Ralph Stover State Park, Pipersville
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Ralph Stover State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on in Plumstead and Tinicum Townships, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is a very popular destination for whitewater kayaking on Tohickon Creek and rock climbing on High Rocks (Triassic sandstone of the Newark Group). Ralph Stover State Park is two miles (3.2 km) north of Point Pleasant near Pennsylvania Route 32.Arrange your visit to Ralph Stover State Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Pipersville using our Pipersville vacation route planner.
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Finding the entrance to the pavilions at Stover Park is very tricky, so make sure you consult a map before attempting to drive. The pavilion areas are nice, located near the water and the playground. ... read more »
We enjoyed hiking here. The scenery is really pretty in autumn. There are upper and lower trails with scenic overlooks with different access points and trail heads. I suggest looking online at a map o... read more »
Excellent scenery, creek at the base of the cliffs. Certain cliff faces are setup for outdoor rock climbing. Trails along the top and halfway down the slope. I've made this place my "getaway spot" for... read more »
This has been my favorite park in the area since I was a little kid. Nice trails and awesome views
Wow. A cool vista. A must visit
this park rocks! i have only good memories of this place.
Awesome for hiking running and mountain biking.
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