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Loyalsock State Forest
6735 Route 220
Dushore, PA 18614
State Forest: Bike, Birding, Camp, Fish, Picnic, Snow Sports, Walk, Water Sports
World’s End State Park was developed in 1936 by the Department of Forest and Waters and the Civilian Conservation Corps. The park, 780 acres nested in the Loyalsock State Forest, was operated for many years by the forest district. The Dry Run Picnic Area is located along Dry Run Road about one mile east of Pennsylvania Route 87. This area, developed during the days of the Civilian Conservation Corps, is maintained for day use only. It is situated in a narrow mountain valley adjacent to a native trout stream and offers all the facilities for enjoyable picnicking. Bear Wallow Pond and Sones Pond are mountain top ponds frequently visited by geese and ducks during migration. The ponds were created in the 1930s by the damming of streams during the construction of state forest roads. High Knob Overlook offers a spectacular vista of unusual range and beauty. Many visitors also come to High Knob each year in June, when the mountain laurel is in bloom.