Beginning at a neat little covered bridge, this is an easy hike along a gated road that follows Buffalo Creek on State Game Lands 232. Deer, waterfowl, squirrels, and other wildlife are common. A variety of songbirds can be found in the wetlands at the far end of the hike. The trail borders private property in some areas. That land is posted against trespassing, so be sure to stick to the road unless you’re sure you are still on public ground.
This area is very popular with hunters, primarily from October through late January and again from late April to late May. If you want to hike here at those times of year, it’s best to do so on Sunday, when most hunting is prohibited.
Pittsburgh, PA - Birding,Cross-Country Skiing,Hiking,Mountain Biking,Walking - Trail Length: 5.6