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"Bring your bikes. Bring your boots. Or just bring your camp chair. We invite you to enjoy the view of the pristine 118 mile shoreline of #Raystown Lake, ride our 33 miles of world-class single track #Allegrippis Trail system, fish and try to beat the Pennsylvania state record from our waters, #hike our hundreds of miles of wooded trails, paddle to your heart's content on our water trails or ride your bicycle on state-designated road routes. You'll find many options to enjoy your free time here; whether you like historical sites, engineering sites of man-made marvels or a hearty meal in a local diner."
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Contact the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau (HCVB) and learn about all that the Raystown Lake Region has to offer. With many outdoor public spaces, the Raystown Lake Region has opportunities aplenty to breathe in the fresh air, walk through the forest or enjoy the unspoiled shoreline scenery of Raystown Lake. So bring your boots, kayak and mountain bike to really get the most out of your time in Huntingdon County. You will find many spots to relax and unwind that are free to access like Trough Creek, Greenwood Furnace and Whipple Dam State Parks, the Juniata College Peace Chapel, Standing Stone Trail, the Allegrippis Trails and the Seven Points Recreation Area. Other options include kicking back on a Raystown Lake boat tour, delving into the natural wonders of Huntingdon County underground on a cave tour or discovering one of our local museums filled with living history and local lore. You can always contact the HCVB office either prior to or during your "Raycation" for more information: (888) 729-7869, info@raystown.org or online at http://Raystown.org.
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