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Reeds Gap State Park

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Reeds Gap State Park, Pennsylvania

Get a taste of that classic Pennsylvania charm here at Reeds Gap State Park—hammocking under white pines and hide-and-seeking behind hemlocks as Honey Creek serenades you with the tranquil trickling Read more...
Get a taste of that classic Pennsylvania charm here at Reeds Gap State Park—hammocking under white pines and hide-and-seeking behind hemlocks as Honey Creek serenades you with the tranquil trickling stream sounds we all know and love. Now that you’ve eased into your outdoors escape, explore the 220 acres filled with three miles of hiking trails, areas designated for hunting and dog training, and plenty of room for you and yours to picnic ‘til the potato salad runs dry. Offer the kids up for park education while you setup the tent, and of course, consider coming back for a little cross-country skiing just after a fresh snowfall. ADA-accessible and full of scenic spots for a photo opp, this state park needs to be your next destination.
Reeds Gap Park Campground
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