Bald Eagle State Park

This impressive building with many rooms and porches is the Nature Inn a Bald State Park, Pennsylvania.

The Nature Inn at Bald Eagle

This 16-room inn overlooks the lake. The inn focuses on outdoor recreation and stewardship, making maximum use of green building technologies, while serving as a premier interpretive facility for bird watching.


The 5,900-acre Bald Eagle State Park is in the broad Bald Eagle Valley of northcentral Pennsylvania. The 1,730-acre lake laps the flanks of Bald Eagle Mountain, surrounded by forests, fields and wetlands. With two campgrounds, boating, fishing, swimming, the Nature Inn, and diverse habitats that are excellent for wildlife watching, Bald Eagle State Park is a great destination in the heart of Pennsylvania.

Recreational facilities are a result of a cooperative effort between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources-Bureau of State Parks.

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This circular map shows the roads leading to Bald Eagle State Park, Pennsylvania.

This map of Pennsylvania highlights Bald Eagle State Park in the centeral part of the state.

Bald Eagle State Park, Centre County, is along PA 150 between Milesburg and Lock Haven.

From I-80 west, take Exit 158 to PA 150 north for about 10 miles.

From I-80 east, take Exit 178 to US 220 north, to PA 150 south for about 13 miles.

From I-99 take Exit 61 to Port Matilda, then US 220-ALT, continue onto 150 north to park.

GPS DD:  Lat. 41.03464  Long. -77.65112

Driving Directions: The Interactive GIS Map has turn-by-turn driving directions to the park office from the Park Information Window. Please note that the background maps are maintained by a variety of public sources and driving directions usually go to the nearest large road.

Bald Eagle State Park