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The Bridle Trail is OPEN, September 20, 2014 <8:25am> Hikers should be aware that drinking water is not available at the summit of Morrow Mountain at this time. Drinking water is available at all other areas of the park. Motorist and cyclists should be aware that construction crews will be installing water and sewer lines underneath the park road to the summit from Monday, September 15 in the morning, until Friday, September 19 in the afternoon. There may be rough sections of roadway and brief delays while construction is ongoing. Please follow the directions of the flagmen. Other areas of the park; including the lower picnic area, boat ramp, campgrounds, cabins and hiking trails will remain open and unaffected by this construction. ... details ±
The BOATHOUSE is OPEN on WEEKENDS ONLY (Saturday & Sunday) through the first weekend in November. The boathouse will close for the season at 5:45 on Sunday, November 2, 2014 (Old Fashion Day).

The POOL is CLOSED for the season.



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  • WelcomeEnjoy the gifts of nature at Morrow Mountain State Park.
  • ActivityRent a canoe or bring your own.
  • TrailsExperience the beauty and diversity of the park on foot or horseback.
  • EducationCast your line from the accessible pier or fish from the river banks.
  • CampingThe park offers tent and RV camping, backpack campsites, and vacation cabins.
  • FloraWildflowers color the landscape.
  • VolunteersDENR volunteers helping with park cleanup.
  • ExhibitsVisit the natural and cultural history museum or the historic Kron House.
  • ActivitySee history come to life with a Revolutionary War re-enactment in the park.
  • FaunaWhite-tailed deer thrive at Morrow Mountain State Park.
  • ParkA dip in the pool is the perfect way to cool off after a long hike.
  • ScenicAnother fantastic day at Morrow Mountain State Park.
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