Pike Creek Community Information

Recreation in Pike Creek centers on the outdoors. Golfing, hiking and exploring the banks of Pike and Mill Creeks are just some of the options available. A popular golf venue is the Three Little Bakers course, part of the country club bearing the same name. The club is one of the most popular fun spots in town, featuring the par-71 course and the Three Little Bakers Dinner Theatre. Golfers may also try their swing at Delcastle Golf Course, an 18-hole public facility.

Hiking is available at Carousel Park and Middle Run Preserve. Carousel Park, managed by the county, is located in the central portion of Pike Creek. The site features ponds, trails, and an equestrian facility. On the western side of Pike Creek, explorers can tackle the Tri-Valley Trail, running from Judge Morris State Park, through Middle Run Preserve to White Clay Creek State Park. Middle Run is also popular with birdwatchers.

Average temperatures in Pike Creek range from the low-30s in December and January to the mid-70s in July and August. It rarely gets warmer than the mid-80s or cooler than the mid-20s. Annual precipitation averages about 45 inches; this is spread pretty evenly throughout the months of the year. Snowfalls are common in January and February.

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