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Denton Hill's History

Denton Hill State Park is a 700-acre park located in Ulysses Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania, United States. The park's elevation ranges from 1800 to 2400 feet above sea-level. It was established in 1951 and opened to the public in 1959. The park was the first ski operation run by the state. The lodge and ski area were built between 1958 and 1967. The state operated the ski area until 1979, after which it was run by a private contractor until 2014.

Denton Go Team's Vision

At Denton Go, we envision transforming Denton Hill State Park into a premier year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts. By enhancing multi-use trail development and access, improving the lodge, and revitalizing the downhill skiing infrastructure, we aim to offer diverse recreational opportunities that cater to both residents and visitors. Our commitment to fostering four-season activities is designed to not only enrich the park's natural beauty but also to stimulate the local economy, supporting nearby communities and businesses in the Pennsylvania Wilds region. Our team, deeply rooted in the local area, brings extensive expertise in business, mountain recreation, and hospitality to ensure a vibrant and sustainable future for Denton Hill State Park.

Denton Hill Overhead View

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