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Ralph Stover State Park

5998 State Park Rd, Pipersville, PA 18947-1504
+1 610-982-5560
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Cliffs!

The big attraction here is the cliffs! You park level to the top of the ridge so its an EASY walk... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2014
s w
,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nice Park

River is pretty nice. Water was low and clear for fishing but still a good time.Caught some... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2014
Eric R
,
Jackson
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  • Very good25%
  • Average7%
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5998 State Park Rd, Pipersville, PA 18947-1504
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+1 610-982-5560

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Reviewed 16 September 2014

The big attraction here is the cliffs! You park level to the top of the ridge so its an EASY walk to the overlook and views. Many repel there so its fun to watch the daredevils. Looking down you see the Tohicken creek. Go on...More

1  Thank s w
Reviewed 30 July 2014

River is pretty nice. Water was low and clear for fishing but still a good time.Caught some blugills in the river on smallmouth flies. Trails in the park are kept up.

Thank Eric R
Reviewed 27 May 2014

We saw a pileated woodpecker as we pulled into the parking lot which was an awesome sight! We had a great picnic near the stream. Some tables have been there for many years, so it's a good idea to choose carefully, and to take a...More

1  Thank nylady21
Reviewed 13 May 2014

This place is amazing. We went here for Mother's Day first time here. There is a beautiful stream that you can get your feet wet or go trout fishing in. You can have a picnic or grill they have charcoal grills. Or bring your own....More

Thank dawnscookie
Reviewed 18 February 2013

That's the first word that comes to me when I think of Ralph Stover State Park. Not that you'll never run into others there but on a Sunday morning which is when I have always gone there if you go early enough meaning before the...More

1  Thank deckm
Reviewed 4 January 2013

This park is out in the "boonies" which makes it nice to go for some quiet time. I have always had a nice time when going here.

Thank terrifina
Reviewed 14 August 2012

Ralph Stover Park has two entrances: the main park entrance off of Stump Road and an upper area for High Rocks Vista off of Tory Road (from Route 611) or Tohickon Hill Road from Point Pleasant (Rt. 32). If you want a hike up hill...More

5  Thank Clare D
Reviewed 26 July 2012

Beautiful park. It is kind of steep and you have to be careful if you are hiking - especially with children or dogs. It is especially lovely in the fall. Nice ride getting there too - very peaceful.

1  Thank MomofShadow
Reviewed 6 July 2012

One of the best and highest scenic views in Bucks County. White water kayaking in the spring too!

Thank CD D
Reviewed 3 July 2012

I had planned an Appaplachian Trail hike to New England last weekend, but my firend bagged out. With the family out of town, I drive to High Rocks section of Ralph Stover Park (Tory Road) and proceeded east/ south along the High Rocks rim (beautiful...More

Thank arthiker
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