Explore the best trails near Lake Harmony with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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trail locations for Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania

Beautiful hike at Hickory Run State Park. This is part of a series of trails you can walk for hours. Got to the Skyline from Gould trail which is where the directions took us to. Just follow Gould and it will take you to Skyline. Definitely going back to explore more of the trails there.

Beautiful place...

Beautiful trail but very very slippery during winter.

It was a very nice hike in a beautiful area. Use caution during snowing conditions as the trail was icy. Well worth it!

Beautiful winter hike. A bit icy which was tricky at the start, but after that it was a nice stroll through the rhododendrons along the creek. Three dams made for spectacular ice!

hiking
15 days ago

Cool hike in the snow. Waterfall was worth it. Easy hike, moderate in the snow

Lovely place with lots of trails and wildlife. Very serene and the beach is also nice. The trails range from easy to difficult. I love deer trail. It's quite beautiful. The trail was a bit humid and there was quite a few nats, but those things are to be expected in the outdoors.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice hike for the whole family (7-70 yo).

walking
2 months ago

Really easy trail nice litter falls good for dogs

rock climbing
2 months ago

This place is fun. There are picnic tables to have lunch. I brought my friends kids there and they had a blast climbing around. I've also been here for Girl Scouts. There are trails on the back side of the field that go into the woods.

walking
2 months ago

very pretty little trail

hiking
2 months ago

Loved it!

the trail starts at the office of Hickory Run State Park. great hike. The trail is moderate due to the rocks and roots on the trail

Took our toddler in the osprey poco. Nice little family outing. Beautiful falls.

Beautiful very interesting trail, and fun for dogs too! I wouldn't rate it as difficult, but you do need to be sure-footed as it is pretty "bumpy". Not a long trail but the interesting factor makes up for it. I went in September but it must be even more beautiful in June with the Mountain Laurel in bloom.