Situated just south of the Allegheny Reservoir, Coal Knob is just one of many recreation-friendly roads in the 514,029 acres of public land that make up the Allegheny National Forest. This area has multi-use motorized roads, hiking trails, and designated camping. For those who enjoy multiple motorized platforms, the Allegheny National Forest boasts 76 miles of interconnecting OHV-specific trails. Like much of the eastern United States, visiting in September and October is a real treat, with leaves changing to vibrant yellow, orange, and red. With various sizes of designated campsites that are plentiful and easily accessible, Coal Knob is an excellent option for solo travel and families alike, .
By clicking "ACCEPT", you agree to be the terms and conditions of each policy linked to above. You also agree to the storing of cookies on your device to facilitate the operation and functionality of our site, enhance and customize your user experience, and to analyze how our site is used.