The Landrus Wildlife Observation Blind Trail at Tioga State Forest near Arnot, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.1-mile out-and-back trail that leads to a small blind that sits along a pond with several windows for wildlife viewing.
This trail is a universal access trail with gravel substrate - completely flat with almost no elevation change. It appears to have been built sometime in 2020 and as the sign states, it's a cooperative project between the Tiadaghton Audubon Society and the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry.
This trail is perfect for viewing wildlife like beaver, heron, and other bird species.
Hikers will find parking at the coordinates provided, but the lot is only large enough for about 2 vehicles. The road is not wide enough to park along either.
Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste should be carried out by the hiker.
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