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In Potter County, nature is right outside your door. Acres of untouched wilderness await you. Don't forget your journal, a pen, your walking stick and a camera. Your stay here can be as active or relaxing as you want it to be.
An Outdoor Paradise
  • Fishing*
  • Hiking
  • Biking*
  • Canoeing*
  • Kayaking*
  • Hunting*
    (portable tree stand)
  • Golfing
*Rentals Available

  • Horseback Riding Trails
  • ATV Trails
  • Snowmobiling
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Down Hill Skiing (Ski Denton)
  • Snow Shoes*
  • Snow Boarding*
  • Geo Caching





Rattle My Trail 5K(Road) 15-30K(Trail) Run
Crossfork Snake Hunt

Kettle Creek Music Festival

Dark Sky at Cherry Springs State Park 

PA Lumber Museum 

Cherry Springs

Fall Foliage

Flaming Foliage Festival

Atv Trails

Snow Mobile Trails

Hiking Trails

Cross Country Ski Trails



13.jpgRefreshing & Relaxing

  • Photography
  • Scenic Rides
  • Elk Watching
  • Dark Sky Star Gazing Preserve
    (Cherry Springs State Park)
  • Austin Dam Ruins



State Parks

With almost 50% of its land composed of State Park or Forest lands, Potter County offers a wide variety of outdoor experiences for visitors.
  • Kettle Creek State Park (Kettle Creek) - 15 minutes away
  • Ole Bull State Park (Cross Fork) - 5 minutes away
  • Cherry Springs State Park (Cherry Springs) - 20 minutes away - Dark Skies at Cherry Springs
  • Denton Hill State Park (Coudersport)
  • Lyman Run State Park (Galeton) - 20 minutes away
  • Sinnemahoning State Park (Austin) - 40 minutes away




15.jpgPotter County has over 650 miles of trails for hiking and biking:

  • Pine Creek Rail Trail (42 miles from Ansonia to Waterville)

  • The Susquehannock Trail System (STS Trail)

    (85 mile loop through Susquehannock State Forest)
  • The Assembly Park Nature Trail (Shinglehouse)
  • Walking Tour of a Lumber Town (Galeton)
  • Lyman Run Trail (Lyman Run State Park)
  • Old Growth Trees Hike (Hamersley Fork)
  • Many local trails within a 30 minute drive



There are over 800 miles of fishable trout streams in Potter County stocked with over 151,000 fish each year. Trophy trout fishing is available. Just to name a few, streams nearby include:
  • Little and Big Kettle Creeks
  • Cross Fork Creek
  • Right and Left Branch of the Young Woman's Creek
  • Sinnemahoning
  • Pine Creek
  • Slate and Cedar Run
  • Seldom fished wild brook and brown trout Tributaries


17.jpgHyner View Overlook

Approximately 30 minutes from the lodge, Hyner View State Park features a scenic vista overlooking the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. This is one of the nicest scenic vistas in Pennsylvania state parks. You can see for miles upstream and downstream over the West Branch of the Susquehanna River and surrounding mountains. Hang gliding is a very popular activity at the park. Hang gliders take off from the scenic vista and sail out over the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Visit Hyner View State Park for more information and directions to the PA Grand Canyon.

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You will find overlooks that offer the most spectacular views. Situated in approximately 160,000 acres of the Tioga State Forest lies the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. The Canyon begins south of Ansonia along US Route 6 and continues for approximately 47 miles. The maximum depth of the canyon is 1,450 feet at Waterville, near the southern end. At Leonard Harrison and Colton Point State Parks, the depth is more than 800 feet and from rim to rim is approximately 4,000 feet. Visit Tioga County for more information and directions to the PA Grand Canyon.