Map #9 (2012 Edition)

Map of Arc Corner/Tri-State Marker Relocation, DE/PA 

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WEST TO EAST


13.0 mi - Cross White Clay Creek on pedestrian bridge, and veer right
onto Creek Rd.(closed to car traffic except fishing season).

 

13.9 mi - Turn to the left and follow the trail to the Arc Corner stone
monument marking end of the arc defining circular border between PA and DE.

 

14.9 mi - Cross Hopkins Rd and follow the Tri-State Marker Trail which crosses several bridges as it meanders through a stream valley.
 

16.3 mi - Reach the Tri-State Marker which is a replica of the one Mason and Dixon installed. Cross the bridge and continue on the Tri-State Marker Trail.
 

17.7 mi - Cross Dirt Arc Corner Road. Continue on trail.
 

18.2 mi - Reach the Nature Center to your left and restrooms to your right (parking available- DE state park fee). Turn right on the access road, then immediately left on Creek Rd (Pendel Trail).
 

18.4 mi - Turn right onto the Nature Preserve trail that goes along the creek.

Add 4.0 mi to each mileage indicator on Map 9 from here

EAST TO WEST


4.4 mi - Nature Preserve trail ends; turn left onto Creek Rd. (Pendel Trail).
 

4.6 mi - Turn right at restrooms and White Clay Creek Preserve Nature Center. Parking available- DE state park fee. Follow the TriState Marker Trail across the parking lot, through the meadow and into the woods.
 

5.2 mi - Cross dirt Arc Corner Road. The trail continues, crossing several bridges as it meanders through a stream valley.

6.7 mi - Cross the bridge and turn right to the Tri-State Marker which is a replica of the one Mason and Dixon installed. Turn around and continue on the Tri-State Marker Trail. DO NOT re-cross the bridge.
 

8.1 mi - Cross Hopkins Road and reach the Arc Corner Stone monument in White Clay Creek State Park marking the end of the arc defining circular border between PA and DE. Cross the
bridge and continue following the M-DT markers.

 

9.1 mi - Turn right on Creek Rd.
 

Add 4.0 mi to each mileage indicator on Map 9 from here.