Nearby Attractions to Little Pine State Park
Information about Little Pine State Park’s nearby attractions is available from the Lycoming County Visitor’s Bureau.
Explore the Area
There are several small communities around the park including Waterville, Jersey Mills, and English Center. There you can find unique shops and eateries.
Learn about some of the area businesses and things to do from the Clinton County Economic Partnership and the Williamsport Lycoming Chamber of Commerce.
Nearby State Parks and Forests
Little Pine State Park is close to two state parks and one state forest, where visitors can enjoy recreation, education, and other activities.
Upper Pine Bottom State Park
Upper Pine Bottom State Park provides visitors with a welcome rest area. Visitors often use the parking area of this small roadside picnic site for access to hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and hunting on surrounding Tiadaghton State Forest.
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.
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.
Other Nearby Outdoor Spaces and Natural Places
There are several other nearby outdoor spaces and natural places near Little Pine State Park:
Wolf Run Wilderness Area is to the north of the park.
State Game Lands 89, 114, and 226 are also within a short drive of the park and offer additional recreational opportunities.
Pine Creek is nearby, offering paddling opportunities.
The Pennsylvania Wilds
Little Pine State Park is part of the Pennsylvania Wilds, which offers 2 million acres of public lands for hiking, biking, fishing, boating, hunting, and exploration in northcentral Pennsylvania.
Highlights of the area include
Pennsylvania Heritage Areas
Heritage Areas protect, enhance, and promote Pennsylvania’s historic, natural, cultural, and scenic resources.
In the Lumber Heritage Region, roughly 2 million acres of public lands give both wildlife and humans room to roam. Unsurpassed beauty, natural treasures, rich history, and outdoor adventure can be found here.
Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area recognizes the role the Susquehanna River plays for history, recreation, and the economy of the towns along the river.