Timberdoodle Flats Trailhead

  
This trailhead is located off of State Route 59 about 2 miles east of the Bradford Ranger District Office and just east of the intersection of State Routes 59 and 321N. Facilities include: hardened parking area and interpretive/informational signing. This parking lot accesses two short interpretive loop trails (1/2 mile Bluebird Loop and 11/4 mile Woodcock Loop) through a managed wildlife area.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Open 24 Hours
Fees No fee
Permit Info: No permit required
Open Season: January - December
Usage: Light
Restrictions: These trails are for hiking, cross-country skiing and mountain biking. Motorized vehicles, ATV's and snowmobiles are not allowed on any of the trails. Forest trails policy prohibits the use of saddle, pack or draft animals on hiking or cross-country ski trails. Camping is allowed along the trail as long as your equipment does not block the trail.
Closest Towns: Bradford, PA
Water: None
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: This trailhead is located off of State Route 59 about 2 miles east of the Bradford Ranger District Office and just east of the intersection of State Routes 59 and 321N.

Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

This trail is named for the American woodcock, also known as the timberdoodle, that uses both the forest and open areas for mating and nesting. This trail is a self-guided interpretive trail that offers a hardened trail for accessibility.
Fire InformationCampfires are permitted if maintained in a fire ring, and completely extinguished.
Difficulty Level: Easy

Nature Viewing

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