Raccoon Creek State Park

Hookstown, Pennsylvania 15050

Raccoon Creek State Park

Raccoon Creek State Park Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"The trail that takes you to the remains of the Frankfort Mineral Springs Resort is neither a long nor a difficult one. It begins across the road from the park office, in a small parking lot on Cabin Road. There’s room for maybe a dozen cars here. That’s usually plenty, except on nice weekends. Then—or when the park, its Friends group, or other organized hiking groups schedule an outing—the springs can draw a crowd.

In that case, park at the office and just walk to the trailhead. The trail goes uphill just a bit at the start, on a grassy track, then parallels a small trickle of a stream and Route 18. That means you’ll hear traffic noise along the way. Still, wildlife is common. White-tailed deer, including fawns, aren’t unheard of in spring and early summer."

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Raccoon Creek State Park, 3000 State Rte. 18, Hookstown 15050-1605; (724) 899-2200; www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks/FindAPark/RaccoonCreek StatePark/Pages/default.aspx
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Dec 2018