Nearby Attractions to White Clay Creek Preserve
Information about White Clay Creek Preserve’s nearby attractions is available from the Chester County Conference and Visitors Bureau.
Explore the Area
White Clay Creek runs through the community of Landenberg, which was originally part of the Lenape Native American tribe. The community's proximity to the park makes it a popular hub for fishing, hiking, and biking. From here, you can find places to eat, shop, and relax.
Learn about some of the area businesses and things to do from the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce.
Nearby State Parks and Forests
White Clay Creek Preserve is close to two state parks where visitors can enjoy recreation, education, and other activities.
Ridley Creek State Park
Ridley Creek State Park encompasses more than 2,606 acres of Delaware County woodlands and meadows. The gently rolling terrain of the park, bisected by Ridley Creek, is only 16 miles from center city Philadelphia and is an oasis of open space in a growing urban area.
Recreational activities include hiking, biking, horseback riding, picnicking, fishing, hunting, and camping.
Susquehannock State Park
The 244-acre Susquehannock State Park is on a wooded plateau overlooking the Susquehanna River in southern Lancaster County. Besides the outstanding view, the park offers a variety of recreational opportunities including hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, cross-country skiing, wildlife watching, and camping for year-round fun.
Other Nearby Outdoor Spaces and Natural Places
The Natural Lands Trust Peacedale Preserve and Nichols park can be found to the west of the park, offering additional places to recreate and view wildlife.
Delaware’s White Clay Creek State Park is a 4,000-acre park that includes 486 acres of the original land grant of White Clay Creek Preserve. The park and preserve have activities year-round. The park is ideal for a quiet walk or a family picnic, and has exceptional opportunities for bird watching and photography.
Pennsylvania Heritage Areas
Heritage Areas protect, enhance, and promote Pennsylvania’s historic, natural, cultural, and scenic resources.
The Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area is Pennsylvania’s first designated Scenic River. It has been instrumental in shaping the nation’s heritage for more than 300 years, playing an important role in three revolutions: the American, Industrial, and Environmental.