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There is an 8.5 mile trail that encircles the park, Prospect Rock Trail is part of that path.

An 8.5 mile trail encircles the northern end of the park by way of the old entrance road, old Route 611 and Prospect Rock Trail. Portions of Prospect Rock Trail are physically demanding and should not be attempted without the proper foot wear and conditioning. The old road portions of the trail are also suitable for bicycling. From the south side of the lake, the trail connects with the Frank Gantz Trail which travels between Gouldsboro and Tobyhanna State Parks.

Directions: From Gouldsboro, PA, Take SR 507 for .5 mile to the park entrance. You may access the trail from any of the parking lots and picnic areas.

Elevation: 500 feet

Distance: 8.5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Gouldsboro State Park, Pennsylvania


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