Rothrock State Forest Lizard Map, Pennsylvania
Rothrock State Forest Lizard Map
NOTE - the 7th Edition Rothrock Map is in production for a September release and we have very limited stock of the 6th edition. This map is not currently available for on-line wholesale purchase, please email us with retail inquiries and we may be able to supply a small quantity to hold you over.
A real map for people who love real-world experiences.
The Rothrock Lizard Map will help your customers plan all their adventures in and around Rothrock State Forest, located minutes from State College and Penn State.
This is the map that started it all back in 1997. Now in its 6th edition, this map of the storied Rothrock State Forest, in the heart of Central Pennsylvania, is your customer's best guide to this mountain biking and hiking mecca.
Rothrock boasts some of the best technical mountain biking trails in the US and also offers outdoor enthusiasts stunning peaks and valleys, beautiful hiking trails and back roads to satisfy every adventurer. Just a few hours from Philadelphia, Baltimore, DC, New York and Pittsburgh, Rothrock State Forest has become a destination for outdoor enthusiasts throughout the east coast.
A beautifully designed, easy to read topographic map featuring contour lines, elevation data, shaded relief, and all the key details your customers need to plan their adventures: backroads and trails, trail use designations, road surfaces (paved/gravel/4wd), parking access, campsites, public lands, historic sites and more.
Lizard Maps are durable, waterproof, and give your customers the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in a back pocket. The scale is 1:39,450 (1 inch = 0.6 mile). Includes both lat./lon. and UTM coordinate systems.
Public land: 90,000 acres of Rothrock State Forest, part of Bald Eagle State Forest, as well as Greenwood Furnace, Whipple Dam and Penn Roosevelt State Parks, the Penn State Stone Valley Forest, Mount Nittany Conservancy Trail System and Preserve and parts of State Game Lands 112, 118, 322.
Destinations: Alan Seeger Natural Area which has a stand of old growth hemlock and Bear Meadows Natural Area, which is among the largest freshwater bogs in the northeast.
Roads: all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved, dirt/gravel or 4wd roads as well as which are gated. Perfect for bicyclists, dual sport riders and overlanders looking to put together a remote backcountry route across public lands.
Major hiking trails: the Rothrock SF section of the 323-mile Mid State Trail (MST) shown from the MST Tunnel under Route 322 at Seven Mountains to Water Street, PA. The MST continues on the Purple Lizard Bald Eagle Lizard Map. The 84-mile Standing Stone Trail (SST) is shown from Game Lands 112 to its northern terminus with the Mid State Trail at Detweiler Run. The Mount Nittany Conservancy trails are a local favorite offering outstanding views of the town of State College and surrounding valleys.
Major biking trails: include two nationally recognized IMBA Epic Rides: the 36-mile Rothrock Trail Mix (originally called the R3 Epic) and the 27-mile Coopers Gap IMBA Epic. Both are completely mapped and offer some of the very best technical singletrack riding in the Northeast.
Even more trails: Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities. Colyer Lake features a 2.5 mile trail around it built for mountain biking and running. Juniata College in Huntingdon has a network of walking paths and hiking trails around an environmental art installation by Maya Lin. In Rothrock, the trails of Musser and Shingletown Gap are local favorites. A network of bicycle paths surround the town of State College and connect to Rothrock State Forest. The northern end of the Lower Rail Trail is shown at Water Street.
Points of interest: campgrounds, picnic areas, climbing areas, reservable car camping sites, scenic overlooks, observation towers and lizard spots.
Natural Areas and special designated areas: include Alan Seeger Natural Area, Bear Meadows Natural Area, Detweiler Run Natural Area, Little Juniata Natural Area, Rocky Ridge Natural Area, Thickhead Wild Area, Colyer Lake, and the Penn State Stone Valley Forest.
Towns: Alexandria, Boalsburg, Huntingdon, Lemont, McAlevy’s Fort, Milroy, Potters Mills, Reedsville, Spruce Creek, State College, and Water Street, PA.
Lizards! The little purple Lizards your customers will find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “ This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”.
Maps wholesale for $8.00 and retail for $15. There are no minimum orders and domestic shipping is free via USPS.