4205 Little Pine Creek Road, Waterville Pennsylvania 17776
Little Pine State Park is located in one of the most beautiful sections of the Tiadaghton State Forest in the Appalachian Mountains. A special attraction of the park is the trail system. For seasoned hikers, Spikebuck Hollow Trail with its beautiful picturesque vistas, outcroppings of rock and varieties of trees and plants is an enjoyable challenge.
The campground opens the first weekend in April and closes in late December. There are 104 campsites: 98 sites can accommodate trailer units up to 30 feet in length, six sites are for tents only.
The 2,158-acre Little Pine State Park is in Lycoming County, four miles north of PA Route 44 at Waterville and eight miles south of PA Route 287 at English Center.
Other Pennsylvania State Parks nearby:
(Howard) Bald Eagle State Park
(Sunbury) Shikellamy State Park
(Austin) Sinnemahoning State Park
(Forksville) Worlds End State Park
05/18 Coming to The Waterville area
The Kutztown Festival Kutztown PA June29-July7 The Kutztown Folk Festival is the oldest folklife festival in America. Share an Affordable Day of Family Fun with the Pennsylvania Dutch.
Scandinavian Folk Festival Gerry NY July19-21 Swedish Food Every Day, Expanded Lecture Program, Feature Length Swedish Movies (with English subtitles), A Celebration of Hans Christian Anderson.
Schuyler County Italian American Festival Watkins Glen NY August2-4 The Italian people, known for their love of family, food and friends are the foundation and spirit of this festival.
Shippensburg Corn Festival Shippensburg PA August31 The downtown main streets are closed to vehicular traffic and transformed into a huge street fair for the day.
La Festa Italiana Scranton PA August31-September2 People come from near and far to enjoy the food, music and culture that characterize the Italian heritage. The finest Italian cuisine is cooked and served daily.
Celtic Classic Highland Games and Festival Bethelehem PA September27-29 The Celtic Classic has become into one of the largest Highland Games and Festival in North America. Annually, over 250,000 visitors come to Historic Bethlehem to join in this celebration of all things Celtic.