Tohickon Valley Park

Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania 18950

Tohickon Valley Park

Tohickon Valley Park Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This 612-acre park is very near a number of big urban centers yet draws rock climbers from around the country. They come here to camp and climb the nearby 200-foot-tall red shale cliffs called High Rocks.

There is also some good primitive hiking through steeply sloping woods that border the boulder-filled Tohickon Creek gorge, as well as a spectacular vista.

Eighty-two species of birds, some of them rare, have been spotted here, as have copperheads, one of three venomous species of snake in Pennsylvania. Tohickon Creek is also a favorite with trout anglers."

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Trail Information

Point Pleasant
Nearby City
Year-round for sites 1 to 8; Apr 16 to Nov 14 for the rest
Swimming, Fishing, Hiking, Birding, Rock Climbing
Additional Use
Fees per Night
Flush toilets mid-Apr to Nov (vault toilets thereafter), warm showers, water, sanitary dump station, picnic tables, fire rings, swimming pool, playgrounds

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Dec 2018