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French Creek State Park, Elverson

(4.3/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Lots of 18th century quarrying sites, rocks, trees, and hiking paths. Mostly very easy terrain. We had a good time. Try it! 
  • Our family (3 kids 4 and under) always enjoy hiking, the playground and Hopewell lake. We go at least once a month. The trails seem to be ever changing (naturally). Grab a trail map because the markin...  more »
  • Fishing, swimming, playgrounds, camping, hiking etc. A great outdoor location. The place is massive. Keep driving around inside the park- you'll be surprised how much you find. 
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  • Besides the park itself being beautiful, the park management, staff, and rangers went above and beyond. After spending most of the summer here with our three boys, we recommend this as a great family getaway spot. The park rangers here are kind and professional. The staff went above and beyond to help make our visit a happy one. To the Park Manager Eric Brown - I tip my hat to you sir!
  • An expansive and beautiful park. I have enjoyed exploring and discovering this park in the past several months. Sadly you will struggle with cell-phone service in the park - or wait!, could that be a great thing!?
  • Great state park. There is a lot of nice hiking, the lake is beautiful, and adjoining Hopewell furnace is neat.
  • Wonderful park with lots of amenities. We especially like it because there are plenty of campgrounds, and works out great for family or group camping activities. Plus plenty of trails, playgrounds, and fishing.
  • It's a great setting for camping and hiking. We had neighbors from hell, who had a loud argument from 1am to 3am then blasted acid rock until 4am. The campsite host did nothing about it, and a call to the park office only led to an "office hours" message. I didn't call 911, but I should have. The park should have a way to contact rangers 24 hours.