Lambs Creek Recreation Area is located at the southern end of Tioga Lake, just north of the borough of Mansfield, PA. The recreation area is easily accessible from US Route 15 and offers a great location for picnicking, hiking and biking.
Lambs Creek is situated in the Endless Mountains region of Pennsylvania, along the Allegheny Plateau in the Appalachian Mountains. The surrounding land paints a scenic picture of rolling terrain and open fields.
A 3.2-mile paved rail trail travels south from the recreation area into Mansfield. It is open for hiking, biking and roller blading.
A boat ramp within the facility provides access to the 498-acre Tioga Lake, which is popular for water skiing, fishing and paddling.
Lambs Creek offers one group shelter. It is fully accessible and comfortably accommodates up to 100 people in a lovely wooded setting.
Potable water and electricity is not available at this shelter
A reservation provides exclusive use of the shelter for the entire day
Please be sure to bring your confirmation letter with you on the day of your reservation
Do not attach signs, balloons, streamers, etc to any signs in the recreation area
DAY USE SHELTER USERS:
Day use hours, which include picnic shelters, are 8:00 a.m. to sunset.
Please refer to list of amenities at shelter sites listed in “Site Details.” Restrooms and dumpsters provided at each shelter. Lambs Creek Recreation Area has a carry in carry out trash receptacle policy.
Please do not attach signs, balloons, streamer, etc., to any signs in the recreation area.
It is the responsibility of the site holder to return any picnic tables removed from the shelter before departing the facility.
Set up of tents, chairs, or other items may require a special use permit. Contact the project office at 570-835-5281 for additional information.
Do not drive vehicles to shelters, please contact project office if you have an access problem.
Please bring your confirmation letter the day of your reservation.
Please obey all speed limits. Drive carefully and watch for children.
Pets are permitted but must be penned, caged, on a leash under six feet in length or otherwise be physically restrained.
Bobby the water safety dog says, “Always swim with a buddy, never alone!”
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