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Ridley Creek State Park

Fishing • Biking • Hiking • Picnic
Horseback riding • Colonial Plantation
Ridley Creek State Park is a 2,606-acre state park that resides in Edgmont, Middletown and Upper Providence Townships. The park, about 5 miles north of the county seat of Media, offers many recreational activities, such as hiking, biking, fishing, and picnicking. Ridley Creek passes through the park. Highlights include a 5-mile paved multi-use trail, a formal garden designed by the Olmsted Brothers, and Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, which recreates daily life on a pre-Revolutionary farm.

Ridley Creek State Park has 12 miles of hiking trails and is
pet-friendly. The creek is stocked with trout by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. with a portion of the creek designated as catch and release area for fly fishing only.

5 miles of the trail is designated for multi-sue and open to jogging, biking and walking. There is a wheelchair accessible fishing platform on a multi-use trail. There is also wheelchair accessible fishing platform on a multi-use trail.