CLARION CO., Pa. (EYT) — For more than a century, the woodland charms of Cook Forest State Park have attracted vacationers in search of peace and quiet in nature.
The unspoiled 8,500-acres park is best known for its awe-inspiring stands of old-growth hemlock and white pine trees, some of which rank among the tallest and oldest in the northeastern United States.
Hikers can explore many trails and kayakers can paddle the picturesque Clarion River which flowing through the park.
Seneca Point and the nearby Fire Tower provide spectacular views of the wild & scenic Clarion River Valley below.
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Find more things to do, see, and experience in Cook Forest and the entire Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region online at VisitPAGO.com.