Snowmobiling in the East

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Snowmobiles may be operated on designated trails and roads from the day following the last deer season in December until April 1, weather permitting.


Frances Slocum State Park

The park has a seven-mile trail system. Snowmobiles must be registered and operated in accordance with Pennsylvania law. Snowmobiles may only be used on designated snowmobile trails.

Hickory Run State Park

The 21 miles of designated trails are marked with orange blazes.

Lehigh Gorge State Park

The Lehigh Gorge Trail from White Haven to Penn Haven Junction, consisting of 15 miles, is open to snowmobiles. Parking for snowmobiling is at the White Haven access area under the I-80 bridge.

Mount Pisgah State Park

Registered snowmobiles may use the nine miles of designated trails.

Promised Land State Park

Registered snowmobiles may be used on more than 23 miles of designated snowmobile trails. The trails, which are on both state park and Delaware State Forest lands, are open daily after the end of deer season in late December, weather permitting. Snowmobile maps are available at the park office.

Ricketts Glen State Park

When conditions permit snowmobiling is available on designated trails.

Tobyhanna State Park

Tobyhanna State Park provides a one-way snowmobile trail 5.5 miles in length that runs counterclockwise on Lakeside (Blue) Trail. The trail begins at Lot One, which has restrooms, parking and unloading space.

Worlds End State Park

Several miles of park roads are used as joint-use snowmobile trails. Additionally, many trails have been designated on nearby Loyalsock State Forest land. A trailhead is along Worlds End Road to Eagles Mere, a short distance south of the park.