DCNR Calendar of Events

Hills Creek State Park

Located in scenic Tioga County, the 407-acre Hills Creek State Park abounds in wildlife. Osprey, loon and waterfowl visit the lake that boasts a variety of warm-water fish species. Camping, cabins, swimming and picnicking make this an ideal spot for a family vacation.

111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901-9676

Phone

570-724-4246

Website

dcnr.state.pa.us

Region

North

Manager

Ben Stone

Email

hillscreeksp@pa.gov

Upcoming Events

Bats on the Brink

As darkness falls, learn about the main benefits of bats, the very real threat they face today, and what you can do to help. Conclude the program by watching...

7/19 8:30pm
Elk in PA

Please join the PA Game Commission Northcentral Environmental Educator, Mandy Marconi, for an All about Pennsylvania Elk Program. During this hands-on...

7/20 8pm
Animal Olympics

See examples of animal record holders in all areas, in many activities. Examples from the park and world will be highlighted.

7/21 8:30pm
The Need for Natives

Meet some plants that have lived in Pennsylvania for thousands of years. Learn how they are uniquely fitted to their environment and the animals who share...

7/26 7pm
Bats on the Brink

As darkness falls, learn about the main benefits of bats, the very real threat they face today, and what you can do to help. Conclude the program by watching...

7/26 8:30pm

Recent Events

Bobcat in PA

7/13/2019

Canoe Tour

7/13/2019

Coyotes in PA

7/7/2019

Recent Activity

Lindy Conoscenti

Lindy Conoscenti left a positive review 7/17/2019

It was a wonderful experience for our grandchildren. The lady and gentleman who ran it were awesome and explained so much to the kids and they loved it. They even got dressed up in period clothing and made everyone laugh as they came out as a guy dressed like an Indian lady and the girl as a pioneer guy. The even had us come over for donuts on Sunday and we helped make them over an open fire. I can not recommend a program more as the man and women who ran that camp got our 12 and 13 year grand kids completely engaged in learning about the 1700's! Well done!!