DCNR Calendar of Events

Blue Knob State Park

Blue Knob State Park offers year-round wilderness adventures on 6,128 acres of woodland. The park is in the northwestern tip of Bedford County, west of I-99. Altoona, Johnstown and Bedford are within 25 miles of this scenic park. The elevation of the park can cause air temperatures to be several degrees cooler than the surrounding cities. The annual snowfall averages about 12 feet. One of the unique features of the park is the solitude it provides the visitor. There are many opportunities to enjoy the quiet and refreshing serenity of the mountains and streams.

124 Imler Road, Imler, PA 16655-9207

Phone

814-276-3576

Website

dcnr.state.pa.us

Region

South

Email

blueknobsp@pa.gov

Upcoming Events

Animal Traces

Come be a detective and discover all the amazing traces that our Pennsylvania animals leave behind. You will be surprised how many clues that you never knew...

8/25 10am
Making Apple Cider Pavia Style

Come experience the apple cider making process through a demonstration on an apple cider press that has been donated to the park by the Elmer and Mary Dibert...

8/30 7pm
Dragonflies and Damselflies

Come learn about the dragonflies and damselflies native to the Allegheny Mountains of PA. Dr. Lane Loya, professor at St. Francis University, will be...

8/31 7pm
Under Dog Hike

We will be hiking the look out loop trail to the beautiful Pavia Outlook. Please, wear hiking shoes and bring plenty of water. This is an easy to moderate...

9/1 10am

Recent Events

Backyard Birds

8/24/2019

Turtles of PA

8/18/2019

Hoot for Owls

8/16/2019

Recent Activity

Juscinda R. Matlin

Juscinda R. Matlin left a positive review 8/9/2019

I had a blast of a time hiking with the Ranger. Very knowledgeable and kind. Enjoyed the group of people that also was a part of the hike.

Coleen McDermott Lund

Coleen McDermott Lund left a positive review 6/21/2015

Our cub scouts really enjoyed the tree walk! Our Cub Master even quizzed them the next week at our Day Camp by getting leaves from around camp!