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Explore, Experience & Enjoy the Kinzua Bridge State Park Camps. Camp activities are led by DCNR staff and feature fun, hands-on learning hikes, games, activities and crafts. Parents and guardians are encouraged but not required to accompanying children attending camp making them an excellent family opportunity.
4-5 yrs - Bountiful Bugs | July 15 & 16 | 9 am - 12 pm
6-8 yrs - Pennsylvania Paws | July 22 & 23 | 9 am - 12 pm
9-12 yrs - Beginner Birders | July 29 & 30 | 9 am - 12 pm
Registration forms available at Kinzua Bridge State Park or call 814-778-5467 for more information or to receive registration form.
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Twin Lakes Recreation Area, located just 8 miles southeast of Kane, PA on State Route 321, is home to the Black Cherry National Recreational Trail, fishing pier, offers visitors camping, picnicking, fishing, swimming and exploring local trails. Mill Creek offers native trout fishing and can be accessed along Mill Creek Trail. Thanks to the Friends of Twin Lakes ANF, this hidden gem is popular for its swimming beaches and lakeside fishing piers. Make your camping reservation by calling Laura at 814-389-3019.

Black Cherry Interpretive Trail is a 1.6 mile trail beginning and ending near the lower campground loop. The two loops, one 1 mile loop and one .4 mile loop, circle the campground. The Black Cherry Trail also makes up the eastern end of the Twin Lakes Trail . The trail will take you through a valley with a small stream, that you will cross at one point. The Twin Lakes Trail connects to both the Mill Creek Trail and Brush Hollow Trail systems.

Twin Lakes was once the site of factory buildings, stores and row houses owned by the McKean Chemical Company which made wood alcohol. When McKean Chemical Company closed in the 1920s, the US Forest Service acquired the property.

In 1936, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) constructed the present dam on Hoffman Run, creating the swimming impoundment. They built the lower campground, picnic area, pavilion and bathhouse.
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Wow...that is so cool. Honey...look at this. You`ll say this and more at the Woodcarver`s Festival at Cook Forest Sawmill Center for the Arts, Saturday and Sunday, July 13 & 14 from10 a.m - 5 p.m. in Cooksburg, PA. Witness intricate hand-carving in action and see the creations come to life, and even take one home with you.
#VisitANF #PAWilds #sawmilltheater
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Grab someone who is better than you at golf and play in the Pine Acres Golf & RV Resort Men`s Invitational, Saturday & Sunday, July 13 & 14. This 2 man best ball tournament is flighted with handicap. Visit www.pineacresgolfandrvresort.com.

Advice from Team Central...take your RV and stay at the resort, you`ll forget how you missed that gimmie putt on 15 or you diffed your drive on 18.
#pineacresgolf #VisitANF #MakeItMcKeanCounty
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Trail Central is on location for SQUATCHFEST Music Festival coming to the Kane Family Drive In, Saturday, July 13 in Kane, PA.. Alot of research and practice has occured and we are ready to show the world our Big Foot call. It`s serious business here at Trail Central. So many fun activities in addition to the music at Squatchfest.
#Squatchfest2024 #VisitANF
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SquatchFest is COMING! July 13 at the Kane Family Drive In. Trail Central is giving away 2 Free tickets and this cool hat to one lucky winner. LIKE & SHARE this post and tell us who you would bring with you to this family friendly music festival. For more information and to buy tickets to the festival visit Squatchfest.org. Tickets are $25 online or $30/at the gate. (10$ for kids) Where else can you see 4 great bands for one low price? Mechanical bull, axe throwing, mini golf, games and more are included in your price of admission. Food and beverage will be your only additional cost. Contest ends Friday July 12th at noon. Winner will be announced Friday July 12th by 3pm and tickets will be at the gate for the winner.

Advice from Trail Central: Come out and enjoy this one of a kind music festival and help keep the Kane Family Drive In open. With only about 300 drive ins left in the USA let`s help keep this open for the next generation to enjoy!

#VisitANF #SquatchFest2024 #PAWilds #VisitKanePA #KaneFamilyDriveIn #TicketGiveAway #BigFoot
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Time to pick the blueberries! Now open the Red, White & Blueberries field contains approximately 2,600 blueberry plants, a mix of 32 varieties grown organically with no pesticide use! This superfood is sweet, nutritious, low in calories, and incredibly good for you. It is so much more fun when you pick your own! Hours are Tues - Sat 10a - 8p and Sundays 10 a - 5 p. Call 814-598-7348 fore more information. Rt. 219 to Foster Brook, 1.5 miles up Harrisburg Run, on the right watch for signs. Bradford GPS: 41° 59’23.91” N 78° 34’34.5” W

Thoughts from Trail Central: We love pies, scones, breakfast bars and more. Where blueberries are concerned the possibilities are endless!

#VisitANF #BlueberryPicking #VisitMcKean #RedWhiteBlueberries #BradfordPA #PAWilds #TellThemTrailCentralSentYou
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Join the excitement with Pennsylvania Lumber Museum as they celebrate "woodhick" skills at Bark Peeler`s Festival July 6 & July 7 from 9 a - 5 p in Ulysses, PA. The event includes special events, contests demonstrations with live music, crafts and games at the kid`s corner.
**Competitions - greased pole, log rolling, crosscut saw, and birling competitions to earn the title “Grand Champion Bark Peeler” and cash prizes
**Apple Pie Contest - who has the best apple pie in Potter County?
**I mustache you a question - Do you have a Pencil, Cop, or Handlebar mustache? Is your beard a Van Dyke, a Goatee, or full-on ZZ Tops? Take part in the Beard & Mustache Competition.
**Demonstrations - operating demonstrations of the steam-powered circular sawmill and birch still, blacksmithing, chainsaw carving, and camp cooking
For a complete schedule of activities, visit www.lumbermuseum.org

Advice from Trail Central...any event that has a competition for the best apple pie, greased pole, best mustache with crosscut sawing and chainsaw carving is an event you can`t miss.
#VisitANF #PAWilds #BarkPeelersFestival
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