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Limestone Springs Preserve

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930 Tulpehocken Rd, Richland, PA 17087-9723
+1 717-866-2421
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Beware ticks there!

Really, it should be called "Limestone disease reserve". I would not recommend bring there kinds... read more

Reviewed May 13, 2017
David Z
Fun Day of fishing. Family friendly

Total fun and a great way to spend a couple of hours. Took my son, practiced casting, setting the... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Supplied with artesian spring water from a 19th century limestone quarry, Limestone Springs offers recreational rainbow trout fishing daily, as well as, trout stocking and food service trout products year round. What was once a portion of the historic Union Canal is now a series of pools teaming with ready to catch and eat trout. Experts and novice fisherman alike can enjoy a day's fishing, with NO Pa. Fishing License required! We ask you to keep all trout caught, which are purchased by the pound at check-out. Complimentary ice is available to chill your catch immediately, preserving the best in freshness and taste. Picnic tables, benches, a pavilion and peace and quiet are available for your packed picnic. Snacks, bait, rods, essential tackle, ice, and trout cleaning are also offered at our new check-in pavilion.
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good27%
  • Average9%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible9%
May 13, 2017
“Beware ticks there!”
Apr 30, 2017
“Fun Day of fishing. Family friendly”
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930 Tulpehocken Rd, Richland, PA 17087-9723
+1 717-866-2421
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Reviewed May 13, 2017

Really, it should be called "Limestone disease reserve". I would not recommend bring there kinds unless they are tick resistant.

Thank David Z
Reviewed April 30, 2017

Total fun and a great way to spend a couple of hours. Took my son, practiced casting, setting the hook and landing the fish. Caught 5 nice size trout, that were delicious. We used the super bait which is what they use to feed the...More

Thank JayG688
Reviewed November 14, 2016

Taking grandchildren to Limestone Springs is a sure way that you know yo will bring some delicious Trout along home. The price is reasonable and they are well fed fish.

Thank Leonard M
Reviewed September 13, 2016

Great little place to take the kids to fish for trout. Can purchase fish for pond or as fillets. Really great little place and has a bit of history their (Union Canal goes through the property) and one of the locks is still there.

Thank Howard B
Reviewed August 2, 2016 via mobile

This place is the best place for fisherman and those with young children. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. They made then suggestion of not coming when it is extremely hot out, due to the fish not wanting to bite. We went around March...More

Thank Brandi R
Reviewed June 27, 2016

we have been going there for 40 years.we took our kids there,& now we have been taking the grandchildren there.plenty of fish to catch.some extras that they have or provide do have cost. but i think its worth it. they have rods & reels,bait,fish cleaning...More

Thank Mark H
Reviewed April 27, 2016

This place is great for young kids who are fishing for their first time, they are guaranteed to get a nibble and catch some fish. You can pay them to clean the fish too, which i liked cause i am not going to do that,...More

Thank RachelS111215
Reviewed September 1, 2015

I visited with my 3 children in August 2015. You can bring your own poles and bait or get all you need right there. Now August is the worst time for trout as they prefer colder temps and can be a little slugglish. Still we...More

1  Thank Dawn M
Reviewed July 29, 2015

You are guaranteed to catch something. They charge by the pound for the fish and they charge to clean it for you. There are so many fish in the water, it's not even a sport. You can just reach down and grab one. It's basically...More

Thank Denise R
Reviewed September 10, 2013

I took my grandson there to experience what it's like to catch a fish...We used 4 baits moved around and still couldn't catch anything..They were there right in front of us with the bait in front of their face...NOT Hungary..Grandson not happy..NO FISH..He wanted to...More

Thank ChrisAllentown_Pa
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