Apollo County Park

York County park with river views

This 149-acre park is located on the southeastern edge of York County. Acquired in 1969 and named in honor of the Apollo moon landing, the park offers beautiful views of the Susquehanna River and contains native rhododendron and laurel-covered valleys and forested slopes that drop down to the river’s edge. In addition to hiking the famous Mason-Dixon Trail that runs through the park, visitors can enjoy fishing and bird watching.

1213 PA 425, Brogue PA

www.yorkcountyparks.org/parkpages/Apollo.htm

parks@york-county.org

(717) 840-7440