Enjoy all sorts of outdoor recreational activities in southeastern Pennsylvania.
French Creek State Park is about 50 miles northwest of Philadelphia. It encompasses 7,730-acres and is the go-to place where locals enjoy picnicking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, disc golfing, camping, hiking, and more. The ecosystems found here include forests, wetlands, lakes, and open fields. You are welcome to visit any day of the year, but the late spring and early fall are arguably the most scenic times to visit.
This park is open year-round from sunrise to sunset. You can choose from over 60 campsites and 10 cozy cabins if you want to extend your visit to this park. Anglers can fish for walleye, bass, and northern pike in French Creek. If you prefer hiking, explore the 6-mile Boone trail and keep an eye out for wildlife such as deer, raccoons, groundhogs, and various birds. No matter your age, French Creek State Park can provide the ultimate outdoor getaway for you.