located off Rt. 219 between Oakland and Deep Creek Lake.
A magnificent 37 acre ancient hemlock and white pine forest with 2 rivers joining in the park (the Youghiogheny River and Muddy Creek), 4 waterfalls,
and canyon and boulder filled hikes along the river connecting the 4 waterfalls. Simply the most amazing place within 100 miles of Abram's Creek. And you can swim and play in
all of it.
CAUTION: there can be dangerous currents, swift, cold waters, drowning potential, slipping potential. Popular with locals,
but use common sense,
particularly after rains when waters are higher and hydraulics beneath waterfalls are stronger and rocks are slippery and wet. No Dogs allowed in park but okay on opposite side of
Directions: From Abram's Creek, take 50 west about 20 miles to 219 North -- continue through Oakland on 219N past the Walmart complex at the end of town -- proceed about 6 more miles until
you see JG's pub on the LHS and Mayhew Inn Road -- turn left -- proceed about 6 miles to state park entrance gate ($3.00 fee for cars). The state park entrance is just beyond the metal bridge
over the Youghiogheny River on the RHS. If you have a dog, park before the bridge in the parking area and keep on near side of river which is not state park controlled (dogs okay).