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We visited a few days after a large snowfall (14-18") and the roads and parking area were clear. We watched kayakers getting into the Delaware River. The rangers were available, even on a Saturday, for maps and information.
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Finding the entrance to the pavilions at Stover Park is very tricky, so make sure you consult a map before attempting to drive. The pavilion areas are nice, located near the water and the playground. Bathrooms are located there as well, but they’re built in...More
We enjoyed hiking here. The scenery is really pretty in autumn. There are upper and lower trails with scenic overlooks with different access points and trail heads. I suggest looking online at a map of the area before venturing out so you know where you're...More
Excellent scenery, creek at the base of the cliffs. Certain cliff faces are setup for outdoor rock climbing. Trails along the top and halfway down the slope. I've made this place my "getaway spot" for unplugging and being refreshed for years, been there more times...More
The valley, in which this park is set, is amazingly beautiful. A crystal-clear creek runs through it--great for children & pups to cool off. The picnic area is very large & nwell-maintained. Bathrooms are reasonably clean. The two, nearby covered bridges are stunning as well....More
I have been going to Ralph Stover and High Rocks for 25 years and counting. I go about 5 times a year to see it in the different seasons. Sometimes more if I am introducing new people to the park. Everyone I have ever taken...More
Been many times but you need to know there are two sections to the park. High Rocks, as the locals call it is the gorge open to climbers, hikers and site seers. The lower section has picnic tables and a children's play area is a...More