Without a doubt, one of my favorite outdoor areas in Pennsylvania is Worlds End State Park. In fact, this park, as well as the Loyalsock State Forest that surrounds it, were a major part of the reason why I picked Sullivan County as one of my favorite counties for outdoor adventure in PA.
At less than 800 acres, Worlds End State Park isn’t a large park. However, since it’s surrounded by Loyalsock State Forest, it creates a wide swath of land that’s perfect for exploring. Because these areas of public land are so closely intertwined, I’ve included many things to do in the forest as well as Worlds End State Park.
While Loyalsock State Park is very large, I’ve limited inclusions on this list to the area that surrounds the park and are on the parcel of land that contains the 59-mile Loyalsock Trail. That corresponds roughly to the forest and park land on the southern shores of Loyalsock Creek in Sullivan County.
So, if you are trying to figure out what to do in Worlds End State Park near Forksville, PA, here are my favorite things to do in this great corner of the state.