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Appalachian Trailhead - Port Clinton Appalachian Trailhead - Port Clinton
The Appalachian Trail crosses the Schuylkill River Heritage Area in the Borough of Port Clinton.
The Blue Mountains CampingHiking or WalkingBird Watching Add
Daniel Boone Homestead Daniel Boone Homestead
Daniel Boone, the nation's most famous frontiersman, was born here in 1734 and spent his childhood exploring the hills and forests of the Oley Valley before his family moved to North Carolina.
Oley Valley CampingHiking or WalkingHorseback RidingRunning & JoggingPicnickingBird WatchingKid Friendly ActivitiesDriving & Walking ToursHandicap AccessibleFishingCross Country SkiingOrienteering Add
Fort Washington State Park Fort Washington State Park
Rich in modern recreational facilities and historical significance, Fort Washington blossoms with flowering dogwood in the spring. The park takes its name from the temporary fort built by George Washington’s troops in the fall of 1777, before heading to Valley Forge. The park is popular with birders, hikers and picnickers.
Skippack Valley CampingHiking or WalkingBikingPicnickingBird WatchingKid Friendly ActivitiesHandicap AccessibleFishingCross Country SkiingFrisbee GolfGeocaching Add
French Creek State Park French Creek State Park
French Creek State Park is over 7,500 acres of lush woodlands with miles of hiking trails, two lakes, and several campgrounds on the border of Chester and Berks Counties.
French & Pickering Valleys CampingHiking or WalkingBikingPaddlingHorseback RidingRunning & JoggingPicnickingBird WatchingKid Friendly ActivitiesSwimmingHuntingHandicap AccessibleFishingMountain BikingOrienteeringFrisbee GolfGeocaching Add
Green Lane Park Green Lane Park
Green Lane Park covers more than 3400 acres along the Perkiomen Creek in northeastern Montogomery County and provides a variety of recreational and environmental education opportunities including horseback riding, camping, and miles of hiking trails.
Perkiomen Valley CampingHiking or WalkingBikingPaddlingHorseback RidingRunning & JoggingPicnickingBird WatchingGeocaching Add
Locust Lake State Park Locust Lake State Park
Known for its popular camping area, Locust Lake State Park nestles on the side of Locust Mountain.
Coal Country CampingHiking or WalkingBikingPaddlingRunning & JoggingPicnickingBird WatchingSwimmingHuntingGeocaching Add
Riverbend Environmental Education Center Riverbend Environmental Education Center
Riverbend Environmental Education Center's mission is to stimulate appreciation, awareness, and understanding of our total environment and to preserve a natural wildlife habitat.
Skippack Valley CampingHiking or WalkingHorseback RidingBird WatchingKid Friendly ActivitiesHandicap AccessibleMountain BikingCross Country Skiing Add
Tuscarora State Park Tuscarora State Park
The 1,618-acre park is home to the Park Office and Visitor Center for Tuscarora and Locust Lake state parks.
Coal Country CampingHiking or WalkingBikingPaddlingPicnickingBird WatchingSwimmingHuntingFishingGeocaching Add