Hawk Falls, Pocono

Hawk Falls, Pocono - Address

Address: Hawk Falls, Kidder Township, PA, USA

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About Hawk Falls, Pocono

Hickory Run State Park is a 15,990-acre (6,471 ha) Pennsylvania state park in Kidder and Penn Forest Townships in Carbon County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The park is spread across the Pocono Mountains. The park is easily accessible from Interstate 476 and Interstate 80. Hickory Run State Park was chosen by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and its Bureau of Parks as one of "25 Must-See Pennsylvania State Parks".


Overview of Hawk Falls

This article refers Hawk Falls in Pocono, United States. Missed by most of the visitors, Hawk Falls is unique in its own way.

Most of the Pocono tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Hawk Falls.

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  • Good natural hike to falls with different gradient variations. Able to reach both the top and bottom of falls make it a nice way to spend a day. Good place to take pictures too.

  • Great hike! It is a fairly easy hike to the falls for all ages. About 20 minutes on the trail to reach the falls and take swim if you dare. Be aware, it's cold!

  • Easy little hike to the falls. Beautiful. Cold mountain water. There are some steap rocks to climb if you want or you can walk the trail down to the bottom. We saw a black bear about 50 yards away on the way back.

  • Pretty easy hike.. went a couple weeks ago with remaining snow and wet rocks so the trek down the cliff was interesting. It was a great photo op.

  • Nice easy trail for the whole family. Beautiful scenery, very cold water.

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