PA Wilds Conservation Shop mobile unit reopening at Hills Creek State Park
The PA Wilds Conservation Shop Mobile Unit has opened for the season at Hills Creek State Park, starting May 5. The shop was relocated due to construction that is scheduled this summer and fall at Leonard Harrison State Park.
The new location for the PA Wilds Conservation Shop mobile unit is 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901. Shop hours will remain the same as they were before, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Monday.
The shop can easily be reached within Hills Creek State Park day use area, next to the concession stand.
Located in scenic Tioga County in the Pine Creek Valley and PA Grand Canyon landscape of the PA Wilds, the 407-acre Hills Creek State Park abounds in wildlife and beautiful sights. 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. Hills Creek State Park is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset. Day use areas close at dusk.
Leonard Harrison State Park will experience construction and renovations, expected to last from mid-May until the beginning of September. During this time, the PA Wilds Conservation Shop mobile unit will remain at Hills Creek State Park.
The Center’s PA Wilds Conservation Shops are mission-driven gift shops that improve market access for rural entrepreneurs by sourcing 90 percent of their inventory from rural makers and businesses in the 13-county PA Wilds and intentionally passing foot traffic to area businesses and attractions and raise funds for conservation.