Creek State Park -
To reach Canoe Creek State Park, travel on U.S. Route 22, until
you arrive at the small village of Canoe Creek (seven miles east of Hollidaysburg), turn north on the "Turkey Valley Road" for one
half mile to the main park entrance road.
Furnace (state park) Nestled in the mountains of northeastern Huntingdon County,
historic Greenwood Furnace State Park offers a unique recreational experience. The park covers 423 acres, including a
six-acre lake. The entrance to the park is on PA Route 305, a 15-minute drive west of Belleville or a 35-minute drive southeast
of State College.
Dam (state park) This 256-acre state park is located in the northeastern corner of
Huntingdon County, 12 miles south of State College. The park is easily reached by turning east off PA Route 26 at the Whipple
Dam State Park sign.
Buffalo (state park) From PA Route 322, take the Newport Exit and follow PA
Route 34 South through the town of Newport. One mile from
town turn right onto Little Buffalo State Park Road to the park. From PA Route 322 to the park entrance is 4.6 miles.
Gap (state park) Reeds Gap State Park contains 220 acres located in the New
Lancaster Valley of Mifflin County and can be reached from U.S. Route 322 from Milroy by following park signs for seven
Creek (state park) The park can be accessed by traveling 16 miles south from
Huntingdon along PA Route 26, then 5 miles east along PA Route 994 near the village of Entriken.
Path (state park) The 334-acre park is located in Liberty Township, Bedford County, approximately two miles south of the Borough of Saxton
Alan Seeger Natural Area off of Route 26 by several miles.
(814) 643-2340 (no camping)
Monroe Furnace off of Route 26 North of Huntingdon.
Smithfield Township - Riverside Park, Huntingdon (814) 643-6702
Seven Points Marina Boat
Rentals, Houseboat Rentals, Cruises on Beautiful Raystown Lake off of
Route 26 near Hesston. A National Recreational Area. (814) 658-3405
Tatman Run Park off of Route 994.