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Raymond B Winter State Park Mifflinburg

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Raymond B Winter State Park
17215 Buffalo Road
Mifflinburg
PA
17844
Tel: 570 966 1455

Where are we going today?

Raymond B Winter State Park covers all manner of terrain within it's 695 acres from mountain streams and rocky ridges to floral basins and deep forest.

The swimming beach is a focal point with a 300 foot stretch of soft white sand and safe swimming though there is no lifeguard cover.

There are a range of hiking and mountain biking trails which cover a variety of distances and are graded as to difficulty so one may choose what suits. There are also adventure play areas and picnic facilities spread throughout the park.

Other seasonal activities include fishing and ice fishing, snow mobiling and cross country skiing.

Camping is also available.

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How much does it cost?

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When can we go?

Year round daylight access, certain activities discouraged in poor weather.

Teachers corner

Curriculum-based environmental education programs are available to schools, youth organizations and homeschool associations. Group programs must be scheduled in advance by calling the park office. Popular topics for students include adaptations, bird life, amphibians, reptiles, geology, wetland or forest ecosystems, watersheds and aquatic studies..

I'm Hungry!

Picnicking facilities provided..

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    Stayed here for 2 nights with my family in our motor home. The campground is well kept and the facilities were clean. It was very quiet and we had hiking trails leading right from our camping area into the woods. The park is a great place if you like thick forests and wetland areas. Lots of vernal pools. My kids had a great time with the small bubbling spring near the lake, since we convinced them the water was boiling until they put their hand in it. The environmental center is excellent and shouldn't be missed. The biologist that runs the...Read More

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    Quiet beautiful setting with nice trails thru 2nd growth forest. Some of the local fauna were chipmunks , squirrels and even a young deer. Slept in a cabin and did not mind an all day rain falling on us. The dam is amazing and hand built.

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by Mark Boeckel

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Stayed here for 2 nights with my family in our motor home. The campground is well kept and the facilities were clean. It was very quiet and we had hiking trails leading right from our camping area into the woods. The park is a great place if you like thick forests and wetland areas. Lots of vernal pools. My kids had a great time with the small bubbling spring near the lake, since we convinced them the water was boiling until they put their hand in it. The environmental center is excellent and shouldn't be missed. The biologist that runs the center was extremely knowledgeable and did a great presentation on woodpeckers that was geared towards children. She also let me and my son borrow a book on mushrooms so that we could collect some edible varieties that were growing in the forest. Can't wait to go back.

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