State Parks Tagged With: Chester

Chester State Park
Chester, SC
Since opening in the 1930s, Chester State Park near Chester, South Carolina has been a haven for hiking, picnicking, boating and fishing for the surrounding communities in the Piedmont Region of South
Cockaponset State Forest
Chester, CT
Cockaponset, named after an Indian chief who's buried in the Ponset section of Haddam, is the second largest state forest in Connecticut. The development of this area for recreational purposes allows
Fults Hill Prairie Nature Preserve
Chester, IL
The 997-acre Fults Hill Prairie State Natural Area is owned and managed by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Most of this unique natural area was purchased between 1970 and 1976. From the
Goosepond Mountain State Park
Chester, NY
Goosepond Mountain State Park, located in Orange County, is managed as 1,558 acres of open space. Almost completely wooded, the park is open to hikers and horseback riders. Note: Park is undeveloped
Piney Creek Ravine
Chester, IL
West of DuQuoin and south of Steeleville on the Randolph-Jackson County line is a unique 198-acre area known as Piney Creek Ravine State Natural Area. Purchased in 1972 for its rare plant species and
Randolph County State Recreation Area
Chester, IL
Randolph County State Recreation Area is a mecca for outdoor recreational activities. Fishing, hiking, picnicking, boating, hunting and camping are just a few of the choices on the 1,101 acres at the
Turkey Bluffs State Fish and Wildlife Area
Chester, IL
TBFWA is located on the Mississippi River bluffs in southwestern Illinois. The topography varies from level flood plains to steep hills. Cultivated fields, along with hay fields and brushy areas, are