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Upcoming and Recent Events:

Mill Cove Board of Directors Meeting

Monday, March 16th at 1 p.m. at the Partners-in-Progress Conference Room in Mansfield

Earth Day 2015

Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 18, 2015. Click here for more information.

Earth Camp

Thanks to a generous grant from Shell U.S., Mill Cove and Mansfield University are sponsoring an Earth Camp for students this summer. You can find information here.

MU Students Camp Out

Students from Mansfield University recently spent time at Mill Cove. Click here for photo.

Mill Cove Annual Reports

Click here to view a pdf of the annual report from 2014.

Click here to view a pdf of the annual report from 2013.

Mansfield University and Mill Cove Formalize Relationship

MU and Mill Cove sign joint Memorandum of Understanding. Click to read full article and see photos.

Generous Support

Mill Cove received very generous support for the Environmental Center from three Tioga County Foundations: The Horace B. Packer Foundation-$25,000; The Albert S. & Mary G. Krieger Foundation-$21,000; and the Earl W. and Ina G. Tabor Foundation-$20,000.




fall landscape

"It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men's hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanates from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews
a weary spirit." -
Robert Lewis Stevenson

The 250-acre Mill Cove Environmental Area in Tioga County showcases North Central Pennsylvania’s beautiful landscape, with sweeping views, lush vegetation, a thriving trout stream, and abundant wildlife. Mill Cove borders two million acres of public land, including Pennsylvania WILDS, State Game Lands, and the Tioga Reservoir. It is a peaceful and inspiring location for those who treasure the outdoors.

Mill Cove welcomes group outdoor events such as target shooting competitions and Boy Scout and Girl Scout camping retreats. Environmental and biology classes at nearby Mansfield University use the site as an outdoor laboratory and learning center.



The Mill Cove Environmental Area is owned by the Army Corps of Engineers and leased by Mill Cove, Inc., a nonprofit corporation formed to enhance the area for recreational and environmental education purposes.  Future plans call for the addition of an Environmental Education Center along with restrooms, campsites, improved driveway and parking facilities, trails, shooting ranges, and canoe and boating facilities.




"As an educator and outdoorsman, the promise and possibilities of the Mill Cove Environmental Area inspired me to join its Board of Directors. Now 10 years later, I am more passionate than ever about our project and its value to the environment and the future of the area."


Charlie Fox
Chairman, Mill Cove, Inc.