This 386-acre park, located in both Cameron and Potter counties, consists of deciduous hardwoods, pine stands and two trout streams. The park is surrounded by 460,617 acres of Elk and Susquehannock State Forests. Five loop trails offer hiking and wildlife-watching opportunities. The park also supports the Bucktail Path Trail that is part of an extensive trail system in north central PA. Nesting birds found in the park include American Redstart, Magnolia Warbler, Ovenbird, Dark-eyed Junco, Hermit Thrush, Wild Turkey and Northern Waterthrush. Look in the brushy areas by the maintenance compound for Indigo Bunting, Common Yellowthroat and Broad-winged Hawk. Year-round birds include Pileated Woodpecker, Ruffed Grouse and Eastern Screech Owl, migratory and summer birds include, Broad-winged hawk, warblers, flycatcher species and Scarlet Tanager, in winter, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Evening Grosbeak and possibly Pine Siskin and Wrens. Other wildlife includes black bear and bobcat.