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.















2 comments:

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!