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Clear Creek State Park, Sigel

4.5
#58 of 146 in Nature in Pennsylvania
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Clear Creek State Park is a 1,211.19-acre (490.15 ha) Pennsylvania state park in Barnett and Heath Townships, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania in the United States. Public campsites were first opened at the park in 1922. Many of the facilities seen today at the park were constructed during the Great Depression by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Clear Creek State Park is 12 miles (19 km) from Brookville on Pennsylvania Route 949 at the confluence of Clear Creek and the Clarion River.

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  • We visited this park on a beautiful sunny day and the fall colors were Amazing.. The creek and walking trails along with the Clarion River along the campgrounds was great.  more »
  • Small park with both picnic/day use and camping sites. Swimming in creek, fishing in creek and edge of Clarion. Also a canoe access point. A very small education center sometimes has programs.  more »
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  • When you come to Clear Creek it's always a beautiful ride down the main road. Going all the way back to the end where the camp sites are really cool. Make sure you write down a cabin number if you're interested in renting one. There are a few that are right along the river and there's hardly ever any traffic. The primitive campsites are also along the river away from the cabins and are just as amazing but get a little crowded. If you want peace and quiet get a cabin that's away from those primitive campsites. There are also plenty of restrooms and they have showers too. There are many places to fish alone and off the beaten path. If you have kids there are also playgrounds and a swimming area that has a soft sand beach and cool mountain water. You really can't ask for much better of a day getaway or a week of quiet rest and rejuvenation.
  • A gentle yet powerful place to be in. Thank you. Cool water walkway and sutle yet powerful waterfall

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