Friends of Prompton State Park

 

Prompton State Park is a 1500 acre tract of land shared by the Pa. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the U.S. Army Corp. of Engineers. It contains a 280-acre lake. The entire park is available to the public for various activities that include: hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, back country skiing, paddling, fishing, hunting, geo-caching, and disc golf. The Friends of Prompton State Park invite you to visit the park and enjoy the area.

 

1,500 acres of public land with 22.9 miles of multi-use trails
280 acre lake with 6.25 miles of shoreline for paddling, fishing, and birding


Picnic facilities and pavilion

Public Boat Launch

18 Hole Disc Golf Course

Radio Controlled Airstrip

Hunting is permitted on the East side of the lake and parts of the West side

 

Mission:

The Friends of Prompton State Park is organized to promote the restoration, maintenance, and improvement of the park's facilities to increase tourism to Wayne County and the
surrounding areas. The impact would be continued growth for businesses in the area, not limited to local restaurants, lodging, and retail shops. The Friends of Prompton is a non-profit, 501c3 tax exempt organization.