Codorus State Park65 Votes
- Address: Marina Dr, Hanover, PA 17331, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-7176372816
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Overview of Codorus State Park
Sprawling across an enormous 3,500-acre, the Codorus State Park covers several townships of York County’s southwestern region. This park engulfs the manmade Lake Marburg that spans across an area of 1,275 acres of the region. As far as its name goes, the Codorus Creek is where it derives its name from. There is a lot of industrial history attached to this attraction, which you can enlighten yourself with on reaching here. Toda, the park is looked after as a joint effort by the private enterprise and state and local government.
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Codorus State Park Reviews & Ratings
Codorus State Park is such a wonderful place. We stayed at the campground for a couple nights. The facilities were nice, and the park itself was beautiful. The disc golf course is definitely worth checking out if that's something that you're interested in.
What a gorgeous place to enjoy the great outdoors. The camper and tent sites are a bit tight so it you like privacy maybe not the place for you. Family friendly.
Very well kept park/lake area. Many areas to get to lake side parking and small boat launch. 20hp max. power for boats. Several area with restrooms and eating areas. Shore fishing early or late otherwise be prepared to fish 20 feet deep or more. Some nice large mouths to be had.
Very large, beautiful park with many facilities. There is boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, and even scuba diving. The facilities are well-maintained. Campsites don't have a lot of privacy but they seem spacious well-placed sanitary facilities. It's an easy drive from Baltimore or the DC suburbs.
We paddle here and the nature is great. Only small power boats (25 hp or less) are allowed so it is nice and relaxing. There are horse trails and hiking trails, both are very nice without much traffic. No alcohol is permitted which is kind of a bummer but likely what makes it a nice place to go. Rangers and natural resources police are super nice and helpful. Really can't think of a downside other than no trash cans, but also no trash laying around so it works for them.... Birds, fish, turtles, deer, horses and nice folks.... What's not to like?