Montgomery Pike Scenic Overlook is a gorgeous roadside overlook and picnic spot located approximately 3.5 miles south of Williamsport along Route 15 in Lycoming County.
Another way of saying it is that it’s 7 miles north of Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland, on the northbound side of Route 15 (Route 15 is a divided highway near the overlook).
The overlooks sits high atop Bald Eagle Mountain, 1083 feet above sea level and some 300 feet above the West Branch of the Susquehanna River below.
A weathered sign near the picnic area indicates this overlook was donated by the citizens of Mountoursville, one of the towns you can see below.
Views from the Montgomery Pike Scenic Overlook
The Montgomery Pike Scenic Overlook faces north, with views to the east and west as well, for nearly 180 degrees of visibility.
The Williamsport Regional Airport and Mountoursville are to the north.
While to the west the confluence of Loyalsock Creek and the West Branch of the Susquehanna River are visible, as well as Williamsport.
For a roadside vista along a busy highway, the Montgomery Pike Scenic Overlook is a picturesque pitstop when visiting other attractions in the Williamsport area, certainly worth a few minutes of your time if you’re passing by!
Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland in Union County is just 7 miles south of Montgomery Pike Scenic Overlook.
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