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Dogs and Bikes are not allowed on most of our trails. Dogs and bikes are ONLY allowed on the Creek Road Trail, Pennypack Creek Trail, and Pennypack Parkway. Please park on Creek Road or Masons Mill Road and follow trail postings at each trailhead. Please keep your dogs on a leash and pick up after them. More info on our dog policy here.What are the rules for Pennsylvania State Parks?
Tents, shelters, or camping is not allowed in any area. A 10 p.m. curfew exists throughout the parks and recreation system. Fishing is allowed under the rules as outlined by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Horse-drawn vehicles may be driven on park trails wide enough to safely allow them.Do you need tickets for Pennypack Park in Montgomery County?
Advance tickets or reservations remain recommended or necessary at many spots. Your best bet: Check online or call ahead. Named after the Lenni Lenape Indian word for slow-moving water, Pennypack Park stretches nine miles, following Pennypack Creek southeast as it runs from Montgomery County to the Delaware River.How do I get to the Pennypack Trail?
Go about 0.5 mile, and turn right onto Pennypack Path. Go about 0.8 mile to the parking lot. Take a spur path toward the Delaware River; it will intersect with the Pennypack Trail. Turn right to head northward. The endpoint is located about 1.3 miles farther east along the trail.