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Indian Trail travels from the southwest area of the lake up to private property along McCord Road. The trail is actually shaped like the letter "L" and connects with Moss-Hanne, Hay Road Trail and Seneca Trail. By bearing onto Seneca Trail, you will reach the parks largest cabin area. A portion of the trail overlaps with Moss-Hanne Trail.

Directions: From Philipsburg, PA, Travel SR 504 east about 9 miles to the state park. Once you enter the park, take a right onto West Side Drive and travel to the second boat launch on your left. Begin on Hay Road Trail (across the road) which intersects with Indian Trail. OR travel to the end of the road and begin on Moss-Hanne Trail and it too intersects with Indian Trail.

Elevation: 500 feet

Difficulty: Easy

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