Nescopeck State Park, Drums

#4 of 6 in Parks in Luzerne County
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Nescopeck State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 3,550 acres (1,437 ha) in Butler and Dennison Townships, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania (in the United States). The park is one of the newest state parks in Pennsylvania. In the early 1970s, the state acquired 164 properties which made up the park. The park's Environmental Education Center is one of its newest additions; it opened in April 2005. Nescopeck Creek runs through the valley between Mount Yeager and Nescopeck Mountain. The park is near Interstate 80 just off Pennsylvania Route 309 (near Conyngham).

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  • Staying at timeshare close to the park, my husband and I spent many happy hours exploring this state park. We will be back!  more »
  • Nescopeck State Park is another park with great forest, hiking trails, and waterways. Many nice trails to walk. The visitor center is small, but has some great exhibits about the plants and animals....  more »
  • It's a very beautiful, relaxing place to go and walk or go fishing. Come at least once, you won't be disappointed.
  • Great place to go and find some pristine woods to explore all by yourself. Bonus if you get to see a bear. Had a mother and two Cubs cross the trail about 50 yards in front of me.

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