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The Lost Turkey Trail is a very popular path for backpackers.

The Lost Turkey Trail was constructed in 1977 by the Youth Conservation Corps. It is a 17 mile trail traversing state park, state forest, game and private lands. Distance markers have been installed at one-kilometer intervals. Hikers are advised to secure maps and information on parking areas, trail conditions and regulations. Many people use sections of this trail for day hikes.

Directions: From Spring Hill, PA, Travel east on SR 164 about 8 - 10 miles. Turn right (south) onto SR 869 and travel it about 8 miles to the state park. After entering the park, make a left onto Knob Road traveling past the swimming pool and continuing on until you see the amphitheater. Turn left just before the amphitheater to reach the family campground loops. You may access Lost Turkey Trail from the northern loop.

Distance: 17 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Blue Knob State Park, Pennsylvania

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