Strong Mountain Road runs through the Bald Eagle State Forest, named after the Native American Chief Bald Eagle. Bald Eagle State Forest stretches across 194,602 acres featuring ridges, mountain streams, and tracts of old-growth forest. Visiting the forest in September and October is a real treat, with vibrant, changing leaves surrounding you on every road. Bald Eagle State Forest is worth spending an entire weekend or more and is well suited for families and groups with multiple state-managed campgrounds in the immediate area.
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