Treaster Valley Road is an easy, wide gravel road through an old-growth mature pine forest. The road is a primary entrance and exit point for the western side of Bald Eagle State Forest, out of the town of Milroy. The road passes many private hunting camps and Bear Gap Picnic Area, where you can find numerous picnic tables, a large pavilion, and a vault toilet. Along the road, you can find State Forest campsite number 46, located off the road about 100 yards and large enough to accommodate any type of camp wet up. Camping permits and reservations are required for all State Forest Campsites and can be reserved online or by calling the State Forest Office. Treaster Valley is a great road to access the forest and explore the many activities the forest offers. It is suitable for any vehicle.
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