Tohickon Creek flows through the 45-acre Ralph Stover State Park, making a scenic picnic area. The nearby High Rocks section of the park is a lovely overlook of the Tohickon Creek.
Great hike on a beautiful fall day.
Can be turned into something for everyone. Great views from the overlook points along the top edge trail.
We decided to hike down to the river using rocks/boulders as a guide and for foot support. It was a challenging adventure but doable if patient and adventurous. Took about 20 minutes down.
The kids want to go back again.
WOW so grateful for the experience of hiking such a beautiful place! highly recommended and i will add to a regular spot... I will def take my 12,11, 9 and 3 yr experienced hikers to another place however, i am uncomfortable with their safety there and going during a peak time of year we were pleased with the amount of other hikers on the trail.
Krystallyn P. on High Rocks
High Rocks is my go-to place when I want to get a quick hike in. It's probably about an hour hike from the top to bottom and it's the perfect decline/incline to make you feel like you've put some work into your body!
We went out and back to Cafferty parking/ camping from Torey, stopping on the return to hike down to the creek.
We picked our way along the creek to the left to a spot deep enough to swim
We scrambled up the hillside back to the trail on our return to Tory parking lot.
Very nice 3 hours of relaxation.
First and deffinately not the last time to High Rocks. My 10 and 11 yr olds didn't want to leave. trails are easy to follow with many variations. Used all trails hike tracker which was a help. Hot day, saw several people along the hike but still a very quiet time.