White Clay Creek State Park


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White Clay Creek State Park


Location:2 miles north of Newark on DE 896.
Facilities:Picnic area, pavilions, hiking and shared-use trails, historical sites, nature programs, food concession, restrooms (é).
Activities:Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking, fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, sledding, nature programs, birdwatching.
Special Features:Park includes four linked sections: the Carpenter Recreation Area, White Clay Creek Preserve (see entry in Pennsylvania state parks section), Possum Hill, and the Judge Morris Estate. It is known especially for its excellent birdwatching.
Address:425 Wedgewood Rd
Newark, DE 19711

Phone:302-368-6900
Web: www.destateparks.com/wccsp
Size: 3,384 acres.

See other parks in Delaware.
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Research was conducted at White Clay Creek State Park, New Castle County, Delaware (39[degrees] 44' N, 75[degrees] 45' W), on the floodplain of a Middle-Atlantic Piedmont forest (Heckscher 2004) during May and June 2011.
We thank Nicholas McFadden, the staff of White Clay Creek State Park, and the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation for their cooperation.