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Moraine State Park, opened in 1970, is a 16,725 acre (6,768 ha) Pennsylvania State Park and one of "25 Must-See Pennsylvania State Parks".
Its main feature is man-made Lake Arthur. There are two swimming beaches and the lake is popular for kayaking, sailing and fishing. Boats up to 20 HP are allowed on the lake.
Picnicking, hiking, horseback riding, hunting and skiing in winter are other popular activities.
The park has a marina and several boat launches. We like Moraine State Park for kayaking as the lake is comparably large. We typically launch our kayak here (map)
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There are several hiking trails in the park:
Five Points Trail: 1.3 mile loop trail. Easy, yellow blaze symbol, trailhead