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We go to Ridley Creek State Park for hiking but we see a lot of bikers, dog walkers, picnickers, horse back riders, fishermen, photographers and birdwatchers. The Hunting Hill Mansion seems to host many private events including weddings. The parking is ample but finding the...More
My family loves to hike, we even go on vacations that allow us to hike new places. But we absolutely love Ridley Creek. There are so many different trails to explore and you can make your own path by combining parts of different trails. We...More
The creek itself is very lovely and changes with the seasons. Apart from the main path which is paved there are many smaller side paths for the more adventurous. Some take you right to the creek and the scenery is lovely.
It is a great place to hike, stroll, bike , or run. There are paved trails throughout the park. You can travel as much or as little of the total trails. Ridley Creek itself is beautiful and calming. There are walkers, runner, and bikers of...More
I use Ridley Creek State Park regularly. The paved loop trail is terrific with varied terrain including hills. Unpaved foot-only trails extend throughout the park. The park is heavily wooded and includes one state record oak. The park is beautifully designed - even though there...More
I have been walking through this State park since 1974. I have seen Blue Herons catch and consume trout. I have walked within fifteen feet of deer munching acorns. Not too long ago a resident looked out her window and saw a bear enjoying honey...More
Good for trail running, hiking, and nordic skiing (when we actually get enough snow!) The multi-use path is a 4.5 mile loop with some hills, and is the only part of the park (excluding paved parking areas and access roads) that bicycles are allowed to...More