What are the fish at the Linesville Spillway?
Thousands of giant Pennsylvania carp writhe near the surface of the water. The fish are so dense that sometimes ducks can be spotted walking over the surface of the fish. Fish pellets, once thrown into the spillway, disappear quickly. Interestingly enough, the carp are actually an invasive species, native to Asia.
How was Pymatuning Lake made?
Beneath the Pymatuning Reservoir lie the remains of the Great Pymatuning Swamp. The swamp is a result of the glaciers that moved and melted in this area during the last ice advance as glacial lakes filled in with sediments and became swamps.
What is the largest State Park in Pennsylvania?
Almost everything about Pymatuning State Park is big. At 16,892 acres, it is one of the largest state parks in the commonwealth. The 17,088-acre Pymatuning Reservoir is the largest lake in the commonwealth.