Exploring French Creek State Park in Pennsylvania

Exploring French Creek State Park in Pennsylvania

Exploring French Creek State Park in Pennsylvania

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French Creek State ParkPhiladelphia, PA - If you're looking for a great place to spend the day and enjoy a little nature, consider exploring French Creek State Park in Pennsylvania.  This 7,977-acre park is spread across Chester County and the neighboring counties of Berks and Robeson. It is surrounded by French Creek, which meanders through the park.

French Creek State Park in Pennsylvania

This state park is a former industrial site that was restored to forests and wildlife habitats. It is home to thousands of acres of natural beauty, including over 35 miles of hiking trails. Explore the park's history on the Six Penny Trail, or hike the Kalmia Trail for a longer hike through mature forest.

French Creek State Park features a swimming pool and a playground for the kids. The state park also offers several hiking and mountain biking trails. Each trail is about one to two miles long and can be rated from easy to difficult. There are also numerous fishing and motor boating opportunities, which are great for beginners and experienced boaters.

French Creek State Park weather is generally warm and ideal for camping, hiking, and biking. Guests may also enjoy a game of golf on the park's 18-hole disc golf course. Guests can also enjoy the park's diverse wildlife. Seminole bats are common in the park during the summer months.

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