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Hiking

5 miles of trails

The hiking trail system offers a series of five loop trails.

For your safety, if you are planning to hike from the park onto the Elk State Forest trail system, be sure you have an Elk State Forest map and advise park personnel of your hiking plans.

Bottomlands Trail

This trail takes the visitor through a variety of lowland habitats and is relatively easy to walk, making the trail ideal for hikers of any age.

Campground Trail

This trail takes the visitor through a variety of lowland habitats and is relatively easy to walk, making the trail ideal for hikers of any age.

Fee Hollow Trail

This trail begins by the campground and then climbs into the state forest.

Nady Hollow Trail

This 1.5-mile loop ascends a 1,900-foot mountain. Proper footwear is recommended for any hiking and is essential for the Nady Hollow Trail.

Nady Hollow Connector

This trail is a less challenging alternative to Nady Hollow Trail.

North Slope Trail

This trail takes the visitor through a variety of lowland habitats and is relatively easy to walk, making the trail ideal for hikers of any age.

Sizerville Nature Trail

Across from the campground in Elk State Forest, is a three-mile loop with a small elevation change, a scenic vista, and educational stopping points. Maps are available in the park office.

Bucktail Path Trail

Sizerville State Park also is a trailhead for the Bucktail Path Trail, which is part of an extensive trail system throughout the northern tier region of central Pennsylvania.