Report Trail Issues

Did you go hiking, biking, running, bird-watching or strolling through Rothrock State Forest (including Harvest Fields Community Trails) today and noticed an issue with the trails that you’d like to report—like a down tree blocking a trail, damage to a wooden trail bridge, or washed out areas? Please take a few moments and review our known issues and report a new one below.

Known Trail Issues

The following have been reported recently. If you do not see the issue you want to report, use the form below this list to do so.

No.Trail NameIssueDescribe Issue and Location on Trail
1Croyle Run TrailTree/Limb Blocking TrailTop 25% of trail, just before a left turn 3 tier tree blocking trail, could be turned into a feature. Impassible by most, passible by few.
7Deer Pen TraiOvergrowth/Brusharound the fence, the trail is so overgrown I couldn't even walk in it
8Harry’s TrailLow Point / Standing Water / Rutted Outat the end, small river crossing rock garden
2John Wert PathTree/Limb Blocking TrailTree down half way up. Can ride around
6Old Laurel Run TrailOther (use description field to describe)This is a test to see who these notification go. No action required.
9Other (Add details in description field)Tree/Limb Blocking TrailThere are like 7 unrideable trees down on jen's loop.
4Sassafras TrailTree/Limb Blocking TrailTree down about half way, sending this to you cause i don’t know how to contact FOCers
3Tussey Extension TrailTree/Limb Blocking Trail2 trees down between beer tap and crapstention turnoff. 1/14/24
5Tussey Mountain TrailTree/Limb Blocking TrailThis tree limb completely blocks the trail but can be hike a biked. It’s past the slabs and very close to the Kettle intersection.

Report Trail Issues or Damage in Rothrock or Harvest Fields

Please let us know if you see issues with a trail that prevents it from being passable by bike or when hiking/running. You can also report issues with the Harvest Fields Community Trails and Skills Park here, as well.

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Want to send us more photos or have something else to say? Email us at trailwork@nittanymba.org.

Log Trail Work

Did you fix one of the issues above or lead an organized Trail Work Day? Log your hours!