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Hyner Run State Park
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Hyner Run State Park Spread Your Wings © Janara Hoppock
A para-glider after take off at Hyner View State Park.
Hyner Run State Park Leap of Fait © Janara Hoppock
A para-glider at Hyner View State Park, a real must see.
Hyner Run State Park Hyner View © Scott Williams
Looking East along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River from Hyner View Lookout, part of Hyner Run State Park.
Hyner Run State Park Hyner View Looking West © Scott Williams
Looking to the west from Hyner View, part of Hyner Run State Park.
Hyner Run State Park Hyner View Sign © Scott Williams
View of DCNR Hyner View Sign in autumn, part of Hyner Run State Park, PA.
Hyner Run State Park © Donna Davis
Hyner View
Hyner Run State Park Forest Fire Warden Memorial © Scott Williams
Marker recognizing service of Pennsylvania Forest Fire Wardens, Hyner View, Hyner Run State Park.
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86 Hyner Park Road
North Bend, Pennsylvania   17760

Phone: 570-923-6000
Toll Free: 888-727-2757
Reservations: 888-727-2757
Email: park email button icon
The stream Hyner Run carves a small valley from the surrounding steep mountains, creating a cozy, quiet place for a family adventure. The park is entirely surrounded by Sproul State Forest, Pennsylvania?s largest state forest. Hyner View State Park is nearby.
History of the Area
The park was originally developed as a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp. Although most traces of the camp are gone, some remain as reminders of that era. In 1944, much of the park was planted with red and white pine, known as plantation number 10-44-8.

For more information on the CCC, visit the Civilian Conservation Corps Online Archive.

The park opened to the public in 1958 with the completion of the swimming pool, bathhouse, concession, picnic area and restrooms. A camping area was later added to the park and was opened to the public in 1975. Many other improvements and maintenance to the park have been accomplished through the federally funded Youth Conservation Corps and the Young Adult Conservation Corps programs.
A modern cabin that sleeps eight people is available for rent year-round. It is a two-story house with three bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, living room and enclosed sun porch. Renters provide their own bed linens and bathroom articles. Kitchenware and eating utensils are provided.
The camping area is open the second week in April and closes after the end of deer season in December. The camping area has 30 sites. Each site contains a level pad, picnic table and fire ring. Water and non-flush toilets with handwashing facilities are centrally located in the area, and a sanitary dump station is near the entrance of the campground.
The large swimming pool is open from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, unless otherwise posted. The hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. There is also a 15 feet by 15 feet wading pool.

The seven-acre picnic area contains 150 picnic tables with the majority of tables in full to partial shade. A limited number of grills are also available. Two picnic pavilions, 24 feet by 36 feet, may be reserved up to 11 months in advance for a fee. Unreserved picnic pavilions are free on a first come first served basis.
The park is the eastern trailhead for the 50-mile Donut Hole Trail system, a moderate to rugged trail for the backpackers. Shorter hikes are available close to the park on state forest lands.
Area Attractions
Clinton County Economic Partnership, 888-388-6991.

Bucktail State Park: This 75-mile scenic drive stretches through the narrow valley from Lock Haven through Renovo to Emporium on PA 120. It follows the route taken by the famous civil war regiment, the Bucktail Rangers, on their way to fight in the Civil War.

State Parks: Other state parks in the area include Bald Eagle, Kettle Creek, Little Pine, Ole Bull and Hyner View.

Sproul State Forest: Hyner Run State Park and Hyner View State Park are in the heart of the 276,764-acre Sproul State Forest. There are many miles of scenic state forest roads, foot trails, snowmobile trails and scenic overlooks. The very first purchase of public lands by the Commonwealth is not far from the park on the Young Womans Creek at Bull Run, where a monument commemorates this event. 717-923-6011

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
June 27 one of my best place to go on vacation. by Linda Morton
park review stars; one to five My Dad Lived In Hyner,, And God Took Him Home To Rest In Peace.I lived in Hyner when i was younger.Texas Been Home For Me For Years.It Was Real Pretty and Green When We Came Up To Dads.
September 26 One of the cleanest, well-kept parks. by Leb. County
park review stars; one to five I have been going to park for over 40 years. Swimming pool is great (sometimes cool water). Nice climbing wall. A nice setting for a great camping weekend. Nice to visit the town of Renova, especially during Fall Foliage Weekend.
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The 180-acre Hyner Run State Park is in Chapman Township, Clinton County, six miles east of Renovo, on PA 120, and three miles north of Hyner on Hyner Run Road.

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