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This is the park's longest trail which travels around the circumference of the north side of the park.

Moore's Hill Trail is approximately 2.5 miles in length. The trail begins next to the handicapped parking area off the dirt road. You will see the trail next to the historic Blair Limestone Company kilns. The path travels past the water tower and into the designated hunting area. It crosses the horse trail then travels to another kiln, the Hartman Site. The trail follows the park boundary where you will see Mary Ann's Creek. It follows the creek leading you to Limestone Trail which you must take to return to your beginning point by the Blair Kilns.

Directions: From Hollidaysburg, PA, Travel east on US 22 for 7 miles until you arrive at the small village of Canoe Creek. Turn north on the Turkey Valley Road for .5 mile to the main park entrance road. Travel past the park office and stay on the main park road to the very last parking lot which is next to the visitor center. Beginning on Limestone Trail walking to the Blair Limestone site. You may also access the trail by the handicapped parking.

Elevation: 500 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 2.5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Canoe Creek State Park, Pennsylvania

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