WORLDS END STATE PARK
WORLDS END STATE PARK
PO Box 62
Forksville, Pennsylvania 18616
Toll Free: 888-727-2757
Worlds End State Park is in a narrow S-shaped valley of the Loyalsock Creek just south of Forksville, Sullivan County. The scenery is spectacular, especially the June mountain laurel and fall foliage. Canyon Vista, reached via Mineral Spring and Cold Run roads, provides outstanding views.
The 19 rustic cabins are available for rent year-round. Rentals are for one week periods during the summer, and two-night minimum stays in the off-season. Information is available at the park office. Cabins are equipped with a refrigerator, range, fireplace insert, table, chairs and beds. A central shower building is available and a recycling is center at the entrance to the cabin area.
Camping: modern sites, some with elec.
A 70-site tent and trailer campground is along PA 154, one mile east of the park office. Half of the campsites have electric hookups. Water and restrooms are within a short distance of all sites. Showers are in both loops. A sanitary dumping station is available for emptying travel trailer holding tanks. Pets are not permitted, and access is not guaranteed in the winter.
Organized Group Tenting:
This rustic area has three sites that hold 30 people, or combine for holding 90 people. Adult and youth groups may apply. Advance reservations are necessary.
BBs / Inns
This romantic country inn sits atop the area's highest point, a 2,200-foot peak, just outside the unique Victorian village of Eagles Mere - sometimes called the town that time forgot.
4.3 miles from park*
A small dam on Loyalsock Creek forms a swimming area that is open from late-May to mid-September, 8 a.m. to sunset. Swim at your own risk. The mountain stream water is always cold and exhilarating.
Whitewater boaters may use the Loyalsock Creek at any time of the year although the area by the swimming beach is closed during the summer. The best water is March to May. Due to rapid fluctuations in water level, kayakers should inquire about conditions before coming to the park. The stream is NOT suitable for open canoes.