Bird & Wildlife Watching in Laurel Highlands PA

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  • POB 403, 147 Municipal Bldg Rd Melcroft, PA 15462
    724-455-2866
    Six mile stone surface for hiking and biking trail along Indian Creek from Champion to Indianhead.
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  • 1150 Keystone Park Rd. Derry, PA 15627-3679
    724-668-2939
    Keystone State Park is great for family vacations year-round. Camping, modern cabins, trails of all sorts, a lake, and a swimming beach provide an ideal setting for a summer outing. The park is...
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  • 943 Glades Pk. Somerset, PA 15501-5808
    814-445-8673
    Small mammals like woodchucks, chipmunks, and gray, red, and fox squirrels are commonly seen throughout the park during daylight hours. White-tailed deer and eastern cottontail rabbits are most...
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  • Routes 381 and 711, Somerset and Fayette counties Rockwood, PA 15557
    This 68-mile drive takes you from rolling hillside to rushing waterfalls and from picturesque farmlands to architectural wonders.
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  • 1454 Laurel Hill Park Rd. Somerset, PA 15501-5629
    814-445-7725
    Anglers may test their abilities against bass, trout, catfish, suckers, bluegill, perch, crappies and sunfish in the lake 24 hours a day. Fishing is also permitted in Laurel Hill Creek and Jones...
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  • 1117 Jim Mountain Rd. Rockwood, PA 15557-5454
    724-455-3744
    Laurel Ridge State Park stretches along the Laurel Mountain from the picturesque Youghiogheny River at Ohiopyle to the Conemaugh Gorge near Johnstown.
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  • Linn Run Road Rector, PA 15677
    724-238-6623
    Linn Run State Park is 612 acres & borders Forbes State Forest. The varied topography & mixed hardwood & evergreen forest make this park a scenic place for picnicking, hiking & cabin rentals. Grove...
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  • 110 Andi Ln. Ligonier, PA 15658-8703
    724-238-7560
    Many different types of wildlife abound in this heavily forested area. A must see is the Spruce Flats Bog area, an area of obscure origin, that is home to cranberry, cotton grass, and insect-eating...
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  • 171 Dinnerbell Rd. Ohiopyle, PA 15470
    724-329-8591
    The majority of Ohiopyle State Park is open for hunting. Check with the Game Commission for seasons. A delayed harvest artificial lore only section of Meadow Run is great for trout fishing while...
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  • 400 Kentuck Rd. Ohiopyle, PA 15470
    724-329-8591
    Ohiopyle State Park is 19,056 acres with many recreational activities.
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