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I've been coming here since I was a little girl. We'd camp or stay in cabins, hike the trails, or go tubing down the river. In my opinion, there aren't many prettier places than Cook Forest. The trail system is fantastic. So if you are...More
Hike the many trails, swim, fish or canoe on the Clarion river. Plenty of good places to eat with a variety of cuisine. Plenty of gift shops. Enjoy horseback riding, go carts, and miniature golf plus much much more. There are also many wineries within...More
We hiked the Longfellow Trail along Tom's Run. It was just challenging enough for me, a lady recovering from bronchitis. We also drove down the Iron Bridge Road, but there wasn't an iron bridge on it. We did see nearly 100 doe & fawns in...More
Do not miss the great hiking trails surrounding the forest. The cathedral pines are a sight not to miss. North Country Trails and many more. We spent several days hiking this area. Many great discoveries mto be made.
We hiked the various trails in this park. We took a walk along the Clarion River. We drove through the forest and along the river. Everything was beautiful. Visit the Visitors Center for more information. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable.
My family and I have been to cook forest many times in my lifetime. During the different trips, we have done most of the activities that the beautiful, scenic place has to offer. We have gone wadding, kayaking, canoeing, and tubing down the river. We...More
We always tell people to visit Cook Forest - we've been there several times - it is a beautiful evergreen forest with many great trails and the Clarion River is also beautiful. It has never been crowded when we've gone in the spring or fall,...More