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Nearby Attractions to Raymond B. Winter State Park

Information about Raymond B. Winter State Park’s nearby attractions is available from the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau.

Explore the Area

Rebersburg is the closest community to the park. It is located in the Brush Valley portion of the Appalachian Mountains. Places to shop and eat can be found along E. Main Street.

Learn about some of the area businesses and things to do from the Bellefonte Area Chamber of Commerce.

Nearby State Parks and Forests

Raymond B. Winter State Park is close to several state parks and one state forest, where visitors can enjoy recreation, education, and other activities.

Ravensburg State Park

The 78-acre Ravensburg State Park is surrounded by Tiadaghton State Forest. This pretty valley is especially beautiful when the mountain laurel blooms during late June and the fall foliage of early October. Ravensburg offers hiking, picnicking, fishing, hunting, wildlife watching, and camping.

Bald Eagle State Forest

The 193,424-acre Bald Eagle State Forest lies in the beautiful ridge and valley section of the state and is adjacent to Bald Eagle State Park. The forest district is dominated by a series of sandstone ridges, some of which reach heights of 2,300 feet above sea level.

Bald Eagle State Forest offers more than 200 miles of hiking trails, and opportunities for mountain biking, horseback riding, ATV riding, picnicking, fishing, camping, and cross-country skiing.

Sand Bridge State Park

Rapid Run’s lovely murmur and the sounds of birds pervade the lovely picnic spot of Sand Bridge State Park. Rustic picnic pavilions hug the side of Seven Notch Mountain, conveniently at the side of PA 192. Fishing is an additional activity in the park.

McCalls Dam State Park

The sound of White Deer Creek pervades the quiet, remote McCalls Dam State Park. Majestic pines, hemlocks, maples, and oaks reach for the sky around the small picnic area.

Bald Eagle State Forest surrounds the eight-acre McCalls Dam State Park.

Other Nearby Outdoor Spaces and Natural Places

State Game Lands 295 is a short drive from the park, offering an additional place for recreation.

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.