Pennsylvania Outdoor Destinations
Pennsylvania offers a wealth of outdoor recreation for families. There are 120 state parks representing approximately one percent of the states land. The state is close to its goal of having at least one state park within 25 miles of every state resident.
The state has no ocean shoreline. It makes up for it with its shoreline along Lake Erie, one of the massive Great Lakes. Pennsylvania contains a range of lakes, rivers, mountains and woodlands that host a wealth of outdoor activities.
Pennsylvania contains approximately 230 miles of the famous Appalachian Trail.
|Cooksburg||PA||Cook Forest State Park|
|Erie||PA||Presque Isle State Park|
|Fayetteville||PA||Caledonia State Park|
|Forksville||PA||Worlds End State Park|
|Fort Washington||PA||Fort Washington State Park|
|Gardners||PA||Pine Grove Furnace State Park|
|Howard||PA||Bald Eagle State Park|
|Imler||PA||Blue Knob State Park|
|Jonestown||PA||Swatara State Park|
|Kane||PA||Kinzua Bridge State Park|
|Newport||PA||Little Buffalo State Park|
|Ohiopyle||PA||Ohiopyle State Park|
|Philipsburg||PA||Black Moshannon State Park|
|Pipersville||PA||Ralph Stover State Park|
|Portersville||PA||McConnells Mill State Park|
|Sandy Lake||PA||Maurice K. Goddard State Park|
|Saylorsville||PA||Hickory Run State Park|
|Sweet Valley||PA||Ricketts Glen State Park|
|Valley Forge||PA||Valley Forge National Historical Park|
|Whitehaven||PA||Lehigh Gorge State Park|