This swimming hole listing is by www. About 1 mile easy hike each way. Gradual entrance slope, good for the whole family but it does get deep! No entrance fee. Bathing suits customary. From I84 take Exit 46 which is RT6. If you are going West on 84 make a left at the exit, If you are going East make a Right. From RT 6 as you enter Milford, go right southwest on 7th street set odometer here then right again on a road that may be ed: RT or Milford Rd.
Make sure you turn left on the second to the Cliff Park Inn. The Inn and Golf Course are closed as well as the connecting road. Hike on the red blazed trail for about. Very confident. Long-time swimming hole in Montour Run near the Montour Trail not far from Robinson Mall, the airport and other commercial development. Rope swing on the Pottsville to the next trailhead for the Montour Trail, near Fedex Dr. Hike the trail northeast a short way maybe.
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Don't know the exact location. If you canoe through the canyon usually there is only enough water in the early springyou may end your trip near here at Blackwell. Little Pine has nicest facilities and swimming beach on lake. Bathing suits may be optional. To get here from Wellsboro, go south on RT about 2. Go about. Go about 1.
Park park at approx The first half mile or so is on private land but right of way is allowed for hikers and fishermen, just no vehicles. Follow this dirt track past a second forestry gate, for about 3 miles. At this point, Rope swing on the Pottsville will be a well-defined path on the left of the dirt track into the woods. Follow this path across the creek for another 2 miles. This path will lead down to the top of a 30 foot water fall, with a dramatic ledge hanging out over the falls. There is a path that le to the bottom of the falls, where there is a deep swimming hole.
Just below the falls, Sand Run and Babbs Creek flow together. If you follow the fork of Babbs Creek a ways, there are several other smaller pools and waterfalls. The hike is long, but fairly easy, and I have made it with a 5 and 7 year old many times with no problems.
It is the single most beautiful spot I have found in my years of hiking. The trails are easy to follow, so don't let the hike discourage you.
Not verified. This description from a visitor in " At Little Falls, Stony Fork PA, the depth of the water here in the summer during the hot season is feet deep.
Great place for swimming, must be careful jumping because there are two large boulders in the water that are larger enough to stand on in the middle and keep you above water. Within 30 feet of Little Falls, downstream around the bend is another deep pool 6 to 8 feet deep during the summer season. From where the pull off is for Little Falls, go down the road less than a half a mile actually, about. At the end of this trail is the prime jewel of the creek. It is a deep azure colored hole whose depth is much debated.
No one ever has". Continue south on Stony Fork Rd, it becomes dirt, through a little area called Paint Run see wooden building on left that says "Paint Run" on a total of 4. Follow the wide, obvious trail from this parking spot upstream to where the falls is. One swimming place is at the foot of this falls. There are several other falls and swimming places along this road.
Continue through Blackwell on RT a short distance where you can't miss seeing on the south side of road left side a very large parking area and a "Rattlesnake Rock". Park and take the foot path not the boat launch road across the West Rim Trail and down to Pine Creek.
You will be at Rattlesnake Rock and the swimming place is here. May be jumping.
Bathing suits customary, very busy place. To get here from Blackwell abovecontinue west on RT Just before you get to the town of Cedar Run, take a very sharp right north turn on Leetonia Rd. RT You will be running along Cedar Run - go about 2. The swimming hole can be clearly seen from this bridge.
Park before the bridge and take a rather indistinct but short trail down to the swimming hole. If you walk up the road to the right, the one that parallels Mine Hole Run, about feet, then go down to Mine Hole Run, you will be on the edge of a little ravine where the creek rushes down chutes and falls in to a pool.
Very pretty and possibly a swimming place IF you can clamber down the steep banks and IF is appears safe to swim there. To get here, continue south on RT to the town of Slate Run. Park somewhere near here don't know where you can park exactly.
Take a steep path down to Slate Run creek and then about a 10 minute hike upstream to a Rope swing on the Pottsville waterfall.
The bathtub is at the top of the waterfall. Even a high rope to swing from if you dare.
Families love it! Pretty confident. Nearby at Kooser S. From the Somerset exit, take RT 31 W. Main St. In Barronvale, take Ream Rd. Here is a picture of the covered bridge.
Go about 1 mile on Fall Run Rd. A swimming hole at the bottom of a 40 foot falls in a small scenic area. There are several "Buttermilk Falls" in PA. This one is also known as "Homewood Falls". Beneath a railroad bridge and very close to the PA Tpke. Not exactly a bucolic setting but a nice little stop in a small natural area off the turnpike. Park in the parking area and take short walk on trail to falls.
City Island Park is a Harrisburg City park in the middle of the Susquehanna River reached by both foot bridge and auto bridge. It Rope swing on the Pottsville some arcade facilities, snack bars, a ball park and is nicely developed and landscaped. It also has a rather uninviting swimming beach on the Susquehanna River.
The swimming beach is basically a Rope swing on the Pottsville apron leading down to the river and seems to be very little used anymore. There appear to be no lifeguards. There is no fee. You will need to walk a short way to the swimming area which is at the northernmost tip of the island. Tubing and swimming place in Conococheague Creek right in the town of Chambersburg.
Definitely not a scenic setting - it right behind a chain link fenced parking area and industrial storage area. The river has a sulfuric read polluted smell to it, and has a milky color. The watering hole appears well-used, but by that I mean well-littered - clothing, cans and bottles litter the shore and are floating in the water.
Where the water was shallow, we could see that the river bottom is covered in silt. We saw several fish in the water so it might not be THAT bad, but we decided to wade in the crystal-clear river at the nearby Caledonia State Park. The Conococheague Creek goes right through Chambersburg and has many swimming and tubing places. One place: In downtown Chambersburg, going west on RT 30, after you cross RT 11 and go over small bridge, see the Texas Lunch Family Restaurant and a parking lot on your left south side.
There may also be a for the restaurant and another parking lot across the street, to your right, on the north side.