Cross-country Skiing in the North
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|Bald Eagle State Park|
Some park trails and open areas are suitable for cross-country skiing. About seven miles of ungroomed trails are available with proper snow conditions.
|Black Moshannon State Park|
All trails are open to cross-country skiers. Trails marked with the cross-country skier symbol on the park map are recommended.
|Chapman State Park|
At least 4.4 miles of groomed ski trails connect with numerous trails in the adjoining national forest and state game land.
|Clear Creek State Park|
Snowshoeing is permitted on all trails. Cross-country skiing is recommended on selected trails on the map.
|Cook Forest State Park|
Snowshoeing is permitted on all trails. Cross-country skiing is recommended on selected trails on the maps. Cook Forest has three groomed trails: Fire Tower Road, Toms Run Road and part of Forest Drive.
|Kettle Creek State Park|
Cross-country skiing is permitted throughout the park.
|Little Pine State Park|
The 5-mile Lake Shore Trail follows level terrain and parallels the lake and headwaters and then returns to the starting location. Motor vehicles and snowmobiles are prohibited in this area.
|Ole Bull State Park|
In addition to a groomed cross-country skiing trail, cross-country skiers and snowshoers are allowed throughout the park.
|Parker Dam State Park|
Conditions permitting, groomed ski trails are maintained on Beaver Dam, Souders and Skunk trails.
|Simon B. Elliott State Park|
Ski on more than four miles of easy to moderate roads and trails.
|Sinnemahoning State Park|
Park trails and open fields are available for skiing with adequate snow cover.
|Sizerville State Park|
Park trails provide access to many miles of trails on adjacent state forest land. The average yearly snowfall is 60-70 inches. The park provides parking and restrooms.
This symbol indicates that a trail is groomed for cross-country skiing.