PA State Park programming have taken certain precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 including keeping groups small and encouraging social distancing. In order to follow these guidelines, Keystone State Park will be offering hikes and walks on a smaller and rotating basis.
The Keystone History Walks will take place at the AMD wetland treatment system trail located across the street from pavilion 2 from 5PM-7PM on 8/14 and 11AM-1PM on 8/15. Signs will be placed at the entrance to the trails, asking participants to wait there for the park naturalist. The park naturalist will take groups of 3-5 for a walk on the AMD wetland treatment system trail to view coal mining artifacts, discuss the history of the park, and how the park is taking part in pollution remediation from old coal mining practices. Each walk should take approximately 20-25 minutes with the naturalist returning for the next group. The last walk on 8/14 will occur at 7PM and on 8/15 will occur at 1PM.
Wednesday, July 15 at 11:00am to 1:00pm
Keystone State Park, AMD Treatment System
1150 Keystone Park Road, Derry, PA 15627-3679