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Bald Eagle State Forest

This state forest resides within the counties of Union, Snyder, Mifflin, and Centre. Named for the American Indian chief Woapalanne that means bald eagle, the Bald Eagle State Forest holds a lot of history, beauty, as well as many trails. The best known trail is the Mid State Trail that runs the entire length of Bald Eagle State Forest from route US322 to the town of McElhattan, just south-east of Lock Haven.

Bald Eagle State Forest
The majority of trails within Bald Eagle State Forest are multi-use trails; used by hikers and mountain bikers alike. While you are exploring Bald Eagle State Forest, don't forget to check out it's many natural areas such as Tall Timbers, Hook, Joyce Kilmer, and White Mountain to name a view, as well as the R.B Winter, Poe Valley, Reeds Gap and Snyder-Middleswarth State Parks.