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Download a copy of Primitive Backpack Camping Guidelines and Ethics distributed by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry. It contains the regulations for primitive backpack camping within our state forest districts. Please remember, in the back country you are on your own. Please be prepared to take care of yourself and the back country enviroment.
The DCNR (Department ofConservation and Natural Resources) has updated their site that includes a new Pennsylvania Online Rails-to-Trails Guide with interactive maps, photographs of the rails trails and an abundance of information free for public use. This includes a total number of Open Rail Trails: 95. There are 968.6 miles of open trail, 101.5 miles under construction, and 654 miles in proposal phase. "Contained in this web site is information on Rails-Trails open to the public, under construction, and proposed. DCNR will periodically update this site as information comes into us from our many trail partners." ... DCNR 
In the near future all trails included in the Rails-to-Trails projects will carry the DCNR insignia  with the link to their respective page for more information.
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Pittsburgh Region
Pocono Mountains/Endless Mountains
Philadelphia and its Countryside/Lehigh Valley
Valleys of the Susquehanna
Guidelines for a Safe Hike 
The following guidelines will help ensure a safe and enjoyable hiking experience while at the park.
  •  Check the weather before you hike. It is not safe to hike in thunderstorms or when heavy snow is expected. 
  •  Wear sturdy shoes to protect your feet. 
  •  Carry the proper safety equipment like a poncho, first aid kit and a whistle. 
  •  Carry drinking water. DO NOT drink from streams, springs or lakes without properly treating the water first! 
  •  Observe wildlife from a safe distance. Do not try to get close to wild animals. 
  •  Stay on the trail. If you hike off of the trail, you might get lost or cause damage to unique natural resources. 
  •  Let someone know where you are hiking and when you should return. 
  •  Give yourself plenty of time for your hike. Plan to be off the trails well before dark. 
  •  Don't overestimate your abilities. Use a map to select the trail and distance. 
New Parks under Development
Pittsburgh Region: Allegheny Islands State Park located in Allegheny County
Pocono Mountains/Endless Mountains Region: Prompton State Park is located in Wayne County, Pennsylvania
Pocono Mountains/Endless Mountains Region:Varden Conservation Area located in Wayne County
Pocono Mountains/Endless Mountains Region:Nescopeck State Park is in Luzerne County
Philadelphia and its Countryside/Lehigh Valley Region: Benjamin Rush State Park is in Philadelphia County
Please note:
Some trail systems are very extensive (5+) and take a large amount of space to list each one individually. For those trail systems marked as extensive trail system, please download the accompanying trail information in *.pdf format for trail description, length, name, and trailhead location (if available.) In this way, you can have all the complete trail information for that park without shortcuts or abbreviations used to conserve space and time. 
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Trails in *pdf format can be downloaded alone or with the complete park information (bigger file not good for dial-ups.). Maps are marked in BOLD font and downloaded individually in *.pdf format. If maps are in *zip format, the file contains several maps that encompass that particular area. Feel free to ask the trailmaster any questions about the downloads:

ANF Forests Notes: There is a network of over 50 trails in the Allegheny National Forest . For a complete up to date trail condition report in *pdf format, please click here.
There are over 600 campsites, 6 boat launches, 6 canoe access sites, 2 nationally designated wildernesses and many miles of hiking, snowmobiling and ATV trails. Download recreation map of the entire Allegheny Forest Region for Campgrounds, Trails, Rec Areas 
Appalachian Trail Maps Downloads:
All sections from New Hampshire & Maine to the Carolina's
Pennsylvaina Section Only*pdf or beautiful color Gif
HIKING - BACKPACK  State Park Areas- DCNR Areas
Region | Park Trail Name Length Blaze Trailhead | Access Miscellaneous Downloads
Lake Erie
Maurice K. Goddard

Multi-use Trail

The Wilhelm Trail
On North Shore 
12 mile loop
Rated: moderate
not available not available not available Maurice.PDF

Cross-country Ski Trail
On South Shore
Rated: moderate not available not available share the road with motor vehicles Maurice.PDF

Falling Run Nature Trail 0.7-mile loop
Rated: moderate
yellow rectangle not available drops 90 feet in elevation in less than 1,000 feet and cascades over a small waterfall Maurice.PDF

Goddard Mckeever Hiking Trail 1.25-mile connector trail 
Rated: difficult
orange rectangle not available connects MKG State Park to the trail system of Mckeever Environmental Learning Center Maurice.PDF

Oil Creek
(Self-guiding Trails)
Delzell Trail

Blood Farm Interpretive Trail
Petroleum Centre Walking Tour

not available
not available If you find yourself lost, travel downhill to the bicycle trail or Oil Creek and follow either upstream to Drake Well or downstream to the park office at Petroleum Centre not available Oil Creek.PDF
(Regular Trails) Girard Hiking Trail
five connecting loops 
36-mile  yellow
Two overnight hike-in shelter areas (Cow Run and Wolfkiel Run) are along the trail Petroleum Centre in the south and Drake Well Museum in the north Oil Creek.PDF
Presque Isle 

Extensive Trail System

16 Trails
Karl Boyes Multi-purpose Nat'l RecTrail-ADA accessible
Presque Isle Trail Info Only Presque Isle Trail Info Only Presque Isle Trail Info Only Presque Isle Trail Info Only Presque Isle.PDF
(trail & park info)
Pittsburgh Region

Hillman State Park

not available not available not available not available This park is managed for hunting by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Hiking trails are open to the public.
Hillman State Park.PDF
no map available at this time
Jennings Environmental Education Center 14 total trails broken into 2 sections:
Woodland Trails
Prairie Trails
7 miles not available not available Varying terrain and diverse habitats.
Designed as a series of loops.
Foot traffic only!
McConnells Mill State Park 
North Country Trail
Alpha Pass
Hells Hollow
Slipper Rock Gorge
1.5 miles
0.5 miles
2 miles
6.2 miles
not available
Begins at the Alpha Pass scenic vista 
Begins at the Hells Hollow parking lot 
South of the Old Mill and begins at either end of the covered bridge
Begins jointly with Hell’s Hollow Trail at the Hells Hollow parking lot
not available McConnells.PDF

Moraine State Park

North Country Trail
Hilltop Trail 1.1 short loop
3 mile long loop
Rated: moderate
green Adjacent to the entrance of Bear Run Boat Launch not available Moraine.PDF
Sunken Garden Trail 3 miles
Rated: moderate
pink First right off of Pleasant Valley Road adjacent to Pleasant Valley Boat Launch. not available Moraine.PDF
Pleasant Valley Trail 2.6 miles
Rated: Easy
yellow Directly across Pleasant Valley Road from the Pleasant Valley Picnic Area not available Moraine.PDF
Wyggeston Trail 1.5-mile loop
Rated: moderate to difficult 
orange Accessed from Christley Road just west of Route 528 and the southern terminus from Old Route 422 rougher, rockier terrain 
takes you into a remote, undeveloped section of the park 
Glacier Ridge Trail 14 miles
Rated: Difficult
blue PA Route 528 (two connector trails yellow blaze), Mount Union Road (Twp. Route 10050), Bike Rental Building and McDanel's Launch Area. Part of the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Trail extends 14 mi. from the west end of Park to Jennings Environmental Edu Center
Five Points Trail 1.5 mile
Rated: Easy
light green  located near Lakeview Beach  not available Moraine.PDF
Point State Park  not available not available not available not available Visitors walk along paved promenades on the riverfront and to overlooks for dramatic views  Point.PDF
Raccoon Creek State Park

Extensive Trail System

11 Hiking Trails
Backpacking Trails

Please download trail information in *.pdf format

44 miles
19.5 miles
Raccoon-Trail Info Only


Trails are variations of multi-use and single use trails. 

Special regulations are posted at each trailhead!

Raccoon Creek.PDF
(park & trail info)
Laurel Highlands/Southern Alleghenies Bear Run Nature Preserve 20+ miles of trails not available Trailhead is located 3.5 miles north of Ohiopyle on SR381 Surrounding Fallingwater, the Bear Run Nature Reserve -over 5,000 acres of mountain land -trails for hiking, nature study, and backpack camping.  bear run.bmp
Blue Knob

Extensive Trail System

Blue Knob Trail Info Only 18 miles of trails Blue Knob Trail Info Only Blue Knob Trail Info Only Blue Knob Trail Info Only Blue Knob.PDF
(trail & park info)
Canoe Creek not available 8 miles not available Please wear fluorescent orange when hiking during hunting seasons. not available Canoe Creek.PDF
Cowans Gap
Appalachian Trail (AT)
12 Trails Cowans Gap Trail Info Only Cowans Gap Trail Info Only Cowans Gap Trail Info Only Cowans Gap Trail Info Only Cowans Gap.PDF
Tuscarora Trail

Please download trail information in *.pdf format

Rated: moderate
not available Begins across Aughwick Road from Parking Lot #3 Spur trail to the Appalachian Trail.

(Please download trail information in *.pdf format)

Cowans Gap section of the trail is renowned for its unusual rock outcroppings and rock fields. 

Cowans Gap.PDF
Greenwood Furnace TRAILHEAD TO:
Greenwood Spur section of MST

The Link Trail to Cowans Gap

Greenwood Trail Info Only Greenwood Trail Info Only Greenwood Trail Info Only Greenwood Trail Info Only Greenwood.PDF

(trail & park info)

Keystone 5 Trails
3 are loop trails
6 miles not available not available not available Keystone.PDF
Kooser The Kincora Trail  1 mile not available Many short trails are in the day use area and cross-country ski trails are also available for hiking. not available Kooser.PDF
Laurel Hill Listed according to difficulty, arranged from the easiest to the most difficult. Most are wide, easily followed and, therefore, not color blazed.  12 miles

Laurel Hill Trails list Only

Laurel Hill Trails list Only Laurel Hill Trails list Only Laurel Hill Trails list Only Laurel Hill.PDF 
(park & trail info)
Laurel Ridge

LRHT Special Regulations

Extensive Trail System

Laurel Ridge Hiking Trail - open year round (LRHT)
Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail (LHHT)
(LRHT) 70 miles
Rated: very difficult

not available
not available

Blazed approximately every 100 feet with 2" and 5" yellow blazes. Side trails are marked with blue blazes
Southern end in Ohiopyle and it’s northern end near Johnstown.
Overnight shelter area is located every 8-10 miles  with fireplaces, non-flush toilets, a water supply and spaces for 30 tents. 
not available
not available


Laurel Ridge.PDF (park & trail info)
Linn Run

Mountain bikes are NOT permitted on hiking trails

Adams Falls  1-mile not available Features a mountain waterfall tucked in among rhododendron and hemlock not available Linn Run.PDF
Iscrupe Trail  0.75-mile  not available Follows the original Linn Run Road  not available Linn Run.PDF
Flat Rock Trail   0.5-mile  not available Ends at a large, smooth rock in the stream Linn Run. Swimming is not permitted not available Linn Run.PDF
Grove Run Trail  4-mile not available Part of this trail follows Grove Run not available Linn Run.PDF

Extensive Trail System

Ohiopyle Trails Information only 79 miles Ohiopyle Trails Information only Ohiopyle Trails Information only Ohiopyle Trails Information only Ohiopyle.PDF (park & trail info)
Prince Gallitzin 10 Trails
Prince Gallitzin
Trail Info Only
12 miles not available Prince Gallitzin
Trail Info Only
Prince Gallitzin
Trail Info Only
Prince Gallitzin.PDF (park & trail info)
Ryerson Station not available 11 miles not available not available Traverse many habitats, like mature forests, wet valley bottoms, evergreen plantations and fields in ecological succession. Ryerson.PDF
Shawnee Colvin  0.4-mi
Felton 2 mi
Field  2 mi
Forbes 3.8 mi
Lake Shore 3.4 mi
Lost Antler 0.8-mi
Pigeon Hills 1.7-mi
Shawnee 1.5-mi
Tiday 0.9-mi
15 miles not available not available not available Shawnee.PDF
Trough Creek

Extensive Trail System

10 Trails Trough Creek Trails Info Only Trough Creek Trails Info Only Trough Creek Trails Info Only Trough Creek Trails Info Only Trough.PDF
Warriors Path not available 3 miles
varying degrees of difficulty
not available not available Traverse through woods and field areas Warriors.PDF
Whipple Dam not available 1 miles not available not available Connects to the Rothrock State Forest trails Whipple Dam.PDF
Yellow Creek Laurel Run Trail  0.5-mile loop 
Rated: easy
not available starts at the park office Beautiful in the spring when wildflowers abound Yellow Creek.PDF
Ridgetop Trail  2-mile 
Rated: difficult
not available Begins in the beach/day-use area  Winds through a variety of habitats Yellow Creek.PDF
Damsite Trail  2.5-miles not available Follow PA 259 south from the park office. After taking a right turn at the stop sign, turn onto Hoffman Road, the second road to your right. This road ends at a small parking area where the Damsite Trail begins. Offers a view of the Yellow Creek dam Yellow Creek.PDF
Philadelphia /Lehigh Valley

Delaware Canal

multi-use trails

Delaware Canal towpath runs from Easton to Bristol and is a National Recreation Trail. 60-mile not available not available For 30 miles, the Delaware Canal towpath parallels New Jersey's D&R Canal towpath, separated only by the Delaware River. Six bridges link the two trails. Del-Canal.PDF
Evansburg not available 6-miles
Rated: easy-moderate
not available not available not available Evansburg.PDF
Fort Washington not available 3.5 miles 
Rated:moderate - difficult
not available not available not available Fort Wash.PDF

multi-use trails

Facilities are for use by hikers, all-terrain bicyclists, horseback riders and cross-country skiers 18.5 miles  not available not available not available Jacobs.PDF
Marsh Creek Trails explore a variety of habitats including forest, field and wetlands not available not available not available not available Marsh.PDF
Neshaminy Logan Walk

River Walk Trail
4-miles not available Trailheads for both River Walk trails begin and end on Logan Walk The tree-lined walk is used by visitors for numerous recreational activities Nesham.PDF
Nockamixon not available 3 miles  not available Steeper hiking trails are in the environmental study area not available Nock.PDF
Ralph Stover not available 1 mile 
Rated: easy
not available not available Walking trail only R-Stover.PDF
Ridley Creek not available 12 miles  not available not available Trails pass through a variety of habitats throughout the central portion of the park Ridley.PDF

Extensive Trail System

Please download Tyler Trail info only in *.pdf format 23 miles  not available Please download Tyler Trail info only in *.pdf format not available Tyler.PDF
(park & trail info)
White Clay Creek  not available 3-miles not available Runs entire northern portion of Preserve and ties in with trails in the White Clay Creek Preserve in Delaware. not available White.PDF
Valleys of the Susquehanna

Bald Eagle

multi-use trails

Butterfly Trail 
hiking - cross-country skiing
Rated: easy
red Mowed trail, created for the conservation of butterflies Trailhead is located west of the beach area near Pavilion #6 Bald Eagle.PDF
Hunter Run West 
hiking - cross-country skiing – hunting
Rated: moderate
orange Mowed pathway weaves around the foothills of the Allegheny Plateau Trailhead for both trails is at the Route 150 underpass on the road past the Russell P. Letterman Modern Campground.  Bald Eagle.PDF
Hunter Run East Trail 
hiking - cross-country skiing – hunting
Rated: moderate
yellow Scenic view of Hunter Run Cove and some wet areas do not have bridges or boardwalks Trailhead for both trails is at the Route 150 underpass on the road past the Russell P. Letterman Modern Campground.  Bald Eagle.PDF
Lakeside Trail
hiking – hunting
2.9 miles or 5.4 miles 
Rated: moderate
blue Rocky, flat trail runs along the base of Bald Eagle Mountain Begins at the restroom at Bald Eagle Boat Launch Bald Eagle.PDF
Skyline Drive Trail 
hiking - cross-country skiing
2 miles 
white This area is favorite habitat for swallowtail butterflies, bluebirds, and cottontail rabbits not available Bald Eagle.PDF
Black Moshannon

Extensive Trail System

multi-use trails

Please download Trail Info Only

13 trails- Hiking

16-miles total TRAILHEAD TO:
Alegheny Front Trail
Please download Trail Info Only Please download Trail Info Only Allegheny Front Trail
Black Moshannon.PDF
Hyner Run /hyner View
multi-use trails
Park is the eastern trailhead for the 53-mile Donut Hole Trail system 5-miles not available Shorter hikes are available close to the park on state forest lands. not available Hyner.PDF
Kettle Creek
multi-use trails
Part of the 53-mile Donut Hole Trail system 2 miles  not available Novice and experienced hikers will find an abundance of trails in the park area Access at parking lot across from the Lower Campground Kettle.PDF
Little Pine

Extensive Trail System

multi-use trails

Little Pine Trail Info Only

Part of the network of Mid-State Trail

14-miles Little Pine Trail Info Only There are also many miles of trails in the adjacent Tiadaghton State Forest. Little Pine Trail Info Only Little Pine.PDF
Milton not available 1-mile not available The trails explore the riverine habitats of the north side of the river island. not available Milton.PDF
Penn-Roosevelt Trail system includes:
Mid-State Trail
Tioga State Forest Trails
Greenwood Furnace Park
not available not available Many trails are on nearby state forest land.  not available Penn.PDF
Poe Paddy Trail system includes:
Mid-State Trail
not available orange rectangular blazes 250-foot long Paddy Mountain Railroad Tunnel on the Mid State Trail not available P-Dad.PDF
Poe Valley Connects to the extensive trail network of Bald Eagle State Forest. 3-miles not available Mid-State Trail passes through Poe Valley not available P-Val.PDF
R.B.Winter not available 6.3-miles
Rated: easy
not available Short stretches of steep inclines not available R-Winter.PDF
Ravensburg Raven Trail  1-miles not available Runs the length of the park, parallel to Rauchtown Run

Access to longer hiking trails in Tiadaghton State Forest

not available Raven.PDF
Reeds Gap Honey Creek Trail Loop  1.8-mile red not available not available Reeds.PDF
Blue Jay Trail Loop 1.3 miles blue Goes along Honey Creek through the main activity areas of the park not available Reeds.PDF
Flicker Path  0.5 miles yellow Leaves the Blue Jay Trail by the swimming pool and rejoins it by Reeds Gap Run not available Reeds.PDF
Self-guiding Interpretive Trail 1.1 mile green Follows parts of Blue Jay and Honey Creek trails between the swimming pool complex and Picnic Pavilion #3 Starts at the kiosk beside the snack bar  Reeds.PDF
Reeds Gap Spur Trail  18-miles not available Climbs through Reeds Gap along scenic Reeds Gap Run to Knob Ridge Road and continues to Poe Valley State Park Starts at the park office  Reeds.PDF
Shikellamy Shikellamy Overlook Nature Trail 1-mile not available Unique geologic formations can be studied in the park  not available Shikellamy.PDF
Paved hiking and biking path encircles Shikellamy Marina 1-mile not available not available not available Shikellamy.PDF
Pocono Mts/Endless Mts
Archbald Pothole
not available not available not available not available Small loop trail starting at the wayside follows an old coal mine tram road  Archbald Pothole.PDF
Beltzville Trails vary in length 15 miles of trails  not available not available Short description of each trail can be found in the “Beltzville Trail Guide,” Available from the park office.


Big Pocono The trail system consists of three interconnecting trails designated as North Trail (red), South Trail, (yellow) and Indian Trail (orange).  7-miles varying not available Inexperienced hikers should inquire at the park office before attempting North Trail. Big Pocono State Park.PDF
Frances Slocum Frances Slocum Trail 0.7-mile blue Begins and ends at the boat rental parking lot not available Frances Slocum.PDF
Campground Trail 1- mile white  Stony Point parking lot or from behind the Organized Group Tenting Area not available Frances Slocum.PDF
Deer Trail 1.3-mile, 2.5 miles, 3.8 miles  yellow Starts at the environmental interpretive center Has three loops Frances Slocum.PDF
Lakeshore Trail 1.4-mile red Begins at the Campground Road bridge or the Big Pines Picnic Area  Follows the lake shore making it popular with shore anglers. Frances Slocum.PDF
Larch Tree Trail 2 miles orange not available Hilly trail loops around the northeast corner of the park Frances Slocum.PDF
Gouldsboro Prospect Rock Trail 5.8 miles
Rated: difficult
blue not available Double blazes indicates a change of direction or a junction of two trails Gouldsboro.PDF
Old Route 611 1.25 miles
Rated: easy
blue not available not available Gouldsboro.PDF
Trails at Tobyhanna and Gouldsboro:
Frank Gantz Trail


3.2 -miles
Rated: difficult
red not available Frank Gantz Trail connects to Tobyhanna at Lakeside Trail and to Gouldsboro in the south day use parking lot Gouldsboro.PDF
Hickory Run

Extensive Trail System

multi-use trails

24 trails 

H-Run Trail Info Only

43-miles H-Run Trail Info Only H-Run Trail Info Only Hiking-only trails have yellow blazes. Blue-blazed trails allow cross-country skiing and orange-blazed trails allow snowmobiling.  Hickory Run.PDF
Lackawanna not available 5-miles not available not available A series of looping trails  Lackawanna.PDF
Lehigh Gorge contains maps of Rockport, Glenonoko, and White Haven areas 26-miles not available not available The Gorge is a natural area that possesses natural hazards like steep and treacherous terrain and fast-moving water. Hikers must protect themselves from life-threatening accidents. Lehigh.PDF
Locust Lake Oak/Ridge Trail 0.75 mile
Rated: easy
white / blue not available self-guiding trail Locust Lake.PDF
Oak/Hemlock Trail 2 miles
Rated: moderate
white/yellow not available unique geological outcropping. Locust Lake.PDF
Oak Loop Trail 4- miles
Rated: difficult
white not available Encircles a ridge located in a mature deciduous forest Locust Lake.PDF
Mt. Pisgah

multi-use trails

not available 10-miles not available not available Suitable for everyone from the casual walker to the experienced hiker Mt_P.PDF

multi-use trails

not available 19-miles not available Many of the trails begin along Honey Hole Road Several trails lead to and parallel the beautiful Nescopeck Creek Nescopeck.PDF
Promised Land

New trail system

At each trail intersection, a sign will designate the trail name, trail uses, equipment permitted, distances, directions, and other pertinent information. Permitted trail usage is designated by international symbols.  50-miles Designated recreational trails in this area are marked with a vertical blue blaze.  not available not available Promised Land.PDF
Ricketts Glen

Extensive Trail System

multi-use trails

Ricketts Glen Trail Info Only

11 Trails

26-miles not available Ricketts Glen Trail Info Only Ricketts Glen Trail Info Only Ricketts Glen.PDF
Salt Spring Hemlock Trail

Map provided by Friends of Salt Spring State Park

2-miles not available Above the picnic area are hiking trails Provides some shorter trails, the country dirt roads are also available for those taking a longer trek. Salt Springs.PDF
Tobyhanna Lakeside Trail 5.1-miles
blue not available This improved trail has a hardened base for hiking and bicycling in summer and cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in winter.  Toby.PDF
Yellow Trail 3.3-miles
Rated: difficult
yellow Trailhead on Lakeside Trail  not available Toby.PDF
Trails at Tobyhanna and Gouldsboro:
Frank Gantz Trail
Rated: difficult
red Connects to Tobyhanna at Lakeside Trail and to Gouldsboro in the south day use parking lot.  not available Toby.PDF
Tuscarora 7 Trails

Tusc Trail Info Only

3.8-miles All of the trails are road width and do not have blazes Tusc Trail Info Only The trails wander through several habitats like mature deciduous forest, meadow and agricultural fields. Tusc State Park.PDF
Worlds End Worlds End Trail Info Only 20-miles various Worlds End Trail Info Only not available World.PDF
We do our best to gather all public trail information available from public sites and place it in one area for your convenience. We know there are many trails not mentioned that we are not aware of or do not have access to. Please send us any information you have on any trails and we will add it to its respective page and keep them updated. mailto:

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