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Sightseeing

The Susquehannock State Forest is also a haven for the sightseer. The headwaters of the Susquehanna and Allegheny Rivers originate in this rugged and beautiful section of the Allegheny Mountains. Within the Susquehannock State Forest are 170 miles of roads for enjoying the forested scenery. Deer, turkey, bears, hawks, grouse, and porcupines are frequently observed while traveling the forest roads and bobcat sightings have become more common in recent years. Sixteen vistas provide magnificent views of the forest, particularly during fall foliage time.