The County Line View Trail at Sproul State Forest in Westport, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.3-mile out-and-back hike with an amazing view and campsite at the end of the trail.
This trail is a great spot for car camping and creating a basecamp to hike within the Jerry Ridge section of Sproul State Forest.
The trail itself is very short and flat, with a few areas to setup tents and hammocks. At the end of the trail is a nice campsite with a great view of the Sinnemahoning Creek and the mountains surrounding this section of Sproul State Forest.
Road Conditions: Jerry Ridge Rd and the roads leading to it are all dirt. These roads can often be extremely muddy during the rainy seasons and if you're not careful, your car could get stuck. There's also no cell service for dozens of miles. If you plan to drive in, it's often an 11-mile one-way drive to get to the trailhead, so come prepared with a vehicle that can handle these conditions.
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