Lycoming County hosts several of Pennsylvania's most beautiful State Parks & forests. There are lakes, waterfalls, creeks, trails, camping, boating, fishing, great views and just too much to list here.
Lycoming County, being the biggest county in the state, and one of the most rural, has plenty of room for some of the best state forests and parks around. We even offer river cruises on the Susquehanna River. You'll just have to come visit and experience the best for yourself.
Once you're here, no matter where you go in Lycoming County, you'll find a lot to your liking ...not to mention plenty of down home comforts and urban excitement along the way.
Loyalsock State Forest is named for the Loyalsock Creek, a scenic freestone stream that winds through the heart of its 114,494 acres. The forest spans across the northern tier's "Endless Mountains" and features flaming fall foliage and cascading waterfalls.
Little Pine State Park is in a beautiful mountain section of the Tiadaghton State Forest. Little Pine Lake, hiking trails and the campground are prime attractions to the park. The lake and connecting stream provide fishermen with the perfect spot to cast their lines. For the shooting enthusiast, Little Pine State Park has a state of the art shooting range available.
Worlds End State Park is in a narrow S-shaped valley of the Loyalsock Creek just south of Forksville, Sullivan County. Loyalsock Canyon Vista, reached via Mineral Spring and Cold Run roads, provides outstanding views, especially during fall foliage.