Laurel Hill Creek is a 39-mile tributary of the Casselman River that ends in Confluence, immediately before the Casselman River pours into the Youghiogheny River. Upstream, it forms the core of Laurel Hill State Park in the heart of the Laurel Highlands, and it boasts three preserved wooden structures that contribute to its picturesque scenery: the Barronvale, King’s, and Lower Humbert Covered Bridges. Laurel Hill Creek is stocked with rainbow trout, along with brown and brook trout, both stocked and wild, and is popular with anglers.
The mouth of Laurel Hill Creek is visible from the Great Allegheny Passage just west of Confluence, and anglers enjoy scores of access points. Spring is trout season.