Salt Springs State Park

A 405-acre state park.

Salt Springs is home to some incredible hemlock trees that are over 500 years old – some being among the largest trees in all of Pennsylvania, as well as a gorge with three waterfalls.  It is the only state park in Pennsylvania that is managed by a non-profit organization, the Friends of Salt Springs Park. The state owns 405-acres of land and the Friends own an additional 437 acres, bringing the total amount of protected land to 842 acres.

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Need more information on the Endless Mountains? Request a print copy of the visitors guide and the calendar of events brochure or you can view the guide online.

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