Cross Fork is a former logging town in Potter County, Pennsylvania, United States. The village today is very small, but during the early 1900s it had a population numbering in the thousands and was an important lumbering center. Today, the Cross Fork area is known for trout fishing on Kettle Creek and Cross Fork Creek, including a children's fishing derby held annually in May.
Coordinates: 41°06′43″N 77°54′47″W / 41.112°N 77.913°W / 41.112; -77.913
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