Hickory Run State Park Campground

White Haven, Pennsylvania

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Hickory Run is a great place for hiking, fishing, and hunting, as well as other activities. Myriad trails throughout the park range in difficulty from flat and easy to steep, rugged, and difficult. Hickory Run is a large (15,500 acres) state park located in the southern reaches of the Pocono Mountains, not far south of the resort area Lake Harmony. Like the rest of the Poconos, this park bears considerable evidence of glaciation, particularly in its northern section as the park lies at the southern terminus of the extension of the last glacial era. The park is covered with the poor, rocky soil so characteristic of landscapes shaped by glaciers. The glaciers advanced, scouring the land beneath them, and when they retreated the soil they left behind consisted mostly of pulverized granite.

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"Hickory Run is a great place for hiking, fishing, and
hunting, as well as other activities. Myriad trails
throughout the park range in difficulty from flat and
easy to steep, rugged, and difficult. Hickory Run is a large (15,500 acres) state park located in the southern reaches of the Pocono Mountains, not far south of the resort area Lake Harmony.

Like the rest of the Poconos, this park bears considerable evidence of glaciation, particularly in its northern section as the park lies at the southern terminus of the extension of the last glacial era. The park is covered with the poor, rocky soil so characteristic of landscapes shaped by glaciers. The glaciers advanced, scouring the land beneath them, and when they retreated the soil they left behind consisted mostly of pulverized granite."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: White Haven
Campsites: 381
Season: Second Friday in April to late December
Additional Use: Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: 570-443-0400, tinyurl.com/hickoryrunsp
Fees per Night: $19-$25
Facilities: Showers, flush toilets; shower facilities not available after third Sunday in October. Several sites and restrooms are ADA-accessible.
Driving Directions: Directions to Hickory Run State Park Campground

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