Bird & Wildlife Watching in Pennsylvania's Great Lakes Region PA

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  • 301 Peninsula Dr., Ste. 1 Erie, PA 16505-2042
    814-833-7424
    The seven miles of sandy beaches washed by the clear waters of Lake Erie, provide visitors with the only surf swimming in PA. Beaches are open daily from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day from 10 a...
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  • 2660 Williamsfield Rd. Jamestown, PA 16134-3560
    724-932-3142
    Pymatuning is one of the largest state parks in the Commonwealth.Boats with 10HP or les are pemitted on the lake. There are three boat marinas, 645 campsites,and 25 modern rental cabins are...
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  • 2660 Williamsfield Rd. Jamestown, PA 16134-3560
    724-932-3142
    This hiking trail is a boardwalk path. A mile long, it connects to the Jamestown cabin area within the Pymatuning State Park. Parking and access are along the West Lake Road.
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  • 12590 Hartstown Rd. Linesville, PA 16424
    814-683-5545
    The Wildlife Museum includes exhibits and displays on native animals and birds. The museum also hosts a variety of special programs throughout the year. If you want some exercise, try the nature...
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  • 393 S. Tunnel Rd. Kennerdell, PA 16374-3427
    412-780-7637
    Riffle Runner Excursions is a family-operated business with more than 35 years of experience living on the Allegheny River. We offer exciting adventures between Franklin and Foxburg aboard a 24...
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  • 2442 Kelly Rd. Hermitage, PA 16148
    724-962-7746
    Enjoy the outdoors at Shenango River Lake, and experience all it has to offer. Visitors can spend the day picnicking, camping, swimming, or wildlife viewing. Fishing enthusiasts can test the waters...
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  • 2442 Kelly Rd. Hermitage, PA 16148
    724-962-7746
    The Shenango Trail offers a wealth of natural attractions. Many species of both plants and animals thrive in the region. The nearby Seth Meyers Trail is only .5 miles long, but it offers the...
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  • 211 Chestnut St. Meadville, PA 16335-3408
    814-432-3188
    All types of wildlife uses are available. The area is particularly good for birding, especially wetland birds and eagles. Please be aware of and respect restricted areas.
  • 211 Chestnut St. Meadville, PA 16335-3408
    814-432-3188
    The area offers some of the best wildlife viewing available. Several roads transect the area and offer access. Special regulations apply - please observe all posted signs.
  • 1509 Pittsburgh Rd Franklin, PA 16323
    814-432-3188
    9,634 acres of wilderness contribute to this natural resource near the town of Pearl in Venango County.
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