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                     Main Streets Ridley Creek State Park
> DCNR.state.pa.us/StateParks/ FindAPark/RidleyCreek
Apopular spot for Delco locals to enjoy the outdoors, Ridley Creek State Park has more than 2,600 acres of woodlands and meadows,
with the creek meandering right through the middle. There are both paved and unpaved trails suitable for walking, running, dog-walking, rollerblading, biking, and cross-country skiing. The creek is stocked with trout for fishing and has designated fly-fishing areas as well
as a handicapped accessible fishing platform. There are 14 picnic areas equipped with restrooms and grills and some have pavilions and playground equipment as well — a great place to get some fresh air any time of year.
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   Do n’t Miss
 FISHING IN RIDLEY CREEK
 HORSEBACK RIDING  CROSS-COUNTRY
AT HIDDEN VALLEY SKIING ON THE TRAILS HORSE FARM
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Tyler Arboretum > TylerArboretum.org
If Media is “Everybody’s Hometown,” then Tyler Arboretum is “Everybody’s Backyard.” As one of the largest arboretums in the northeastern United States, Tyler is truly a sight to see
in every season. Seventeen miles of hiking trails (including an ADA-compliant Scenic Loop) stretch through Tyler’s 650 acres like a giant spider web. And, like a spider web, there are plenty of amazing critters to check out along the strands, as well as majestic trees, open meadows, and of course, the Totally Terrific Treehouses. Tyler’s annual Pumpkin Days in October are jam-packed with family-friendly fall fun and February’s annual Pancake Breakfast and Maple Sugaring Celebration puts a little warm sweetness into an otherwise chilly winter morning.
 Do n’t Miss
 FABULOUS FALL COLOR: SEPTEMBER- OCTOBER
 PUMPKIN DAYS
 PANCAKE BREAKFAST
& MAPLE SUGARING CELEBRATION
  















































































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