CLEAR CREEK STATE MAP PENNSYLVANIA
10,000 acres. Clear Creek State Forest is made up of several units in northwest Pennsylvania, including lands adjacent to Allegheny National Forest and along the Allegheny River. In the region are hardwood forests with streams, and among the wildlife are whitetailed deer, black bear, and wild turkey.
Activities: Hiking and backpacking are available on about 47 miles of easy to moderate trails, and there are some 11 miles of trails for crosscountry skiing. Horseback riding is also possible, and canoeing on the river is another option. Hunting and fishing are permitted in season.
Camping Regulations: Camping and campfires are generally allowed, except where posted otherwise. Campsites should be at least 100 feet from trails and 200 feet from roads. Camping more than one night at any campsite requires a permit.
For Further Information: Clear Creek State Forest, P.O. Box 705, Clarion, PA 16214; (814)226-1901.