What game is available in cameron county?

Cameron County, Pennsylvania has a diverse population of wildlife, and as a result, a variety of hunting opportunities are available. Some of the game available to hunt in Cameron County include:

White-tailed deer: This is one of the most popular hunts in the area and typically takes place during the firearms season in late November and early December.

Black bear: Bear hunting is available in a limited area of the county during a specific season in the fall.

Wild turkey: Autumn hunting season for turkey is a popular activity in the area, with hunting taking place in October and November.

Small game: Small game hunting, such as rabbit, squirrel, and grouse, is available throughout the fall and winter months.

Waterfowl: Hunting for species of ducks and geese is also available during specific seasons in the fall and winter, usually in specific hunting areas.

Deer hunting is the most popular hunting activity on state land and helps maintain healthy forests by managing the deer population. Other commonly hunted game species are:

  • Rabbit
  • Pheasant
  • Ruffed grouse
  • Bear
  • Squirrel
  • Waterfowl

It’s important to note that hunting seasons and regulations can change yearly, and it’s always best to check with the Pennsylvania Game Commission for the most up-to-date information (hunting licenses and permits are also required.)


Grab your rod and tackle box; it’s time for some fishing in Cameron County!

Whether you want to fish from Sinnemahoning Dam or cast a line along one of our stocked trout streams — there are plenty of opportunities here. Plus, with so many species including rainbow trout, bass, catfish, and even palomino – not to mention the chance at winning big on tagged catch-and-release lottery trout – every angler is sure to be thrilled by what they reel in.

But don’t forget that if you’re 16 years or older, having an up-to-date license gives access to Commonwealth waters while following all legal methods established by state law. Grab your bait and get out there … Time’s awastin’ – let’s go fishin’!

For more information, check out PAGO Fishing Guide.


Do you want to camp overnight?

Are you looking for the perfect spot to camp out overnight?

You don’t want just any old campsite – why not check out Sinnemahoning State Park, with its modern flushing toilets and warm showers?! Even better – they’ve got electric hookups! And if that wasn’t enough of an incentive already, picture this: a cozy cabin tucked away in a hemlock grove along Brooks Run stream. Sounds like camping perfection!