This beautiful 1,700-acre area, owned and operated by the Pennsylvania Game Commission, is set aside for the protection, propagation, management, preservation, and controlled harvest of wildlife. The property consists mostly of oak-hickory forest, while open meadows also exist where farmlands were incorporated into the property. Ringneck pheasants, bobwhite quail, and cottontail rabbits can be found in the farmland areas, while songbirds, whitetail deer, and an occasional ruffed grouse or woodcock can be seen in the forest or along its edges. A 400-acre man-made lake, provides important habitat for waterfowl, including mallard and wood ducks and Canada geese. This is a great place for hikers, bird watchers, photographers, etc. Depending upon the season and time of day, visitors can see a wide variety of wildlife. Visitors can walk about nine miles of developed trails or take a Self-Guided Driving Tour through the area. A Visitors Center features wildlife and environment displays.