A wild chill warning will impact our location throughout the end of this week. Visitors recreating in the park should exercise caution against subzero temperatures and blowing snow.
Hikers should use caution when transiting the trails. Trail snow depths range between 4-8 inches with a heavy layer of crust hidden under new snow make transit challenging. Some parts of the trails have ice hidden under layers of new snow making unexpected slips and falls possible It is recommended that hikers use cleats or snowshoes when traveling our trail system.
Mount Pisgah State Park
Mount Pisgah State Park is in the scenic Endless Mountains region of Pennsylvania’s Northern Tier. Midway between Troy and Towanda in Bradford County, the 1,302-acre park is along Mill Creek, at the base of Mt. Pisgah, elevation 2,260 feet.
The park is only two miles north of US 6, the major route through the northern tier. Secondary roads passing through the villages of East Troy and West Burlington travel over rolling farmland to the park.
A dam on Mill Creek forms Stephen Foster Lake, named after the famous composer and onetime local resident. The 75-acre lake provides fishing, boating, and skating.
Adjacent to the park are Mt. Pisgah County Park and State Game Lands 289.
Seasons and Hours
The park is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset. Day use areas close at dusk.
The park office is open specific hours. The pool and other areas are open specific seasons and hours. Contact the park office for facility seasons and hours.
Make online reservations or call toll-free 888-PA-PARKS (888-727-2757), from 7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday to Saturday.
Mount Pisgah is on Wallace Road (SR 3019), two miles north of US 6.
GPS DD: Lat. 41.80605 Long. -76.6688
Driving Directions: The Interactive GIS Map has turn-by-turn driving directions to the park office from the Park Information Window.
Please note that the background maps are maintained by a variety of public sources and driving directions usually go to the nearest large road.
Environmental Education and Interpretation
The park offers a variety of interpretive programs for the general public. Visitors can enjoy:
During the summer months, youth ages 4 to 13 are invited to participate in DiscoverE day camps, including:
Hide ‘n Seekers
During the spring and fall, programming shifts from interpretation for the general public to environmental education for school groups. The park serves as an outdoor classroom for area schools.
Students participate in hands-on environmental education activities to further their awareness and understanding of the natural world. Reservations must be made in advance.
For additional information about any programs provided by Mount Pisgah State Park, contact the park office.
The park environmental interpretive center houses artifacts and displays linking us with our past. You can learn about early farm life and the wildlife around us.
A walk through the butterfly garden enables the visitor to catch a close glimpse of our area’s “flying flowers.”
Access for People with Disabilities
This activity or structure is ADA accessible. If you need an accommodation to participate in park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit.
In an Emergency
Call 911 and contact an employee.
Directions to the nearest hospital are posted on bulletin boards and at the park office.
Guthrie Troy Community Hospital
275 Guthrie Drive
Troy, PA 16947