Bordered on the south by steep Mount Yeager and on the north by Nescopeck Mountain, the 3,550-acre Nescopeck State Park encompasses wetlands, rich forests and many diverse habitats. Nescopeck Creek, a favorite of anglers, meanders through the park. Hiking trails follow the creek, climb mountains, pass through quiet forests and skirt wetlands. An environmental education center provides year-round educational programs on the park’s unique resources.
1137 Honey Hole Road, Drums, PA 18222
Very educational and fun. Thanks Amy!
Fun, educational, great group led by Amy. Thanks
Had a great time. We were able to view eagles at several viewing areas in the Delaware Water Gap.Hopefully DCNR and Nescopeck State Park continues to offer great activities to showcase the beauty of Pennsylvania. Our tour guide Diane Madl was very knowledgeable
Amy was so knowledgeable and her presentation was well organized and very informative. Myself and another member of Walk and Wine Friends hiking club attended and we both agreed that it was well worth the time spent!
Amy & Megan we’re fantastic. They provided great information and the kayaking on the lake was wonderful.
I give the seminar a five star review. The conductor was very knowledgeable I learned a lot I really appreciate it the seminar. They need to take the seminars in the schools and high schools elementary schools and maybe in the senior centers. Thank you
Very good program. Presenters were experts in their field and enthusiastic in their presentation.
Hands on practice was very helpful. Facilities were good and length of program was appropriate. Hopefully this program will continue to the intermediate and expert levels in the future.
Thank you for your effort in organizing this worthwhile education opportunity and activity.
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