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Yellow Creek State Park

The 2,981-acre Yellow Creek State Park is in Indiana County along one of the first “highways” in the state, the Kittanning Path. This trail was used by the Delaware and Shawnee nations and by early settlers.

170 Route 259 Highway, Penn Run, PA 15765-5941

Phone

724-357-7913

Website

dcnr.state.pa.us

Region

West

Manager

James Tweardy

Email

yellowcreeksp@pa.gov

Upcoming Events

Habitat Spy Story Time and Hike: Preregistration required

So come join us for story time with Habitat Spy by Cynthia Kieber-King & Christina Wald and go for a hike afterwards around Dragonfly Pond exploring local...

8/29 10am
Dog Waggin Good Time Hike

You and the Pup want to stretch your legs one last time before fall sets in? Join us for a relaxing hike from the Yellow Creek State Park Day Use with the...

8/31 10am
Save the planet...save the pollinators: Bees, Butterflies, & Insects

Did you know that one in three bites of food you may eat is created as the result of pollination from our friendly neighborhood bees, butterflies, and other...

8/31 2pm
Wildlife Paddleboard or Kayak (Bring your own boat) Preregistration required

Come & join a quiet morning on the lake with Park Educator, Lisa Meadows to explore the wildlife on the lake. There's some awesome great egrets, blue...

9/1 10:30am
Awesome Opossums: Pennsylvania's Only Marsupials

Many people don't realize that opossums are one of the most common mammals found in your neighborhood, whether you live in the city, suburbs, and in the...

9/7 1:30pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Yellow Creek State Park

Yellow Creek State Park posted a photo 3/7/2017

Susan Lee

Susan Lee left a positive review 6/11/2016

Excellent presentation. Interesting info on bears in general and especially about the local bears. Thanks for offering this!

Will Latinette

Will Latinette left a positive review 8/12/2015

I found the presentations and hands-on taxidermy bats very interesting and informative. In addition, the explanations of the crisis faced by PA bat populations via White Nose Fungus and the technologies being used to determine populations and understand bat biology were presented in a way to reach both adults and younger ones in attendance. Overall, a very enjoyable evening of environmental education.

Yellow Creek State Park

Yellow Creek State Park posted a photo 3/17/2015