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Hours of Operation

Visitor Center: Open daily 9 am to 5 pm
Sept-Nov, open daily 8 am to 5 pm
Thanksgiving Eve: Visitor Center closes at 1 pm.
Christmas Eve: Visitor Center closes at 1 pm.
New Year's Eve: Visitor Center closes at 1 pm.

Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day

Trails:
Open daily dawn until dusk, except Nov 28 and 29

Deer Season:  ALL TRAILS CLOSED NOV 28 & 29
For visitor safety, all trails are closed the first 2 days of Pennsylvania's deer hunting season, this year on Monday, November 28 and Tuesday, November 29. The Lookout Trail will re-open on the third day, but all other trails will remain closed for the duration of the season, through DECEMBER 10. The exception is on Sundays when hunting is not permitted across the state.

Comments

Fred Geibel

5:38 PM on November 1, 2012
Went to Hawk mtn today, 11/1/12 with a group from work. We hiked to north point and back, checked out the visitor center. Had a great time. Thanks for having educated staff present at the north lookout calling out birds they see and where. We saw a golden eagle thanks to you guys today. Wish we lived closer. Fred from Warminster, Pa.

João Benvenuti

1:15 PM on May 29, 2015
The park in an example in terms of conservancy. Nicely maintained: clean and well marked (in a good way, not "over-marked"). Beautiful views (the South Lookout, which is very close to the visitor center and acessible with wheelchairs, is wonderful), the River of Rocks is really interesting. Thank you all who helps to maintain this Sanctuary.
João, from São Paulo, Brazil.

John Waugaman

9:02 AM on November 8, 2016
Looking forward to my first visit to Hawk Mountain this morning. I'm hoping for some warmth to get the birds soaring highhhhhhhh. I'll share my experience later. Thank you HMS.
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