Fishing in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • Loleta Road Marienville, PA 16239
    Buzzard Swamp Wildlife Management Area, about 5 miles north of Loleta, is cooperatively managed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Forest Service. Eleven miles of trails for hikers,...
  • R.R. 1, Box 229 New Bethlehem, PA 16242
    Recreational area offering boating, fishing, picnic area and trails.
  • Route 346 Bradford, PA 16701
    This delightful family recreation spot is located along Rt. 346 just west of Bradford. Highlights include the Erik Benjamin Covered bridge which spans the spillway of the Marilla Reservoir, three...
  • Route 666 Marienville, PA 16239
    Minister Creek offers a campground, fishing area, restrooms and trails. No reservations available.
  • 3100 Big Moores Run Rd Austin, PA 16720-1406
    Headwaters trout fishing at its best. Catch and release fly fishing for some of the largest trout any where. Moores Run offers private streams with half mile beats and a 4 acre lake located in the...
  • 3372 State Park Rd. Penfield, PA 15849
    Moshannon State Forest boasts an extensive 244-mile hiking trail system. Its largest is the Quehanna Trail, a designated state forest trail, traversing Moshannon from Parker Dam to Sinnemahoning in...
  • 230 Pumpkin Rd. Ginter, PA 16651
    Mountz Memorial Park is a full service community park offering fishing, picnicking, and private rentals for all occasions
  • Wellsboro, PA 16901
    A 60-acre lake in Tioga County good for small boats and fishing. There is also a picnic pavilion, group barbecue pit, and archery range. The lake is a serene place for canoeists and kayakers. The...
  • 533 Brown Run Rd. Clarendon, PA 16313-4219
    North Country Outfitters and Charter Service offers fly and spin fishing, driftboat trips on the trophy trout section of the Allegheny River, as well as walk and wade trout excursions on various...
  • H.C. 62, Box 9 Cross Fork, PA 17729-9701
    The 123-acre park is along the Kettle Creek Valley and is called the Black Forest because of its once dense tree cover, mountainous terrain and wildnerness habitat. Call or go online for camping...
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