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S. B. Elliott State Park

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S.B. Elliott is a quiet, rustic, mountaintop recreational area just off of I-80 near the mid-point of the state. Once ravaged by the logging industry, the park now contains magnificent stands of maturing oak and maple that dominate the mountaintop. The park's rustic log cabins are perfect for a quiet getaway. This 318-acre park, in the heart of the Moshannon State Forest, is entirely wooded and offers picturesque areas of forest and swamp meadows and typical second growth mixed hardwood and oak timber.

S. B. Elliott State Park is in Clearfield County off of PA Route 153 just north of Exit 18 of Interstate 80, nine miles north of the community of Clearfield.

Location: R R 1 Box 165, Penfield Pennsylvania 15849 Telephone 814-765-0630

Other Pennsylvania State Parks nearby:
(Fort Washington) Fort Washington State Park
(Elverson) French Creek State Park
(Downingtown) Marsh Creek State Park
(Bensalem) Nashaminy State Park
(Quakertown) Nockamixon State Park
(Norristown) Norristown Farm Park

02/06 Coming to The Penfield area
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