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Marsh Creek State Park, Glenmoore

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Marsh Creek State Park is a 1,705 acres (690 ha) Pennsylvania state park in Upper Uwchlan and Wallace Townships, Chester County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The park is the location of the 535-acre (217 ha) man-made Marsh Creek Lake. With an average depth of 40 feet (73 feet at its deepest), the lake is stocked with fish and is a stop for migrating waterfowl. Marsh Creek State Park is 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Eagle on Pennsylvania Route 100. Park road hours 8:00 am until sunset. All other access open 24 hours.

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  • You'll love this Park. So much to do. Anything on the water (kayak, canoe, paddleboard, sunfish, etc), trails, fishing, there's a pool... 
    You'll love this Park. So much to do. Anything on the water (kayak, canoe, paddleboard, sunfish, etc), trails, fishing, there's a pool...  more »
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  • This park is a great location for spending time with family or alone. Kayaking, fishing, photography or hiking anything you may like this park will not disappoint you. You can rent a boat or you can bring your own and you are on. If you’re new to the area, don’t worry. This park has so many great things to offer you will comeback soon.
  • We went to kayak and kayaking was great. The Park Rangers are very stern and not very friendly. Some of the boys working the boat rentals pushed their boats into other people's kayaks and paddle boards. I heard them say about 15 times that the boats batteries were not charged, so several people didn't get back within their hour. Some people had to use a paddle and one was pulled in. The parking area is a bit small for the kayak and paddle board area, so several times they closed the lot. There is a pool up the hill (I did not go up there) where most of the cars were heading. So as you are driving to the park entrance the park rangers gated the entrance so no one could go in because the pool was at capacity. I had my brother; who got there 45mins before me, and I couldn't even get in that parking lot which I was told had open spots. I waited an hour and was able to get in. The Park Rangers said to park in a lot that's a mile away. It was 98 degrees out, so I waited. The lake is beautiful though! Once settled in I enjoyed it very much.

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