The Division of Parks and Recreation is in the process of creating a master plan for White Clay Creek State Park. The purpose of this master plan is to provide a vision and a framework for the stewardship and use of the park.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control held a virtual meeting on Monday, Aug. 2, for the public to review and comment on the proposed final draft of the White Clay Creek State Park Master Plan. View a recording of the meeting.
All comments submitted at the meeting or in writing prior to Tuesday, Aug. 17, will be reviewed before the White Clay Creek State Park Master Plan is finalized.
Public involvement in the planning process began with an initial survey in 2018 (Summary of Results).
The division held four open houses that year to gather public interest and ideas before creating the draft White Clay Creek State Park Master Plan. Each open house focused on different aspects of the plan.
June 25, 2018: Natural Resources and Interpretation
July 10, 2018: Buildings/Infrastructure
August 1, 2018: Roads and Trails
Draft 2006 Master Plan (Never finalized)