Prince Gallitzin State Park 's trail system offers a variety of opportunities including hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. A horseback riding area is in the southeast corner of the park. All bicyclists may use park roads open to public travel. Campers may cycle the 2.3-mile multi-use trail around the perimeter of the campground. For an around-the-park road tour, go to www.theAlleghenies.com. Follow the link to Cycling, Cycling on Road, Choose a Tour, Marina Mania tour. In the northern part of the park, the 20-mile snowmobile trail network is open for mountain biking and hiking. Bikers should follow the rules of the road and common courtesies. For more information on mountain biking, contact the park office or www.theAlleghenies.com. Follow the link to Mountain Biking, Choose a Tour, Killbuck Run tour. The Web site has maps, que sheets and additional information. Seven miles of marked cross-country ski trails are available for this popular wintertime activity. Registered snowmobiles may use the 20-mile trail network. Snowmobiles may be operated on designated trails and roads from the day following the last deer season in December until April 1, weather permitting. For detailed information on hiking trails, visit the DCNR website.