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Nearby Attractions to Bucktail State Park Natural Area

Information about Bucktail State Park Natural Area’s nearby attractions is available from the Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau.

Explore the Area

The park is located along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. The town of Renovo is less than six miles away and is host to the “Flaming Foliage Festival” held each October, celebrating the fall colors of the trees on the area’s many mountains.

Learn about some of the area businesses and things to do from the Clinton County Economic Partnership.

Nearby State Parks and Forests

Bucktail State Park Natural Area is close to several state parks and one state forest, where visitors can enjoy recreation, education, and other activities.

Hyner Run State Park

Hyner Run State Park carves a small valley from the surrounding steep mountains, creating a cozy, quiet place for outdoor adventures.
Recreational activities include hiking, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hunting, and camping.

Hyner View State Park

Hyner View State Park is a small park featuring a beautiful overlook and is popular for hang gliding. Other recreational activities include picnicking and hunting.

Sproul State Forest

The 305,450-acre Sproul State Forest features steep and rugged hillsides cut by the West Branch of the Susquehanna River and its tributaries. It offers hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ATV riding, picnicking, kayaking, fishing, hunting, and camping.

Kettle Creek State Park

The 1,793-acre Kettle Creek State Park is located in western Clinton County. The park is in a valley surrounded by mountainous terrain and wilderness.
Recreational activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking, boating, fishing, hunting, and camping.

Ole Bull State Park

The 132-acre Ole Bull State Park is located along the Kettle Creek in Potter County. This area is called the Black Forest because of its once dense tree cover, mountainous terrain, and wilderness habitat.

Recreational activities include hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hunting, and camping.