Tillman Ravine is located in the southwest corner of Stokes State Forest. Use the Forest map to find your way along the forest's back roads to find the upper parking area.
Here, also, are a picnic area and plenty of trails to follow. Tillman Brook starts on the western slope of Kittatinny Ridge and flows down to the Flatbrook. The water flows across High Falls formation of green and red sandstone which create the ravine. The trails follow the stream down steep slopes blanketed with hemlocks and moss covered rocks. A long series of falls and cascades create a wild and scenic view. Many people visit the ravine in summer since it remains cooler here under the hemlocks than other areas of the forest. Early spring is also a great time to visit. You may have the entire place to yourself.