Rocky Ridge County Park - A great place for a picnic in PA Dutch Country

Rocky Ridge County Park is located in Springettsbury township York county. The park is 750 acres. The park has over 12 miles of multi-use trails. The trails can be used for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

Rocky Ridge is a great place to go bird watching because of the two observation decks it offers. Bird watching is best done in the spring and fall when the birds are migrating. There a number of different birds to be seen, some of which are falcons, eagles, and hawks.

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The park also offers picnic areas, a volleyball court, softball field, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, and a fitness trail. The fitness trail offers twenty workout stations located throughout a half mile trail.

The Park is closed from Dusk to Dawn. The gate opens at 8:00 am.

Pets are permitted in the park but not permitted in the picnic area. Also not permitted in the picnic area are bikes and horses.

Directions: From Rt. 30, take Mt. Zion Rd. (Rt.24) north for 1 mile. Turn right onto Deininger Rd. and follow into park. If using mapquest or GPS for directions the address is 400 Deininger Rd. York, PA 17406.

Rocky Ridge is a nice park and is worth the visit.

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