Overlook Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Drumore, Pennsylvania that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until October.
This was a nice hike. Easy. Not well marked but still great trails.
Nice short trail with beautiful scenic views of the Susquehanna River
We took the overlook trail to the rhododendron trail to the fire trail. The rhododendron trail was very difficult and consisted of many steep hills. This trail had some poor marking spots that took some figuring out which way to go. I suggest staying away from this trail unless your a very experienced hiker and are wearing proper hiking shoes, because you will slip in regular tennis shoes. The other trails were great though and I'll definitely go back!
Nice trail. The rhododendron trail had some fairly steep ups and downs and not surprisingly a ton of rhododendrons. Hoping to return when they're in full bloom.
There is parking at the ball fields along with bathrooms and running water. We hiked in from this parking area and circled the park using the Overlook Trail, the Fire Trail, the Holly Trail and the Spring Trail. This loop was about 2.5 miles. The trails are very well marked, and even display the level of difficulty a the trail head. The two overlooks are the main attraction.
I did most of the trails in this state park. The views are gorgeous. If your up for a strenuous hike. Check out the northern trails. Southern trails are flat.