Lewisberry, Pennsylvania   17339

Phone: 717-432-5011
Toll Free: 888-727-2757
Reservations: 888-727-2757
This 85-acre state park is dominated by Mt. Pisgah, an 885-foot high ridge separating Kreutz Creek Valley and East Prospect Valley. The overlook offers a spectacular view of the Susquehanna River Valley. The park landscape consists of mowed grass fields on the northern and eastern park slopes, pine plantations in the southern area and mature woods on the western section of the park.
History of the Area
Samuel S. Lewis State Park was named to honor the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Forest and Waters from 1951-1954. Samuel S. Lewis donated 35 acres of his farm to the Commonwealth in 1954. Lewis convinced Walter Stine to sell his arboretum to the Commonwealth for a reasonable price. The Commonwealth then purchased an additional 35 acres of the adjacent Almoney Farm to complete the initial park tract. The park opened to the public on July 4, 1954. The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources purchased an additional 14 acres of land in 1999.

There are picnic tables, a ball field and playground equipment. Three picnic pavilions may be reserved up to 11 months in advance for a fee by calling 888-PA-PARKS. Unreserved picnic pavilions are free on a first-come, first-served basis.

Area Campgrounds
Promised Land Christian Camp
220 Boyscout Rd
Conestoga, PA
(717) 872-5403
Donegal Bus Stop-Summer Camp
37 E Main St
Mount Joy, PA
(717) 653-8201
Area Fishing Related Businesses
Susie Dombach's Rod & Reel
2637 Ironville Pike
Columbia, PA
(717) 684-7619
Bullrun Bait & Tackle
Bullrun Rd 1
Wrightsville, PA
(717) 252-4446
Fishing Creek Enterprises
1741 Snyder Corner Rd
Windsor, PA
(717) 246-8735
Bullrun Bait & Tackle: Fax Line
Wrightsville, PA
(717) 252-0466
Trop Gun Shop Inc
709 Cloverleaf Rd
Elizabethtown, PA
(717) 367-5585
Area Cabins and Lodges
Snow Time Inc
100 Boxwood LN
York, PA
(717) 757-1508

Samuel S. Lewis State Park is in southcentral Pennsylvania, York County, and is about 12 miles east of York, Pennsylvania. From the Wrightsville exit of US 30 follow Cool Creek Road south about 1.5-miles to Mt. Pisgah Road and the park.

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