Presque Isle State Park
3,112-acres to explore
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Looking for lots of fun and exciting things to do?? Follow along and join the crew. Finding little things that can make every day even better is what this is all about. From taco’s to treasure we will be exploring what my local area has to offer and beyond.
Stories and details from some of my adventures. Helping you find and try something is a big part of my vision. By sharing basic tips and tricks I hope to see you out and about making every day more exciting. If you have a story or would like to share a blog post that might help others let me know.
The Official Rules and Guide Lines
This link will take you to the PA state site with all the contact info. and regulations.
From metal detecting the beaches to finding geocaches on the trails.
Discover Presque Isle
Annual event that aims to bring awareness to the Park’s diverse natural ecosystems, numerous recreational opportunities, and helps educate visitors on the importance of preserving our natural environment.
Canoe, Kayak And Boat Rentals
Presque Isle Boat Rental has a wide variety of canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, paddle boards, motor boats, pontoons, and row boats for rent.
Stop by Yellow Bike Rental!! They have Aqua-Cycles, bicycles, tandems, surreys, and more.
My Pinterest Page
Get more adventure ideas here. Check out my boards full of adventure ideas and information about my trips.
Things To Check Out
Tom Ridge Environmental Center
- The center opened on 26 May 2006
- 75 foot tall observation tower
- 65,000 square feet of interpretive exhibits
- Named after former Pennsylvania Governor
- 8 laboratories for environmental education
Presque Isle Lighthouse
- Light was first lit on July 12, 1873
- Tower height 68 feet
- Range 16 nmi (18 mi/30 km)
- Open to public tours from Memorial Day through Labor Day on weekends
- Added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 4, 1983
The Perry Monument
101 feet tall
Dedicated to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry
Built in 1925 and dedicated 9-10-1926
Designed by architects Fuller and Stickle
The monument cost $45,069 to construct
More Information And History About The Park
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Get In Touch
2345 Divi St
San Francisco, CA 94222
Mon:10am – 5pm
Tue: 10am – 5pm
Thur: 10am – 5pm
Fri: 10am – 3pm
Sat: 10am – 3pm