Best Little Pine State Park Snowmobiling

The 8th most popular snowmobile trail in Pennsylvania.

  Pennsylvania, US


  June 28, 2016

Near Waterville, the Little Pine State Park has groomed snowmobile trails and is located in one of the most beautiful sections of the Tiadaghton State Forest in the Appalachian Mountains.

There are more than 100 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in the surrounding Tiadaghton State Forest. Registered snowmobiles are permitted on state park and state forest trails from the day after the last day of antlerless deer season until April 1.

The 2,158-acre Little Pine State Park is in Lycoming County, four miles north of PA Route 44 at Waterville and eight miles south of PA Route 287 at English Center. The park is in a beautiful mountain sections of Tiadaghton State Forest in the Appalachian Mountain Region.

While snowmobiling Little Pine State Park, all snowmobiles must have a valid registration with the Pennsylvania Department Of Conservation And Natural Resources. The registration can be obtained from the PA DOC directly or through one of 1,000 dealers in the state. For more details on snowmobile registration for snowmobiling at the Little Pine State Park, you can call the PA DOC at (866) 545-2476.

Overall, Little Pine State Park is the 8th most popular snowmobile trail of all 24 snowmobiling rides in Pennsylvania.

Local Contacts:  Little Pine State Park snowmobiling (570) 753-6000; PA Visitor Info. (800) VISIT-PA.

Best Season:  Jan - Feb

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  41.375, -77.35

Date Published:  12/26/2015

Date Updated:  6/28/2016

ID:  13184

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