Bring your family to Cherry Springs, which is widely agreed to be one of the seven best places on earth from which to view the stars. 30,000 stars are visible to the naked eye on a clear night, including occasional meteor showers and the Aurora Borealis. Watch stately elk wandering across the landscape and get an even closer look, on the Kinzua Skywalk. This raised walkway floats at canopy level above forests that turn crimson come fall.
This really is the promised land for families, who are delighted by the range of recreational activities on offer at this park. In summer, take a dip in the water before enjoying a picnic. Boat, fish, and hunt. Hike and bike the park's trails through 15,000 acres of parkland. Horseback ride, or in winter, come ice skating, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing in this scenic environment.
6,000 acres of parkland are adorned with a 2,000 thousand acre lake, overlooked by Bald Eagle Mountain. Few places in the state are as picturesque. Come boating, fishing, and swimming in the summer, or go wildlife watching in the park's wetlands with your family.