It has been a century since the Northcentral Highlands of Pennsylvania echoed with the sounds of timbering in its forests. This land is now, once more, a magnificent forest. In fact, almost half of Pennsylvania's state forests are in our region! Our area offers unparalleled scenery, clear and clean trout-filled waters, cathedral-like forests that teem with wildlife and more opportunities to escape the modern world and explore the natural world than you ever could imagine!


FISHING HIKING & BACKPACKING RAFTING & CANOEING
We have some of Pennsylvania's finest freestone trout streams - Pine Creek, Lyman Run, Cedar Run, Slate Run, Kettle Creek, Young Woman's Creek, Sinnemahoning Creek - as well as a number of lakes for warm-water species and for ice fishing in winter.


Photo: Curt Weinhold
A thousand miles of hiking trails in the region offer a variety of experiences for you to enjoy, including the Susquehannock Trail System (we helped write the trail guide), Black Forest Trail, the West Rim Trail atop the PA Grand Canyon and the new Pine Creek Rail Trail. E-mail or call us to order the following guides:
1. Guide to the Susquehannock Trail with waterproof maps---$10.95
2. Guide to the West Rim Trail with waterproof maps---$10.95
3. Short Hikes in God's Country---$10.95
4. Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon: A Natural & Human
History
---$12.95
In spring Pine Creek offers you
the opportunity to raft or canoe through the scenic Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Guided trips and equipment rentals are available.


Photo: Curt Weinhold
Our old rails are turning to trails.
SKIING PHOTOGRAPHY HISTORY SCENERY
The Susquehannock Lodge has direct access to hundreds of cross-country ski trails right from our back door. Or, if you prefer to ski downhill, Ski Denton (814-435-2115) is only a mile away. You will never run out of photo opportunities in the region. Whether it's the nearby Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania or one of over a dozen specially designated wild or natural areas, or a scenic overlook unique shots await only you and your camera! The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, a mile from the Susquehannock Lodge, tells the story of what life was like in Pennsylvania's wilderness at the height of the Lumbering Era. Thousands of miles of forestry roads allow you to enjoy scenic overlooks and an ever-changing variety of forest environments for you to enjoy. Nearby state parks add to the opportunities available for you to experience.
BICYCLING HUNTING GOLFING FESTIVALS
Forestry roads offer you a number of shaded and uninhabited country lanes where traffic is never a problem and peaceful scenery abounds. Old railroad grades and innumerable old trails make the area an unpublicized heaven for those who ride mountain bikes. The Susquehannock Lodge is in the heart of the Susquehannock State Forest, where deer, bear, wild turkey, grouse and small game abound. Two nearby offer challenging courses in scenic settings. Inquire about our golf packages. Choose any month in Pennsylvania's Northwoods and we offer you something to celebrate - Winter Festival, State Laurel Festival, Woodsmen's Carnival, Barkpeelers Convention, Bluegrass Festivals, Bowhunters Convention, Christmas Festivals, County Fairs, to name just a few!

All of this and the rest of Potter County await you here at the Susquehannock Lodge!



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