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.