Hickory Creek Wilderness
|Hickory Creek Wilderness|
|Location||Warren County, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Area||8,663 acres (35.1 km2)|
|Governing body||U.S. Forest Service|
Elevation in Hickory Creek Wilderness ranges from 1,273 feet (388 m) where East Hickory Creek exits the wilderness to a plateau at 1,900 feet (580 m). The gentle to moderate terrain is drained by East Hickory Creek and Middle Hickory Creek.
Flora and fauna 
Hickory Creek Wilderness is primarily characterized by black cherry and beech, with scattered hemlock and clumps of oak, maple and birch, with an understory of abundant flowers, ferns, shrubs, and mosses. Large white pine can be found scattered in open areas.