22 October 2009

Early October, White Clay Creek State Park

White Clay Creek State Park is a gem of northern Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania. Consisting of multiple areas with ample trails and minimal roads, it is wonderful for hiking year-round. White Clay Creek is surprisingly poorly patronized, which allows one to peacefully enjoy the trails and nature with minimal human interaction.

My favorite bonus of the park is a hidden landmark: the post that marks the start of the marking of the Mason-Dixon line.

Photos herein are in the Possum Hill section (the part I most commonly frequent) and along White Clay Creek in the Preserve section in Pennsylvania (southeast from London Tract Road), taken over three days in early October.


Life On The Edges said...

Great photos - I love the one of the sign being engulfed by the tree.

Pardes said...

Your photos are stunning!