Bucktail

State Park Natural Area - Pennsylvania

Bucktail State Park Natural Area is located in Cameron and Clinton Counties in Pennsylvania. The park follows Pennsylvania Route 120 for 75 miles (121 km) between Emporium (in Cameron County, which contains 3,239 acres (1,311 ha) of the park) and Lock Haven (in Clinton County, which contains the other 11,800 acres (4,800 ha)). Bucktail State Park Natural Area park runs along Sinnemahoning Creek and the West Branch Susquehanna River and also passes through Renovo (in Clinton County). The park is named for the Civil War Pennsylvania Bucktails Regiment and is primarily dedicated to wildlife viewing, especially elk.
Bucktail SPNA https://www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks/FindAPark/BucktailStateParkNaturalArea/Pages/default.aspx https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucktail_State_Park_Natural_Area Bucktail State Park Natural Area is located in Cameron and Clinton Counties in Pennsylvania. The park follows Pennsylvania Route 120 for 75 miles (121 km) between Emporium (in Cameron County, which contains 3,239 acres (1,311 ha) of the park) and Lock Haven (in Clinton County, which contains the other 11,800 acres (4,800 ha)). Bucktail State Park Natural Area park runs along Sinnemahoning Creek and the West Branch Susquehanna River and also passes through Renovo (in Clinton County). The park is named for the Civil War Pennsylvania Bucktails Regiment and is primarily dedicated to wildlife viewing, especially elk.

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