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Supporting Organization Email & Phone Brief Description 
York Hiking ClubThe York Hiking Club maintains some sections of the Conestoga, Appalachian and Mason-Dixon Trail Systems. Our purpose is to promote hiking and appropriate use of outdoor recreational assets. Our purpose is to promote hiking and appropriate use of outdoor recreational assets. Our members include all kinds of people of all ages who share an interest in hiking and walking.
Jewish Community CenterThe Siegel JCC is a non-profit community center where people of all faiths and backgrounds come together to learn, share, play, and celebrate. Contact: Josh Kashinsky
Newark Senior CenterThe Newark Senior Center enhances the lives of the 50+ community by providing resources and opportunities for growth in body, mind and spirit. Contact: Katie Rivera
Keystone Trails Association (KTA)The mission is to provide, protect, preserve, and promote recreational hiking trails and hiking opportunities in Pennsylvania.Includes information about PA Trails and KTA’s maintenance efforts Contact: Shanna Klucar
Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County
(610) 347-0347
The mission is to ensure the perpetual preservation and stewardship of open space, natural resources, historic sites, and working agricultural lands throughout Southern Chester County. Contact: Jennifer Kriesel ( or ).
Horse-Shoe Trail ConservancyThe Horse-Shoe Trail Conservancy is a 100% volunteer run organization with the mission to maintain and protect all 148 miles of the H-ST from Valley Forge, PA to its junction with the Appalachian Trail, north of Harrisburg. The purpose of the Horse-Shoe Trail Conservancy shall be to protect, preserve, and maintain the Horse-Shoe Trail for hikers and equestrians forever.
Friends of White Clay Creek State ParkThe Friends of White Clay Creek State Park is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization run entirely by volunteers. Our mission is the protection and preservation of the park and surrounding creek valley through needs assessment, enhancement projects, public relations, and education. Contact: David Koppeser
Maryland State ParksThe Forest Service restores, manages, and protects Maryland’s trees, forests, and forested ecosystems to sustain our natural resources and connect people to the land.
Delaware State ParksThe Division of Parks and Recreation operates and maintains 17 state parks and related preserves and greenways throughout Delaware. The state's land protection programs are also administered by the Division. The Division is additionally responsible for providing recreational opportunities and educational and interpretive programs for the public. Our mission is to provide Delaware's residents and visitors with safe and enjoyable recreational opportunities and open spaces, responsible stewardship of the lands and the cultural and natural resources that we have been entrusted to protect and manage, and resource-based interpretive and educational services.
Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) - Delaware ValleyThe Delaware Valley Chapter includes information regarding hikes in southeastern PA.
Delaware State ForestsThe Delaware State Forest Service manages three state forests totaling more than 20,000 acres; Blackbird Forest near Smyrna, Taber Forest near Harrington, and Redden Forest near Georgetown. The forests are managed for a variety of objectives including: timber production, wildlife habitat enhancement, forest management demonstration, and recreational opportunities.
Team River RunnerSoutheast PA provides health and healing for military injured, active duty, recovering veterans and disabled members of the community through therapeutic whitewater kayaking and other forms of adventure paddling.
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