management practices, tree identification, insects, and tree diseases as you hike through a working forest. Along the way, you'll see northern hardwoods, pine plantations, oak forests, and evidence of old logging practices. Features parking with restrooms and camping at nearby...
  • Sizerville State Park

    23 RV and tent sites . Most sites have electricity. Flush toilets, showers and sanitary dump station available. Five walk-in tent sites offer a secluded streamside setting. This 390 acre park is surrounded by nearly a half-million acres of state forest. Picnic tables and pavilions, swimming and wading pools. Easy to challenging hiking...
  • Square Timber- Big Run Wild Area

    Nearly 8,500 acres in Elk State Forest. This large undeveloped area provides opportunities for primitive recreation such as hiking, hunting, fishing, and wildlife photography.

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