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Address: P.O. Box 50 Rector, PA 15677-0050
Park Manager: Douglas Finger
Contact Info: 724-238-6623
linnrunsp@pa.gov
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Park Description

The varied topography and mixed hardwood and evergreen forest make the 612-acre Linn Run State Park a scenic place for picnicking, hiking and cabin rentals. Grove and Rock runs join to make Linn Run, an excellent trout stream that has a lovely waterfall, Adams Falls. Forbes State Forest borders Linn Run State Park and offers 50,000 acres of land for outdoor recreation.

Things To Do ( 12 Available)

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  • Cabin

    Cabins

  • Scenic_View

    Sight Seeing

  • Scenic_View

    Scenic View

  • Fishing

    Fishing

  • Cross_Country_Ski

    Cross Country Skiing

  • Snowmobile

    Snowmobiles

  • Picnic

    Picnicking

  • Hunting

    Hunting

  • Hiking

    Hiking

  • Close

    Trails

    • Quarry Trail
      Most Difficult 0.41 miles
    • Flatrock Trail
      Easiest 0.50 miles
      Flat Rock Trail is a 0.5-mile trail that ends at a large, smooth rock in the stream Linn Run. Swimming is not permitted in this area. Please be cautious, the rocks are very slippery
    • Iscrupe Trail
      Easiest 0.29 miles
      Iscrupe Trail is a 0.75-mile trail that follows the original Linn Run Road and was used by early visitors to the Adams Falls Picnic Area.
    • Adam Falls Trail
      More Difficult 1.02 miles
      Adams Falls Trail is a 1-mile loop that features a mountain waterfall tucked in among rhododendron and hemlock. This very rocky trail passes by large boulders.
    • Informal Trail
      Easiest 0.13 miles
    • Grove Run
      More Difficult 0.90 miles
      Grove Run Trail is a 4-mile loop that starts with a gentle slope behind the Grove Run Picnic Area and becomes progressively steeper. Part of this trail follows Grove Run.
  • Horse_Ride

    Horse Trail

  • biking

    Biking

  • Mountain_Bike

    Mountain Biking

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