White Clay Creek Preserve

4.85 Votes
  • Address: 404 Sharpless Rd, Landenberg, PA 19350, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-6102742900
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Nature, Ecological Reserve

White Clay Creek Preserve is a nature preserve which covers an area of 2,072 acres. It is covered with varied terrains and hence you can enjoy the exotic natural beauty of the preserve. It provides food and shelter to wildlife and hence it offers you the chance to find the glimpses of a number of wild animals here. It houses many natural trails where you can enjoy hiking, horse riding and biking. A river is flowing adjacent to the preserve which offers you to enjoy fishing of numerous fishes. You can enjoy hunting too in some designated areas of the preserve. White Clay Creek Preserve is situated near the mountain where you can enjoy seasonal activity like Skiing.

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  • White Clay Creek Preserve Address: 404 Sharpless Rd, Landenberg, PA 19350, USA, United States
  • White Clay Creek Preserve Contact Number: +1-6102742900
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White Clay Creek Preserve Reviews & Ratings

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  • Similar to White Clay Creek State Park in Delaware but this side has the beautiful Creek in it's midst! Crystal clear, cool, and oh so musical, few things can compare to this magical place hidden in Pennsylvania!

  • This place will always feel like a second home to me, a wonderful refuge from the hustle and bustle of the University of Delaware.

  • Beautiful place to explore. Not recommended to go into the water without footwear due to the possibility of fishing hooks. Worth buying the season pass if you plan on being a regular visitor.

  • Lovely area for walking and biking.

  • Did a nice 7 miles today along the Penndel trail and the Charlie. Something trail. Nice loop trail, but very muddy. No potties at the start which is another negative. This time of year good to visit the local Delaware side of the park, they don't start charging to park until March 1 St.

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