Take five for trivia
It's a Baker's Dozen creeks in our state parks and forests. One state forest (Clear Creek) and 12 state parks (Canoe Creek, Clear Creek, French Creek, Hills Creek, Kettle Creek, Marsh Creek, Oil Creek, Raccoon Creek, Ridley Creek, White Clay Creek (yes, we count it!), and Yellow Creek). Ain't that great - we have a PPFF friends group in five of them!
Steven points out that the former Crooked Creek State Park is now managed by the Army Corps of Engineers. And that Goddard State Park WAS to be called Sandy Creek State Park but over Doc's objections it was named in his honor instead.
And Steven gets credit for this week's trivia in follow-up on Doc Goddard: He famously advocated for a FREE state park within 25 miles of every Pennsylvanian. Of the 67 counties in Pennsylvania, how many are without a state park?
Send in your answer and we'll enter your correct response into our monthly prize drawing. All correct answers each week will go into the hat and at the end of the month we'll draw one lucky winner. The more correct answers you submit in a month (up to four or the occasional five depending on the month), the more chances you'll have to win.