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Tram Road Trail is a good trail for anglers. There are two small ponds (dam) and the trail parallels Jones Mill Run. The trail begins on the western side of the main park road before reaching a second gated road. The trail is 1.5 miles one-way offering a pleasant journey through beautiful hardwoods. The trail terminates at Jones Mill Road. You must retrace your steps at this point. Tram Road Trail intersects with Pump House Trail which leads to other interior park trails, much like Tram Road Trail.

Directions: From Somerset, PA, Travel west on SR 31 approximately 6 - 8 miles turning left (south) onto SR 3037. Follow it to the park entrance. Travel the main park road bearing right at the fork. Travel past Buck Run Road. Before you reach the next small road, the trail begins on the west side of the main park road.

Elevation: 2,300 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Laurel Hill State Park, Pennsylvania


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