Hiking Trails

Grab Life by the Hiking Trails! Oil Creek State Park, the Kennerdell Tract of Clear Creek State Forest and Two Mile Run County Park offer multiple, self-contained hiking trails. If you want a longer walk, jump onto the North Country Trail, America’s longest National Scenic Trail.



Oil Creek State Park

Oil Creek State Park offers 52 miles of trails through scenic woods rich in history including the 36 mile Gerard Hiking Trail plus interpretive trails and walking tours. For more information about where to go and what to see on the trails, visit the Park’s website.

Two Mile Run County Park

The County Park’s 28 miles of trails provides an opportunity to enjoy the Oil Region’s great outdoors. For more information about the Park and its amenities, visit Two Mile Run County Park’s website.

Kennerdell Tract of Clear Creek State Forest

Much of Clear Creek State Forest lies in Jefferson and Forest Counties but the Kennerdell Tract hugs the Allegheny River in the heart of the Oil Region providing miles of hiking trails. Visit the Clear Creek website for more information and maps.

North Country Trail

The North Country Trail is 4,600 miles of year round recreation opportunity linking New York with North Dakota over 7 states. The main trail intersects the Erie-to-Pittsburgh trail just south of the Oil Region in Parker. Temporary connectors and spurs use the Sandy Creek and Allegheny River Trails in the Oil Region to join the permanent trail in Clarion to Parker. For a map of the Oil Region trail sections, click here. For more information visit North Country Trail.org.