Ingram’s Mill Nature Area

P1000639

 

LOCATION

680 North Creek Road
West Chester, PA 19380

 

DESCRIPTION

The Ingram’s Mill Nature Area is a 36-acre park on the East Branch Brandywine Creek with a small parking area at 680 North Creek Road. This tranquil creek-side park was named after the stone mill that once stood nearby on the banks of the Brandywine. Ingram’s Mill provides access for fishing or launching rafts and paddle craft. The paddle distance from this park downstream to Harry J. Waite Jr. Nature Area is approximately 1.8 miles and passes through the Natural Lands’ Stroud Preserve. Please obey all posted park rules at Ingram’s Mill Nature Area. Portable grills are prohibited and vehicles may only park within the designated parking area.

 

DIRECTIONS

From West Chester: Take Route 322 west towards Downingtown. Turn left onto North Creek Road (North Creek Road is across from Frank Road; if you reach Valley Creek Road, you’ve gone a little too far). Continue about 0.4 miles on North Creek Road, past the Aqua PA water treatment plant. The Ingram’s Mill Nature Area is on the right, just around a bend (if you reach Copes Lane, you’ve gone about 0.3 miles too far).

From Downingtown: Take Route 322 east towards West Chester. Turn right onto North Creek Road (North Creek Road is across from Frank Road, about 0.6 miles past Skelp Level Road). Continue about 0.4 miles on North Creek Road, past the Aqua PA water treatment plant. The Ingram’s Mill Nature Area is on the right, just around a bend (if you reach Copes Lane, you’ve gone about 0.3 miles too far).

 

MAP

•  Ingrams Mill Nature Area

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