Great Park with History, Scenery, Wildlife and more!
Originally sold to William Penn in the late 1600s by a Lenni Lenape chief, this preserve has a long history, and many old buildings can be found in the park. Hike, Bike, or ride horses over the 8 miles of equestrian trails in this 2,072 acre Pennsylvania preserve. Fishing and hunting are also available at the park. With about 1,800 acres open for deer hunting (the only type of hunting permitted at the preserve) this is a great place to come in season. White Clay Creek is stocked several times a year and is great for trout fishing.
White Clay Creek has superior historical, recreational, wildlife, and scenic value, it has been designated by Congress as a National Wild and Scenic River. This will preserve it, unchanged, for generations to come. This preserve shares its boundary with White Clay Creek State Park in Delaware, so why not make a day of it and visit both?