Discuss natural interactions of streams and pollutants. Learn about macro invertebrates and stream health.
Master Plan Study The master plan is being developed to determine how this park site should be maintained, managed and improved over the next 15 years and beyond. Watch for details on the next public meeting.
About the Park
On December 6, 2010, the Chester County Commissioners officially opened Wolf’s Hollow County Park, the county’s sixth regional park site, in Atglen, West Fallowfield Township. The entrance off Schoff Road leads to a trailhead parking lot.
The 569 acre park lies along the uppermost reaches of the Octoraro Creek and the south rise of the broadening Great Chester Valley. These natural features provide beautiful bluffs where visitors can overlook the creek and glades of Mountain Laurel. Nearly ten miles of trails wind through varied topography, providing hikers with routes ranging from moderate to challenging. Birders appreciate the several hundred acres of mature woodland habitat that attract many less commonly observed birds such as Brown Thrashers, Scarlet Tanagers and Baltimore Orioles.
Wolf’s Hollow is managed as a rustic, natural park, with no public office and limited comfort facilities. Park hours are 8 AM to sunset, year-round (closed on Christmas Day). Dogs are permitted on a 6' leash. The park is designated as a Carry In/ Carry Out Area and all Chester County Rules & Regulation apply.