Golfing at State Parks

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Golfing at State Parks

There are two public golf courses in Pennsylvania state parks, one in the southeast and one in southcentral Pennsylvania.

Zoom in on the map using the zoom tool on the left. Clicking on a park in the map will reveal an information box with a listing of amenities in the park and a link to the park webpage.

Caledonia State Park

The Caledonia Golf Club has an 18-hole, par 68, public golf course is just south of US 30 and adjacent to Caledonia State Park.

Constructed in the late 1920s, the course is the oldest and one of the most scenic courses in southcentral Pennsylvania.

The course features 5,154 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 68. The course rating is 67.1 and the slope rating is 118.

Evansburg State Park

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Nestled into Evansburg State Park is the picturesque, 18-hole Skippack Golf Course. The course and 1800s-era club house is open year round (weather permitting).

The course spans 6,007 yards with a par of 70. The course rating is 69 and the slope is 120. Skippack has a reputation for being a true player’s course.

The Skippack Golf Club has opportunities for outings, tournaments, and leagues on the main course and also a driving range with clinics and lessons available.