The Bald Eagle State Forest offers 48 miles of mountain bike trails.
There are 25 different trails to choose from. Plus hundreds of miles of forest roads that offer stunning views. Anyone living in central Pennsylvania has to try this area. You will not be dissappointed. The trails range in difficulty from novice to extreme. Most of the trails are accessible from the Pennsylvania State Route 192 between Lewisburg and Centre Hall. The trails in the state forest lie between Lavonia and Forest Hill. Trails run throughout the area, it is a good idea to stop in and check with the Forest Headquarters to help you decide exactly where to ride.
How to get there:
Nearly all of the trails located in the Bald Eagle State Forest are located south of I-80 and north of US Hwy 322 and 522.
The Forest Headquarters is located just off I-80 west of Milton. Take I-80 to Exit 28. Then the Forest Hwy. 880 to Carroll. Pass Carroll and go left to Eastville. The Forest Headquarters is just south of Eastville on McCall Dam Road.
You can also park along State Highway 45. Look for the Hairy Johns Picnic Area on the west side of the forest. You will find trails north of this area and off of Winklebleck Road.
State Hwy 235 offers a parking area in Booney Mountain, which is just north of Troxelville and another Forest Headquarters. The parking lot is located on the west side of Hwy. 235 and provides access to the Middle Ridge Trail, which provides access to many others.
More parking areas can be found along State Hwy. 192, East of Lavonia.
You can get a map by contacting
The Bald Eagle State Forest
PO Box 147
Laurelton, PA 17845-0147