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Tuscarora State Forest Map
TUSCARORA STATE FOREST IS IN THE HEART OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA AND IS KNOWN FOR ITS SPECTACULAR RIDGE AND VALLEY TOPOGRAPHY AND REMOTE FEEL.
This nearly 100,000 acre State Forest, just west of Harrisburg, PA connects the Rothrock, Raystown and Michaux Lizard Maps and offers miles of trails and gravel roads making it a perfect destination for your Pennsylvania adventures.
"Just want to say that I freaking love your maps!! I'm in Maryland but go into PA regularly for weekend State Forest exploring." - Jeff
A REAL MAP FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCES
A beautifully designed, easy to read topographic map featuring contour lines, elevation data, shaded relief, and all the details you need to plan your adventures: backroads and trails, trail use designations, road surfaces (paved/gravel/administrative), parking access, campsites, public lands, historic sites and more.
Lizard Maps are durable, waterproof, and give you the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in your back pocket. The scale is 1:63,119 (1 inch = 1 mile) and includes both lat/lon and UTM coordinate systems.
Public land: Tuscarora State Forest is over 96,000 acres, and this map also includes parts of Rothrock State Forest, and parts of State Game Lands 71, 88, 99, 112, 113, 169, 215, 230.
For boaters, the Juniata River is mapped out from Huntingdon to Mount Union, showing boat launch access and public river island campsites.
Destinations include Colonel Denning, Little Buffalo, and Fowlers Hollow State Parks, and the Hemlocks and Masland Natural Areas.
Major hiking trails are the Tuscarora State Forest section of the 250-mile Tuscarora Trail from Route 641 to Waggoner's Gap, and a section of the 84-mile Standing Stone Trail from Jacks Mountain to Willie's Window in Rothrock State Forest.
Towns: Blain, Carlisle, Huntingdon, Lewistown, McVeytown, Mifflintown, Mount Union, Newville, Port Royal, PA.
Lizards! The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”.