S. B. Elliott State Park (also known as Simon B. Elliott State Park) is a 318-acre (129 ha) Pennsylvania state park located in Pine Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The park is surrounded by Moshannon State Forest. The park is entirely wooded with second growth forests of hardwood and oak. S. B. Elliott State park is 9 miles (14 km) north of Clearfield on Pennsylvania Route 153 just off exit 111 of Interstate 80.
Fishing at S. B. Elliott State Park is a popular recreational activity. There is a population of native and stocked trout in the small mountain streams of the. They can only be accessed by hiking through the woods on one of the three miles (5 km) of hiking trails.The park is a trailhead for the Quehanna Trail System. This trail is a 75-mile (121 km) trail that passes through Moshannon State Forest. It also connects with the Susquehannock Trail system near Sinnemahoning State Park.