Bald Eagle State Forest
18865 Old Turnpike Rd
Millmont, PA 17845
State Forest: Bike, Birding, Camp, Fish, Hike, Picnic, Snow Sports, Walk, Water Sports
There are thirteen streams within the Bald Eagle District totaling 47 miles that are stocked and fishable. Driving and walking for pleasure is a major outdoor recreational use of the forest. The District has 340 miles of drivable roads and about the same number of miles of trails. There are five designated scenic drives. The Mid-State Trail traverses the District running northeast from the Route 322 roadside rest at the Centre-Mifflin county line, through R. B. Winter State Park to the village of McElhattan, southeast of Lock Haven in Clinton County. There are 27 vistas within the Bald Eagle State Forest. They offer the forest user many and varied views of both the State owned and private land within and surrounding the District.