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For Information Contact:Release #4-20
Dustin Stoner June 26, 2020
Information and Education Supervisor For Immediate Release
 Temporary Closure of Ellendale Forge Road, State Game Lands 211

Reading– The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced today that a scheduled road rehabilitation project is occurring on Ellendale Forge Road, in Middle Paxton Township, Dauphin County. Construction on Ellendale Forge Road will require temporary road closures between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday from June 26th through July 3rd. The closures will impact users attempting to access State Game Lands 211, from Stony Creek Road. The rehabilitation project will consist of resurfacing, daylighting, and improving storm water drainage along Ellendale Forge Road, beginning at the termination of Stony Creek Road, commencing east approximately 1-mile.

Reading– The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced today that a scheduled road rehabilitation project is occurring on Ellendale Forge Road, in Middle Paxton Township, Dauphin County. Construction on Ellendale Forge Road will require temporary road closures between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday from June 26th through July 3rd. The closures will impact users attempting to access State Game Lands 211, from Stony Creek Road. The rehabilitation project will consist of resurfacing, daylighting, and improving storm water drainage along Ellendale Forge Road, beginning at the termination of Stony Creek Road, commencing east approximately 1-mile.

More details may be viewed at:
https://pagame.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=bf057e56bdf24fc7ae5f9e6ff5609b34

For further information you may contact the Southeast Region Office of the Pennsylvania Game Commission at 610-926-3136.


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September 16, 2019
For Immediate Release
 Game Commission Southeast Region To Host Game Lands Tours

Pennsylvania Game Commission Southeast Region Director, Bruce Metz, announced that on Sunday, October 20th, the Southeast Region will hold the ever-popular driving tours on State Game Lands 211 in Dauphin County, and State Game Land 110 in Berks County. “State game land tours provide a great opportunity for the public to see first-hand how the Game Commission is effectively managing these valuable lands.” said Metz

The State Game Land 211 Stoney Valley Tour begins at the Ellendale Forge gate, located six miles east of Dauphin Borough, along Stoney Valley Road, and ends at the Gold Mine gate. The State Game Land 110 tour begins at the Mountain Road gate approximately five miles west of the Borough of Hamburg and ends at the State Route 183 gate, four miles north of Strausstown.

Game Commission personnel will be stationed along each of the tour routes to provide site specific information and answer questions. The driving tours are free and will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at each location.