Clinton County has a diverse economic base with industrial, distribution and service operations. Major employers in Clinton County include: Keystone Central School, State System of Higher Education, International Paper Company, and Lock Haven Hospital.* Clinton County (population 37,753) is one of America's few easy-to-reach mountain woodland areas. Only a few hours drive from most of the Northeastern United States, it is wooded with the Appalachian Mountains, creased by pristine creeks and streams and sprinkled with clear mountain lakes. The geography is mountainous with high peaks and deep valleys. Clinton County (891 square miles) recreation includes private campgrounds and state parks. It abounds in easy access points to streams and trails, wayside picnic parks, friendly inns, quality family restaurants and stimulating natural attractions. Old railroad beds are now hiking, snowmobiling, bicycle and skiing trails. The major forest roads provide access into some of the best wilderness hunting and fishing areas in the Eastern United States.
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