Last updated Jun 28 1996

For more information about Marsh Creek State Park, visit PAREC.COM.

** NEWS FLASH ** Please help keep the trails open for mountain bikers. Volunteer for trail maintenance by signing up at the Downingtown Bike Shop! It only takes a couple hours of your time, and it's well worth it! Get the phone number by looking up Bicycle in the Yellow Pages or call Directory Assistance.

This is an unofficial source of information about Marsh Creek State Park, since I could not find an official source, I created my own page, from the park brochure. Information found here has been taken from the Recreational Guide for MARSH CREEK STATE PARK brochure. I cannot be held responsible for inaccurate or outdated information.

Marsh Creek State Park is located in the rolling hills of northcentral Chester County. It is 1,705 acres in size and contains a 535-acre lake.

The park is located approximately 2 miles west of the village of Eagle on PA Route 100. Access to the park from the PA Turnpike and points south and north is via PA Route 100 to Eagle where signs direct the visitor to the park. Non-turnpike access from the west is via U.S. Route 322 and PA Route 282 north from Downingtown.

Recreational Opportunities

Visitors enjoy a wide selection of recreational opportunities during every season of the year. Opportunities include:

For more information about Marsh Creek State Park, you may contact:
     Department of Environmental Resources
     Marsh Creek State Park
     675 Park Road
     Downingtown, PA. 19335
     Telephone: (610)458-8515
For General Pennsylvania State Park Information, call: 1-800-63-PARKS.