We hiked along the reservoir at Little Pine State Park. Saw some interesting rock outcrops along the way. At 2,158-acres, Little Pine State Park is located in the mountain section of Tiadaghton State Forest in the Pennsylvania Wilds. There also is the 60-acre Little Pine Lake, hiking trails, and a campground. Nesting bald eagles are prime attractions to the park.
Hiking at Little Pine State Park
2018-07-14T15:13:19-05:00By Robin Van Auken|Go Outdoors, Robin Van Auken|
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Robin Van Auken, CEO of Hands-on Heritage, is a writer and researcher, with 35+ years experience interviewing people and telling stories. Her educational background combines advanced degrees in Communications and Anthropology, with a focus on Public and Historical (Military/Industrial Sites) Archaeology. In addition to her work as a journalist, she is the author and co-author of a dozen books on regional history. An adjunct college instructor, she has directed multi-year historical and archaeological projects, working with hundreds of volunteers and temporary staff, and educating thousands of visitors.
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