2012-13 Baldpate Mountain Deer Management Program Information
- History and Establishment
Baldpate Mountain, previously know as Kuser Mountain, was acquired by Mercer County from Trap Rock Industries in 1998. The Kuser family sold the property to Trap Rock in 1986.
The Mountain has over 12 miles of marked natural trails for hiking and horse back riding. There are trails for all abilities from short level loops to steep rocky trails.
There are current design and construction plans that will provide for improved access to the mountain. There will be two parking lots constructed at the base of the mountain on Fiddlers Creek Road and Pleasant Valley Road. The existing driveway will also be improved to provide for limited vehicular and handicapped access to the top of the mountain. The top of the mountain will provide rest room facilities and a visitor's center.
- Programs and Activities
- Picnic Tables
- Naturalist programs - To request more information on Baldpate Mountain email email@example.com.
- Hours and General Information
Hours of Operation: Daily, Dawn to Dusk, mid-February to mid-November; Sundays year round
Telephone: (609) 303-0700
Location: Off of Route 29 North, right on Fiddlers Creek Road, or Pleasant Valley Road, Titusville.