Pinebrook Park - Stroud Township, PA

Sixty years ago, the Pinebrook section at Brodhead Creek was swept away by a deadly flood. 

Today, it is a serene, green getaway preserved by Stroud Township – part of a system of linked parks and trails which organizers hope will someday stretch from Skytop in northern Monroe County to the confluence of Brodhead Creek with the mighty Delaware River.

Directions: There are multiple entrances to Pinebrook Park along North Fifth Street, Stroud Township, PA. Pinebrook Park North parking is available at the entrance, two-tenths of a mile south of Route 447 on North Fifth Street.

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Latitude: 41.022716 Longitude: -75.205872 Elevation: 460 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
BWA Brodhead Watershed Association

Recreational Opportunities

  • Walking
  • Hiking
  • Fishing (with license)
  • Picnicking

Trails are well maintained, surfaced with crushed stone, and mostly flat. About 3 miles round trip, taking about 1 hour, 45 minutes.

Picnic tables, barbecue grills, picnic pavilions, and restrooms are available.

When possible, take trash with you. At the very least, use trash receptacles.

Seasons Accessible



On summer weekends, there is an entrance fee of $10 per person for people who are not Monroe County residents.

Pet Friendly Notes

This is a popular spot for dog walking. Well-behaved dogs and considerate dog-owners are welcome. Poop-scooping and leashes are required.

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