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Trough Creek State Park: This 554-acre park is 12 miles northeast of Warriors Path State Park in Huntingdon County and contains three outstanding geological features:
Hiking, camping, picnicking, and fishing are popular in this park.
Rothrock State Forest: This state forest is in Huntingdon County and provides 90,000 acres of woodland, which offers opportunities for hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, and general outdoor recreation.
Raystown Lake: This U. S. Army Corps of Engineers area, in Huntingdon and Bedford Counties, encompasses 29,300 acres and features the 8,300-acre Raystown Lake. The lake is about 30 miles long and has 19 different developed public use areas for boating, camping and sightseeing.
State Game Lands: State Game Land 73 is near the intersection of PA 164 and PA 26. It provides 20,815 acres of public hunting land. State game lands 67 and 261 provide a combined total of 8,646 acres of excellent hunting grounds and general recreation area.