Wildlife & Animal Exhibits

Feed a deer, come face-to-face with a bear, and meet the world-famous weather forcaster in Punxsutawney!  The Great Outdoors has tons of opportunities to see the wildlife with petting zoos, discovery centers, museums, and much more!

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  • Buck Barn

    Wildlife museum with over 100 taxidermy displays. World famous whitetails, including RDM Goliath, worlds highest scoring antlers. Admission included with Double Diamond Deer Ranch.
    Group tours available.
  • Buzzard Swamp Wildlife Viewing Area

    Most of the trails are not marked with diamonds, so watch the informational signs for directions. The skill level of the trails is easy and the terrain is relatively flat. Some of the trails are located within meadows with little protection from the sun and wind. Buzzard Swamp offers some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities on the Forest....
  • Double Diamond Deer Ranch

    Animal park featuring over 20 whitetail deer in natural wooded surroundings. Stop in for treat time and feed apples to the deer and bottles to the fawns. Call ahead for feeding schedules.

    Check out "Big Trucks Big Fun Playground" where kids can climb on real trucks and other fun things! Gift shop with unique Cook Forest and Deer Ranch...
  • Elk Country Visitor Center

    Premiere elk viewing and conservation education facility with 4D theater, interactive exhibits, live forest cams, horse-drawn wagon rides, gift shop and much more.

    The Elk Country Visitor Center is a premier elk watching and conservation education facility. The center is operated by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance whose mission is “To...
  • Farmers Inn

    Wildlife park including bear, deer and cougars, driving range, miniature golf courses, Brand New restaurant, bulk food store, and gift shops. Open Mother's Day thru Labor Day 7 days a week 9am-9pm, spring and fall weekends. Route 949, 2 miles north of Sigel.
  • Lewis Painter Memorial Trout Nursery

    Stop in and feed the fish! Each year since 1955, the Heath Township Sportsman's Club raises over 8,500 trout and stock five local streams for the fishing season. The club hosts a fishing derby each May at the Clear Creek State Park swimming hole for children 12 and under.
  • Long Shot Ammo & Arms

    The area's premier gun shop for shooters, hunters, collectors & protectors. Also check out our indoor shooting range and tour our Swift Safariland Museum.
  • Paul's Pumpkin Patch

    Home of the "famous" Frogtown Flinger pumpkin launcher! Pick your own pumpkins, fall decorating items, Not "too" Scary Nighttime Hayrides, barnyard zoo, and mini corn maze. School groups welcome. Located 1 mile off Rt. 66 at Frogtown.
  • Phil's Burrow

    Punxsutawney Phil and family in their natural habitat, located off Barclay Square at the Punxsutawney Memorial Library. Punxsutawney Phil can be seen from outside or from inside the Library.
  • 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...
  • Reiland Farm and Shoppe

    Farm & Retail Shoppe featuring yarns, spinning fibers, woven and knitted items, chair caning, along with handmade crafts and specialty gifts by local artisans.

  • Tionesta Fish Hatchery

    Open for free tours year round, the hatchery raises muskellunge, walleye and steelhead fingerlings for stocking the Commonwealth waters. The facility consists of earthen ponds, exterior curvilinear concrete raceways, a hatchery building that contains concrete and fiberglass interior raceways, circular tanks, and egg incubator jars. Open 7 days a...
  • 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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