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  Bear Creek Environmental Area & Dr. James S. Shadle Nature Center
Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of PA, the Dr. James S. Shadle Nature Center and the Bear Creek Environmental Area help people to connect with their natural heritage and renew their spirits.
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Berks County Heritage Center Berks County Heritage Center
Berks County has a long and storied past as the center of Pennsylvania German culture, a pivotal transportation center for canals and railroads, and the home to many significant industries. The Berks County Heritage Center tells the story of the communities and people of this unique part of Pennsylvania.
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Black Rock Sanctuary Black Rock Sanctuary
One of 22 desilting basin complexes created in the 1940s and '50s for the Schuylkill River Desilting Project, the land has been reclaimed by Chester County as a park and sanctuary for wildlife and migrating waterfowl.
French & Pickering Valleys Hiking or WalkingBikingRunning & JoggingBird WatchingKid Friendly ActivitiesHandicap AccessibleFishing Add
Blue Marsh Lake Blue Marsh Lake
Blue Marsh Lake is a 1,150 acre man-made lake along the Tulpehocken Creek that features numerous boating, hiking, biking, and birdwatching opportunities. It is maintained by the Philadelphia District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Western Berks Hiking or WalkingBikingPaddlingHorseback RidingPicnickingBird WatchingSwimmingFishingMountain Biking Add
Central Perkiomen Valley Park Central Perkiomen Valley Park
Central Perkiomen Valley Park, situated along the scenic Perkiomen Creek in the center of Montgomery County, offers a wide variety of family activities.
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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.
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Destination Schuylkill River Destination Schuylkill River
Destination Schuylkill River celebrates life along the River and seeks to connect our communities to the river through planning, programming and projects. What is there to do? How can you get involved? What’s planned for this vibrant piece of history, culture and recreation? Visit Destination Schuylkill River website to find out more.
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Evansburg State Park Evansburg State Park
The 3,300 acres of Evansburg State Park are a wonderful place to enjoy fishing, hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, and a variety of other outdoor activities.
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Fairmount Park Fairmount Park
With over 9,200 acres, it claims 10% of the land in Philadelphia (City and County). Fairmount Park has been called "one of the largest urban parks in the country"
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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.
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