Hiking Trails

Trails of Nottingham County Park

Trail Map The Par-Course Fitness Trail has 18 exercise stations that allow you to choose a level of difficulty. You may also find an abundance of wildflowers around this one-mile loop. Two-thirds of Doe Trail runs west and parallel to Black Run. Many favorite wildflowers are found along this pleasant trail, which terminates at Feldspar Trail.

4.1 miles from Camp Oak Hill

Theodore A. Parker III Natural Area

This 100-acre park is located in the southeast portion of Lancaster County and is named after the late Theodore A. Parker III, an internationally known ornithologist from Lancaster County. In this park, Stewart Run tumbles over rocks and waterfalls to create one of the county’s most pristine streams. Visitors can hike along a trail that parallels this stream and the sheer walls of rock that help to create this isolated valley.

5.8 miles from Camp Oak Hill

Wolf’s Hollow Park

Wolf’s Hollow was officially opened on December 6, 2010, making it the sixth regional county park in Chester County. The 569 acre park lies along the uppermost reaches of the Octoraro Creek and the south rise of the broadening Great Chester Valley.

9.8 miles from Camp Oak Hill


Susquehanna State Park contains over 15 miles of marked and maintained trails; ideal for hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and nature lovers. The terrain varies throughout the river valley. The different trails have ratings ranging from easy to difficult.

13.2 miles from Camp Oak Hill

Hiking at Susquehannock State Park

5.6 miles of trails Scenic hiking trails offer a variety of interesting habitats and evidence of past use of the area. Native holly, rhododendron, spring and summer wildflowers, and a variety of other plant life await discovery. Sit quietly or walk along a trail to observe deer, songbirds, lizards, and many other forms of wildlife.

13.7 miles from Camp Oak Hill