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Description - Twin Lakes in north central Pennsylvania provide overnight and day use facilities in a scenic environment near the Borough of Tioga, at the intersection of PA 287 and US 15. The US Army Corps of Engineers offers plenty of year-round outdoor recreation opportunities including mountain biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking and hunting. Wildlife viewing and photography are also enjoyed. Pets are welcome.

Attractions - Twin Lakes in north central Pennsylvania provide overnight and day use facilities in a scenic environment near the Borough of Tioga, at the intersection of PA 287 and US 15.

Recreation - Located in north central Pennsylvania, this Army Corps of Engineers' project offers plenty of outdoor recreation. Year-round enjoyment is offered through a variety of activities including: mountain biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking and hunting. Wildlife viewing and photography are also enjoyed. Pets are welcome.

Climate - Pennsylvania generally has a moist climate with cold winters and warm summers. The Tioga-Hammond Lakes area has cold winter months with temperatures averaging around 22 degrees Fahrenheit (-6 degrees Celsius). The area's average summer temperatures range around 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 Celsius). Precautions should be made when traveling this snowy area in the winter.

Location - Tioga-Hammond Lakes are located along the northern border of Pennsylvania. It is about 40 - 45 miles north of Williamsport off US 15. Turn left (west) onto SR 217.


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Contact Information:
Tioga-Hammond Lakes, RR1, Box 65 , Tioga, PA, 16946-9733, Phone: 717-835-5281

Additional Information:
Allegheny National Forest Area - The Allegheny National Forest Region of Pennsylvania is a remote area of the state characterized by wilderness surroundings. This region offers the best opportunities for viewing elk and black bear.
Pennsylvania Lakes and Reservoirs - Pennsylvania boasts as having more flowing water than any other state in the "lower 48." Whether you're looking for limestone streams, famous for trout fishing or whitewater rapids for an afternoon thrill ride, this state can fulfill that desire. The keystone state offers over 2,500 lakes and 300 streams. Ricketts Glen State Park is famous for its 30 waterfalls, the highest being a 94 foot tumble. In addition, Pennsylvania is home to the Allegheny National Forest known for its lush hardwoods, rich wildlife and a 12,000 acre lake considered ideal for catching trophy walleye, pike and muskellunge.

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Tioga-Hammond Lakes - Official agency website

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