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“We have camped, stayed in a cabin, picnicked, hiked, biked, tubed, canoed, kayaked at Cook Forest State Park.”
“... from the main road (about a 3 mile, easy terrain hike, even for senior dogs); spotted several groups of Common Mergansers on the river; and pulled over at dozens of scenic spots along several roads in the park.”
“There are tons of ways to experience nature here: hiking in the Forest Cathedral (old growth pines) or along the several trails, climbing the Fire tower, canoeing or rafting down the Clarion River, camping or stay...”
“We went the whole way from the Fire tower (seneca trail), to down the mountain by the cabins and Inn, back by the swinging bridge, and back up the mountain on the hemlock and deer park trail.”