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.

For information, hiker's comments and a trail map, see http://brodheadwatershed.org/gopoconos/Pinebrook.html

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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

Year-round

Fees

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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