First used as a tourist look out in the early 1900’s, this state park is a jewel in Tioga County. As the main viewing point of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon LHSP offers groups a great place to stretch their legs and enjoy a bit of nature. One of the most photographed places in Pennsylvania, professionals and amateurs alike will want to capture the views. As your step on guide, I share the history of the PA Grand Canyon including its early days of logging and the railroad. With fun facts about historic visitors and things to see your groups will be ready to enjoy the full experience of this stop.

Good to know

Leonard Harrison State Park is an accessible lookout for the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. With beautiful vistas and several vantage points. The paved walkway is completely accessible and the welcome center includes rest rooms, gift shop and historic display area. Picnic tables and pavilions are available for reservation.

Season: May - October

Cost: FREE!

Gift shop and Miller’s Maple wagon available seasonally