Ryerson Station State Park


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Ryerson Station State Park


Location:On both sides of Bristoria Rd, just off PA 21, in the extreme southwestern corner of the state.
Facilities:48 class B campsites (16 with electricity), group tent camp, 2 cottages, showers, pit toilets, picnic areas, picnic pavilions, snack bar, hiking trails (11 miles), snowmobile trails (6 miles), sledding slopes (5 acres), swimming pool (é), boat rentals, fishing pier, amphitheater, playfield, playground.
Activities:Camping, boating (electric motors only), fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, snowmobiling, sledding, nature programs.
Special Features:Park's name originated from nearby Fort Ryerson, which was constructed in 1792 at the order of the Virginia authorities to be used principally as a place of refuge from Indian raids.
Address:361 Bristoria Rd
Wind Ridge, PA 15380

Phone:724-428-4254
Web: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/ryersonstation.aspx
Size: 1,164 acres.

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The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) officials were joined by state and local leaders for a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of major state-supported improvements to the Polly Hill Campground at Ryerson Station State Park, Greene County.
Comprised of 1,164 acres, Ryerson Station State Park is in the southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, near the West Virginia border.