Loyalsock Creek - Sullivan County, PA
Updated: Aug 18, 2022
Loyalsock Creek is located in Pennsylvania state forestland. The 64.3 mile creek begins in Wyoming County and flows through Sullivan and Lycoming counties in the central part of the state.
Loyalsock Creek is well-known among kayakers for its abundant whitewater, particularly in spring. Summertime, tubers take to the waters of the wild stream. Rapids are greatly diminished by mid-summer, but the stream offers an array of smooth-sided, fast-sliding chutes.
Loyalsock Creek is a very popular trout fishing location for its many wide, deep holes and large, pocket-creating boulders. In spring, it is stocked by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and is home to a population of wild, reproducing brown trout.
Every time we are in Sullivan County we stop in this area and spent some time. It’s beautiful and relaxing. You can sit there for hours, have a picnic with your family and enjoy the beautiful scenery around you.
For more information on the Loyalsock Creek, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loyalsock_Creek