Hawk Falls is a twenty-five feet waterfall located in the Hickory Run State Park in Pennsylvania. The trail to the falls starts from the main road on Route 534.
There are parking lots on either side of the road, but during peak season, this might not be adequate. I was lucky enough to find parking in one of the lots. However, several visitors had to park their vehicles on the side of the road.
The trail to Hawk Falls starts at the guardrail about twenty feet away from the parking lots. There is a sign at the entrance prohibiting visitors from swimming.
The journey to the falls is about a quarter of a mile and is on the easier side. On my way to the falls, I saw elderly visitors, kids, dogs, and parents with babies making the trek.
8 comments on “Hawk Falls – Pennsylvania”
Cool pictures and on the first one, I wonder what that boxlike opening down on the right is, man made or natural? Great photo of you too!☺️
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Good eyes! I want to believe it’s natural. What makes you think it’s me? 😊
Just thought it was. Is it? 😀
Yea, it’s me.
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Wow so beautiful!! Spent so many years in Pennsylvania and never visited!!
I didn’t even know it existed. I searched online for waterfalls nearby, and that was one of the ones that popped up. I drove from Delaware, but it was worth it.