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Lock Haven, Pennsylvania

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Top Fishing Spots in and near Lock Haven

  • Waterville, Pennsylvania

    Kayak and Fish at Little Pine Lake

    5.0
    Little Pine State Park is a beautiful park in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania near Waterville. The lake is just above the campground and dam. Follow the signs at the picnic area to the boat launch.The lake offers a variety of fishing, stocked and native trout, smallmouth bass, pickerel, sunfish, ...
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  • Montgomery, Pennsylvania

    Hike through SGL 252

    5.0
    6 mi / 400 ft gain
    What was once known as the town of Alvira PA, is now known as State Game Lands number 252. During WWII the land was seized by the army and used as an army ordnance. Because of its past, while you are exploring, be on the lookout for old ammunition bunkers that have succumb to years of neglect, an...
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  • Morris, Pennsylvania

    Kayak or Canoe Pine Creek: Blackwell to Black Walnut Bottom

    The start of this trip is at the Blackwell boat launch.  Get some friends together and organize a trip, leave a car at Black Walnut Bottom for the take out.  Pine Creek can be very low in summer, check this water gauge, I recommend a minimum level of 1.8 feet.  Optimal would be 2.5-3.5 feet.  If ...
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  • Trout Run, Pennsylvania

    Fish at Rose Valley Lake

    4.0
    Rose Valley Lake, if you did not know is not a natural lake, it is man made. Construction of the 389-acre lake was completed in 1972. I prefer to fish for bass from the boat, but I will not hesitate to go out ice fishing in the winter either. On the lake, boats are limited to electric motors or g...
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  • McIntyre Township, Pennsylvania

    Explore Rock Run

    5.0
    Rock Run is a place that I would not turn down a chance to explore again and again. It is easy to get lost in your own thoughts reflecting on the beauty of the surroundings, swim in the always chilled waters, or get out your fishing pole and catch some trout during the season.After making your w...
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  • Coudersport, Pennsylvania

    Camp at Cherry Springs State Park

    4.6
    1 mi
    Cherry Springs State Park was my first ever International Dark Sky Park and it stole my heart, and I promise it will steal yours too.The park itself is very quaint, but don't let it's size deter you! The park is still as remote and wild as it was nearly two centuries ago, and that's nearly imposs...
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  • Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

    Kayak Camp the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

    5.0
    Start at the Big Meadows parking area in Ansonia. The water access is at Marsh Creek but almost immediately meets up with Pine Creek. Arrange a shuttle service with Pine Creek Outfitters to either pick you up or shuttle your vehicle to the take out at Blackwell and also pick up one of their wate...
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  • Forksville, Pennsylvania

    Catch a Sunset on Bear Wallow Pond

    Bear Wallow Pond is classified as a 22 acre lake in Sullivan County, Pennsylvania found on some mountain roads.  It is small, but still big enough to explore around and enjoy a relaxing paddle through lily pads.    There is an easy access boat launch to launch your kayak or canoe and descent siz...
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  • Forksville, Pennsylvania

    High Bridge Falls/Hoagland Branch

    This beautiful photogenic spot in Loyalsock State Forest is viewable as you drive by, but be sure to stop and take some photos. The Hoagland Branch Road (gravel forest road) drives right by this scenic waterfall and waterway, you will see it while crossing on a small bridge. There is a pull off ...
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  • New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Buffalo Ridge Trail

    2.5 mi
    This hike is marked as one of the most difficult at Little Buffalo, but we didn't find it to be overly exhausting. For someone that is used to hiking, this trail is a breeze. There are a few semi-steep inclines, but for the most part the trail is easy to navigate. There are picnic tables located ...
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