Leonard Harrison State Park offers family camping, picnicking at over 100 tables, a small overlook trail and hiking along some very rough terrain.
Fishing is available to those visitors who wish to make the long, steep hike to the bottom of the canyon to Pine Creek. Species include trout, smallmouth bass and panfish. Nearby trout streams include Marsh Creek, Stoney Fork Creek, Asaph, Straight and Four-Mile Run, which is along the Turkey Path Trail. Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission regulations apply.
An environmental interpreter presents resource oriented programs and interpretive walks in the summer. A geology brochure is available at the center, along with other educational information. The center is located at the main overlook entrance. It is open during the summer season through the fall foliage season. Informative slide / tape programs about the history of the area are provided. An educational display interprets the area and its wildlife.
Hunting, trapping and dog training are permitted in designated areas of both parks during established Pennsylvania Game Commission seasons, with the exception of: 1) hunting of woodchucks also known as groundhogs is prohibited and 2) dog training is only permitted from the day following Labor Day to March 31 in designated hunting areas. Pennsylvania Game Commission rules and regulations are in effect for all activities in the park. Common game species are whitetail deer, wild turkey, ruffed grouse and gray squirrel. Contact the park manager for accessible hunting information.
Exercise EXTREME CAUTION with firearms at all times. These public parks are used by others throughout the hunting season. Pennsylvania Game Commission laws apply.
Firearms and archery equipment may be uncased and ready for use by properly licensed hunters only in authorized hunting areas and during those seasons park areas are opened to hunting or under special conditions which may be established by the Department.