I have been camping and backpacking in the World's End area for over 30 years. I find the state park itself to be nice with lots of great views, hiking, and access to Loyalsock Creek. But the real key to this park is the access to the surrounding Loyalsock State Forest. I have hiked and backpacked all over the US, and find the Pennsylvania State Forest system to be one of the best. World's End provides an easy camping experience for novices while the state forest provides amazing hiking along beautiful streams and hardwood forests that don't lack in stunning views and wildlife viewing. I would suggest securing a Loyalsock State Forest map, and check out the areas immediately surrounding the state park. The Fern Rock Nature Trail is within a few miles and is a great easy/moderate hike. There are also several trails that connect to nearby Loyalsock Road worth visiting. For the more adventurous, there is the Old Logger's Path and the Cherry Ridge Trail which are further west of World's End, but well worth your time.
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