Pennsylvania Game Commission Land Management Group Supervisor Richard T. Cramer announced the temporary closing of a 5.3-mile portion of Dunham Siding Road on State Game Land 29 in Warren County for necessary road repairs.
According to Cramer, who oversees management of State Game Lands in Forest and Warren counties, the road runs through SGL 29 from Dunham Siding on the Allegheny National Forest to Chapman State Park.
“As part of the road project, we will replace 76 culvert pipes and upgrade the existing road surface,” Cramer said. “The project is designed to alleviate soil erosion and drainage issues that affect the water quality in the West Branch Tionesta Creek. To further improve water quality, the entire road surface will have a new, updated stone running surface.
“Presently, we expect the project to be completed by the end of September, and we will reopen the road at that time, just in time for the start of the small game and archery deer seasons.”