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Frances Slocum State Park

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Frances Slocum State Park, Pennsylvania

Get ready for a whole slew of beautiful days at Frances Slocum State Park. The wildlife-viewing is top-notch here, and while you can picnic and boat in a lot of places, the scenery at Frances Slocum Read more...
Get ready for a whole slew of beautiful days at Frances Slocum State Park. The wildlife-viewing is top-notch here, and while you can picnic and boat in a lot of places, the scenery at Frances Slocum just makes it perfect. 13 miles of trails accommodate skiers in winter and hikers year round, exposing visitors to beautiful scenic views and peaceful nooks of nature sounds. The lake is stocked with trout and contains several additional species of fish, 700 acres of land are accessible to hunters (350 to archers), and camping is modern and easy to plan and negotiate. A swimming pool that’s open in the summer months, a slope for sledding in winter and educational programs on nature, history, culture, and more make this a great place to bring your kids. Or if you just want to enjoy those things yourself, so much the better!
Frances Slocum Park Campground
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