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Recreational Resources 


Goal:  The recreational resources of the Juniata Watershed should be readily accessible and affordable for all of the watershed's residents.  Greenway corridors, providing river access and trails, should be developed to enhance residents' appreciation for the value and beauty of the area's natural resources.  Recreational resources should be maintained in good condition in order to attract those from outside the region to vacation here.  Efforts to combine the attractions of both recreational and historical sites should be continued in order to heighten educational value and tourist appeal.  

 Department of Conservation and Natural Resource

A.    State Parks

          Blue Knob


         Canoe Creek

          Cowans Gap

          Greenwood Furnace

          Little Buffalo

          Penn Roosevelt

          Reed's Gap


        Trough Creek

          Warriors Path

          Whipple Dam

B.    Hiking and Biking

          Linkpendium Pennsylvania Hiking and Other Outdoor Activities

          National and State Forest Hiking Trails

          Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 

C.     Boating

           Water Trail Guides 

           Raystown Lake

           Canoe and Kayak Rentals

                    Adventure Marine Ltd. Canoe and Kayak

                    Rothrock Outfitters - (814) 643-7226

                    Miller's Canoe and Rowboat Rentals

D.    Raystown Lake - 

E.     Fishing - PA Fish and Boat Commission approved waters

           Little Juniata River Association

           Raystown Striper Club, Inc.

           Spruce Creek Fly Co.

F.     Camping

           Upper Juniata

           Lower Juniata

           Raystown Branch


Greenways - Networks of natural spaces which provide corridors connecting areas such as neighborhoods, parks, and schools. These passageways typically include trails for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles. They are a link to nature for the enjoyment of the community.