The 3,002-acre Beltzville State Park is in the southern foothills of the Poconos. Pohopoco Creek, an excellent trout stream, feeds the 949-acre Beltzville Lake, which is a rest stop for migrating waterfowl and is a destination for boaters and anglers. The sand beach and picnic pavilions are very popular. Recreational facilities are a result of a cooperative effort of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources-Bureau of State Parks and the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Very easy hike. Pretty waterfall at the beginning however the rest of the hike is pretty much just walking in the woods. Not a lot of climbing or things to see. I'm glad our family (2 adults, 5yr old and 4yr old) did it but we'll probably look for something a little more challenging our next visit.
Roxanne I. on Beltzville State Park Christman/Fal...
Easy walking, nice falls
We were very pleasantly surprised at these trails. There are a TON of unmarked trails so you may wander off, but most times you just loop back to the yellow trail. The white trail was so incredibly nice with soft needles underfoot and a beautiful forest. The green trail was short, but it offered some fantastic photo opportunities. Not difficult at all to navigate.
Ground Pine trail was overgrown, clearly blazed. On the other hand, Christman Trail was a delight . At times the pathway meandered thru open spaces alongside the woods and other times it was an easily navigable path thru pine and deciduous trees. Clearly blazed, not a soul to be seen this Sunday afternoon in June. Beltzville State Park itself by the lake was chocker-block full with families enjoying the facilities.