Codorus State Park
- Address: Marina Dr, Hanover, PA 17331, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-7176372816
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Codorus State Park - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Codorus State Park
95% of people who visit Hanover include Codorus State Park in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
32.42% of people start their Codorus State Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Codorus State Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Codorus State Park
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Codorus State Park, Hanover Reviews
This place is awesome. So many relaxing things to do here and the have a restroom that doesn't smell...😆 you can go fishing but make sure you have your license. They have boat rental and even a pool that have a fee to enter. Play baseball or just out and enjoy. So have fun when you visit and be nice and respectful to each other.
This is a great, low key, quiet campground. Dog friendly. The vast majority of the RV sites are large, and mostly level. They are all asphalt pads, which is great. Loop D is out in the open, no shade. All other loops are wooded. Plenty of shade in the hot summer months.
Extremely tight regulations, but as long as you follow the rules, it is a very nice family campground. We were at a non electric tent site at Loop A, Site 13. It was really big and roomy. Plenty of flat ground perfect for our tent under lots of tall trees. It rained during the night, but our things hardly got wet. There was a nice fire pit with a grate for cooking. Truly a wonderful camping experience.
Beautiful lake. Camping spots are great success in the roughing it section. There are no hookups here (in the roughing it section, it looked like all other spots where you want hookups they have them a vailable) as should be expected. Had a great time here with my family and some friends
Nice park but lacks amenities. My campsite only had electric. There is a dump station and safe drinking water. Roadway and campsites are paved. Very large lake for boaters and fisherman. Easy access to park and campground.