bookmark_borderBlack Moshannon Trails for Kids

We had a great time going out to Black Moshannon State Park. I set a pin for the Start of the Hay Road Trail and was off by only a couple of feet. If you set coordinates, in your GPS to 40.90156568631821, -78.05769838881423 you will end up in a nice gravel parking area right by boat launch 3 along the West Side Road. To your left is the start of the bog trail which is gorgeous, to your right about 10 to 20 feet is the start to the Hay Road Trail. You will need to look for the marker post, see my pictures at the end of this article.

The Bog, Indian, and Hay Road trails are all wonderful for beginners. Indian trail, in the beginning, is heavy with roots and rock so pay special attention if you have little ones hiking with you. Hay Road trial when done in the back end of a loop is down a slight grade and has very few rocks and roots. My girls are ages 15,13, and 8. They all had no problem and really enjoyed the trails. We went on the bog trail and went up Indian Trail and looped around back down the Hay Road Trail. Be careful if you take a left onto the Moss-Hanne trail, it is 7 miles, and you want to make sure you have enough daylight to make it back.

I hope you enjoy these pictures. The next park I want to visit is Blue Knob State Park, stay tuned and keep on hiking!

Link to Black Moshannon State Park Map

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Hello fellow hikers and people who love natural beauty. I would like to post informational things on the blog, that will help fellow hikers, especially those with children, so they can also enjoy a good hike. My pictures I will be posting on Instagram so please follow me @living2hike. I am trying to take a hike almost every weekend when time allows from my life schedule (isn’t that funny). My family loves hiking with me, and it is something that really gives me peace. This week I am planning to head to Black Moshannon State Park to enjoy the Hay Road Trail. More to come. Everyone stay healthy, safe, and love each other!

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