Plan Your Perfect Visit to Laurel Hill State Park

Many state parks country-wide are open or accessible only during certain seasons. Winters can make navigating almost impossible, while summers are so hot that a visit isn’t enjoyable.

However, resting in southwestern Pennsylvania is a park you can visit any season to enjoy family fun. Let’s learn how to plan your perfect visit to Laurel Hill State Park!

The park is west of the city of Somerset, north of New Centerville, east of Seven Springs, and south of Interstate 76. You can find Laurel Hill State Park is in the southwestern part of Pennsylvania.

Where Is Laurel Hill State Park?

Over 4,000 acres of state park and state forest lands lie within Laurel Hill State Park, and the 63-acre Laurel Hill Lake is also a focal point of the park.

About Laurel Hill State Park

Explore the Hemlock Natural Area at the Center of the Hemlock Trail The trail has twenty boxes for birds, so catching sight of a tree swallow or eastern bluebird is highly likely.

Things to Do

Warm water and cold water fish thrive in Laurel Hill Lake. Anglers can try their hand at catching bass, trout, catfish, suckerfish, bluegill, perch, crappie, and sunfish.

Cast a Line at the Old Mill Picnic Area

This 1.25-mile out-and-back trail in Laurel Hill State Park has an easy rating and is open to hiking and biking.

Bike or Hike the Copper Kettle Trail to the Beach Area

Plan on spending a few hours at Laurel Hill State Park, so pack a few sandwiches, chips, and fruit and enjoy the beautiful scenery at the lake.

Eat Lunch by Laurel Hill Lake

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