Posted by Liz Piazza on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at 10:46 AM By Liz Piazza / August 26, 2020 Comment
Rising in the mountains near Penn State, Spring Creek has been named one of the finest wild trout stream in Pennsylvania.
Whether you are looking for a Park to take children to, go on a hike for the weekend, bike riding, or of course fishing, Spring Creek is a beautiful spot that you must stop at if you are in the State College Area.
Spring Creek Park offers outdoor recreation and nature preservation. A public space open to the general public. The park offers open spaces under the maintenance of State College Parks Department.
The park offers a playground with a sandbox area, 3 picnic pavilions, 2 sand volleyball courts, 4 tennis courts, walking paths, adult softball field, adult baseball field, 2 basketball courts, fitness unit, very cool covered bridge, fishing, restroom building (seasonal), drinking fountain & Charcoal grills. Perfect for a little weekend exploring/relaxation!
Spring Creek Canyon Trail is a 6.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail featuring a great forest setting that is great for all skill levels! This trail can be used for walking, running, nature trips, bike riding & bird watching. A beautiful place to take in the scenery and explore with plenty of options.
Access to Spring Creek is accessible off PA Route 150 near the I-99 interchange at Dale Summit/Shiloh Road), Fisherman's Paradise (off PA Route 150 near Bellefonte). Secondary roads parallel Spring Creek over much of its length, providing easy access.
No matter the season, there’s always something to see or do at Spring Creek. Whether you’re taking it in by car, bike or foot, we know you’ll enjoy exploring one of the best trout streams & scenic natural areas in Central Pennsylvania.
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