Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Pymatuning Lake State Park 5/27-30/10

"A Wonderful Little Hide-away" (pictures) http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/pymatuning.aspx

Something I never got around to reporting on until now. This was a vacation in Pennsylvania. With plans to possibly re-visit this aea I figured I would get this up on my blog! I found this area on the Western border of Pennsylvania and Ohio. While the Southern end of the lake is more a boat launch/tourist area the Northern part is more wild and quite. We were lucky to have this place mostly to ourselves!

The park is in Titusville and off the road there is a lake side deck where you can feed the thousands of hatchery fish.

Canadian Geese are also here by the hundreds!

There is a trail also that makes a small loop through a forested area and along the shore of the lake. The interprative trail identified the trees and birds of the area. Our favorite was the Black Oak!

We also got to see a Bald Eagle pointed out to some bird watchers. And many, many other birds.

We spent most our early mornings there and also caught a beautiful sunset! What a wonderful, unique little spot!

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