Hikers of all levels and abilities will find a favorite trail, from a refreshing stroll to a challenging adventure. 45+ miles of private trails meander throughout Buck Hill Falls spectacular 4500-acre property. All trails are well-marked, and maps are available at the office.

The forest’s scenic beauty draws fans to the trails all year ‘round. From Spring’s delicate shoots and blossoms, through Summer’s dense green canopy, the incredible Autumn color explosion, and the peaceful Winter snows and natural ice formations as the streams begin to freeze.

The Buck Hill Conservation Foundation sponsors weekly hikes during the summer season, and periodic guided hikes throughout the year, which are open to the public. Local naturalists, experts in flora and fauna, and accomplished birders lead these hikes, adding an educational element to the joy of walking in the woods and connecting us more closely to our natural environment.

Fly fishing at Buck Hill is a century-old tradition. Anglers love the challenge of Buck Hills 2+ miles of crystal-clear waterways. Buck Hill Creek has been designated a waterway of “exceptional value” by the State of Pennsylvania, and these pristine streams are cherished by our fly fishing group, many of whom cap off a day of golf or tennis with an hour’s quiet communion in the rushing waters, under a canopy of leaves.

Public anglers and visitors are also welcome. Our streams are available to everyone who has a PA Fishing License, a Buck Hill Falls Fishing Permit, and agrees to our fishing regulations.

Buck Hill and the surrounding Poconos have a wealth of cycling options, both on and off-road. Roadies can ride for hours in and around Buck Hill on paved roads and gravel trails ranging from gently rolling to epically challenging.

The hills and trails of Buck Hill Falls offer outdoor delights throughout the winter.
Skating and hockey on our Ice Rink, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding down Swarthmore Hill, and winter paddle sports on our HEATED raised courts.