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Truby Trail is a wide vehicle path that gently climbs the hill from the far camping area to the gate at the park's south boundary. This trail goes through mostly a hardwood forest at it ascends up a steep hill. It also follows Truby Valley for most of the length offering expansive vistas in all directions.

Directions: From Brookville, PA, Take SR 36 north about 8 miles and turn right (east) onto SR 949. Take it north about 5 miles to the state park. Travel the main park road bearing left at the fork. The trail begins at the southeasterly side of the camping loop.

Elevation: 500 feet

Distance: 1.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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