There’s A Hike Near Pittsburgh That Leads You Straight To An Abandoned Camp

Hiking usually means quite a few surprises along the trail – whether we cross paths with wild animals or discover a hidden waterfall. With the rich history of Western Pennsylvania, we might also run across abandoned ruins that give us a glimpse into the past. Flat Rock Trail near Pittsburgh, for example, leads to the ruins of an abandoned camp that dates back to before World War II.

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Have you ever hiked the Flat Rock Trail near Pittsburgh? What did you think of the ruins of the abandoned camp? Share your experience in the comments! If you’re up for a bit of a drive, plan a visit to Pine Grove Furnace State Park. There, you’ll find a fascinating trail that leads to a former World War II POW camp.

Address: Linn Run State Park, 770 Linn Run Rd, Rector, PA 15677, USA