Sunday, May 31, 2020

Hidden Gems of PA - Hyner View State Park Overlook

Explorer Lens

Pennsylvania is home to many beautiful outdoor destinations. It is known to have some of the most gorgeous waterfalls and stunning overlook points. With natural wonders like Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Pocono Mountains, to ringing rocks and the longest river on East Coast - Susquehanna River, this state has it all.

But there are some crowing glories of Pennsylvania’s landscape, which will make you go all gaga about this state. Through this series, I will take you for a virtual tour of these hidden gems of PA.
So, without further ado, here is the first place on the list – Hyner View State Park Overlook.

Hyner View State Park Overlook located in Hyner View State Park is one of the best scenic overlook in entire Pennsylvania. It is 1940 feet above sea level and provides breathtaking views of the Susquehanna River valley.

You can drive all the way to the top and the overlook point is just a small walk from the parking lot.
At the point there is an overlook wall that was built in 1930 by Civil Conservation Corps and you can comfortably sit on the wall and treat yourself to the awesomeness of the nature.

Many daredevils and adventure seekers also try their hands on hang gliding and paragliding from the top. It is fun to watch and we really enjoyed it.

Address:Hyner Overlook Vista, Hyner View State Park, Clinton County, PA

The parking is free, though there are only few spots available.

Admission:There is no admission fee for the overlook point

Amenities:There are restrooms available at the top. Hyner View State Park has a small picnic area too.

There is also a very beautiful city in the vicinity of the park - Lock Haven City.
Located near the confluence of the West Branch Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Creek, this city has got some stunning views of the river and surrounding mountains.

You can walk along the William Clinger Riverwalk starting from the Veterans Park and enjoy the beautiful river views, cool breezes, the Corman Amphitheatre and floating stage. We also saw boats taking people along the river.

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