Reviewer's Rating = 5 Date of Trip: 12/13/2009 The trail is not well maintained. The northernmost 2 miles frequently get annoyingly muddy.from trails.com
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- White Clay Creek Preserve is comprised of 1,253 acres and is located in southern Chester County, 3 miles north of Newark, Delaware. It is part of a larger tract of land sold to William Penn in 1683 by Lenapi Chief Kekelappen. It is thought that Kekelappen lived in Opasiskunk, an "Indian...
- Pennsylvania generally has a moist climate with cold winters and warm summers. The White Clay State Park area has cold winter months with temperatures averaging above 28 degrees Fahrenheit (above -2 degrees Celsius). The area's average summer temperatures range above 74 degrees Fahrenheit (23...
- White Clay Creek Preserve is managed for low intensity recreational day-use activities throughout the year. Day-use areas are open daily from 8 a.m. till sunset. Approximately 1,240 acres in White Clay Creek are open to hunting during established Pennsylvania Game Commission deer hunting...