After hours of driving I arrived at World’s End State Park, just after the park office closed. Many PA state parks have an ‘honor system’ arrangement where you can take a campsite, deposit cash in an envelope, and visit the park office the next morning to complete registration. I did just that.

However, I’d arrived early enough I still had daylight. So I decided to see what the surrounding area was like. Forksville was the closest town, two miles down the Loyalsock Creek, and I discovered not only did the town have a gas station and general store, it also had a covered bridge.

The Forksville Covered Bridge was constructed in 185o. Spanning the rocky Loyalsock, the bridge is considered one of the most picturesque in the state. I spent a few minutes photographing it and Loyalsock Creek before heading back to my campsite.