Clarence Fahnestock State Park Photography Gallery

Small Creek in Lush Forest
Arching Trees Above Trail
Ruins Slowly Being Reclaimed
Entryway to Old Cellar Ruins
Cellar Ruins Beneath Tree Canopy
Cellar Ruins in Forest
Forest Around Cellar Ruins
Old Cellar Entryway
Door Hinge with Ruins
House Entryway Ruins
Property Ruins Along Creek
Wall Ruins Along Trail
Small Waterfall Along Creek
Hiker Admiring Clove Creek
Slow Section of Clove Creek
Ferns Extending into Forest
Ferns on Forest Floor
Ferns Along Fahnestock Trail
Fahnestock Stock Trail Descending Hill
Overlook from Fahnestock Trail
Hiker Ascending East Mountain Loop
Creek Passing Old Rock Wall
Hiker on School Mountain Road Trail
Old Metal Roof
Creek in Green Forest
Propery Ruins Below Forest
Arching Trees Above Beaver Dam
Trees Arching Above Beaver Pond
Fallen Trees Along Creek
Hiker at Old Driveway Ruins
Old Driveway Ruins
Creek Flowing Through Wetlands
Wetlands and Pond in Forest
Creek Pouring from Beaver Pond
Insects on Ground Elder Wildflowers
Blooming Blue Flag Iris
Blue Flag Iris Wildflowers
Old Dam Structure
Gaggle of Goslings at Pelton Pond
Ground Elder Wildflowers
Old Stone Structure
Rocky Ledge on Pelton Pond
Stormy Weather Above Canopus Lake
Canopus Creek Below Summer Forest
Small Pond Along Canopus Creek
Rocky Cliffs Along Hiking Trail
Appalachian Trail Bending Through Forest

Clarence Fahnestock State Park Information

Clarence Fahnestock State Park was named after a World War I veteran who died of influenza shortly after the war. Approximately 2,400 acres were donated by his brother, Dr. Ernest Fahnestock. Today, the park is over 14,000 acres, and features an incredibly diverse array of trails, welcoming everyone from novice hikers, to expert backpackers. Pelton Pond is an approachable stop for many people, and offers an easy one-mile trail around its perimeter.

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