Linn Runn State Park
Linn Run State Park
in Westmoreland County PA
From Ligonier in Westmoreland County, PA, follow Route 30 East for 2 miles. Turn Right onto Route 381 (you will see signage for the park) and proceed for two miles. Turn left on Linn Run Road.
Linn Run is perhaps the most scenic of the State Parks in Westmoreland County, and is without a doubt a pleasant picnic location for the entire family. The mixed hardwood and evergreen forest provides a secluded retreat, as well as ample opportunity for picnicking, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and more. There is a small but picturesque waterfall known as Adams Falls, and Flat Rock is a favorite location along Linn Run for cooling off in the midsummer heat.
Attractions and Facilities
- Picnic Tables
- Trout Stream
- Hiking Trails
- Horseback Riding along Linn Run Road
The 612 acre park includes drinking water, playgrounds, and restrooms. Adams Falls has a picnic pavilion that can be reserved up to 11 months in advance. Ten cabins are available for year round rental, though over the summer season only weekly rentals are permitted. Nine of the cabins are rustic and have simple furnishings. One modern cabin is fully accessible.
Linn Run is a trout fishing stream. Please follow all Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission rules.
Horseback riding is permitted along Linn Run Road.
Hiking Trails include:
- Adams Falls Trail follows a 1 mile loop, marked by large boulders and a scenic waterfall.
- Iscrupe Trail follows a 0.75 mile trail along the original Linn Run Road.
- Flat Rock Trail follows a 0.5 mile trail that ends at a large, smooth rock in Linn Run Stream. Swimming is not permitted.
- Grove Run Trail follows a 4 mile loop, part of which proceeds along Grove Run, and part of which is somewhat steep.
Over 400 acres of Linn Run State Park are open to hunting, trapping, and the training of dogs during established seasons. As the park is open to public use, extreme caution must be used with any firearm or archery equipment. Please call 724-668-2939 for detailed regulations. Pennsylvania Game Commission rules and regulations are in effect for all activities in the park.
For more information, contact the Linn Run/Laurel Mountain Complex at 724-238-6623. Mail and email address follow:
Linn Run/Mountain Laurel Complex
P.O. Box 50
Rector, PA 15677-0050
Other informative websites on Linn Run State Park include the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources website.
Westmoreland County offers ideal outdoor park settings in the heart of the Laurel Highlands