Ridley Creek State Park covers more than 2,500 acres in southeastern Pennsylvania. This park is home to numerous species of wildlife, which are easy to spot for people who want to go out and look for these beautiful creatures. Additionally, the park is home to the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, and visitors love to drop by for a tour, but it is closed during the winter season. The plantation is over 300 years old, and it has been restored. The campgrounds are open year-round for all manners of camping, but it can be very cold and snowy during the winter.
Explore trails and Ridley Creek during your stay at the park. The trails allow people to get out and experience nature while hiking through some beautiful areas of the state. Dogs are permitted in the hiking areas as well.
Come to the area for fishing, bird watching, and animal spotting. In the area, there are often all kinds of birds, small mammals such as foxes, and more.
There are numerous cabins and group camping areas where tents are permitted. No more than 100 people are permitted to camp in the tenting areas at a time. RV camping isn't available at this park. While some campsites can be reserved, others are on a first come, first served basis, so show up early to get a spot.
Dogs are welcome in all Pennsylvania state parks as long as they aren't brought into designated no-pet areas. Many of the rentable cabins also allow dogs to stay. However, owners are expected to clean up after their pets. Dogs shouldn't be left unattended in the park. Dogs must be on a leash at all times in the park for safety and courtesy purposes. Dogs will not be allowed in buildings or swimming areas, however, so keep this in mind before visiting the park.