It Park is a 3000-section of land sandy promontory that curve into Lake Erie. As Pennsylvania's just "seashore," Presque Isle offers its guests a delightful coastline and numerous recreational exercises, including swimming, sculling, angling, climbing, bicycling and in-line skating. A National Natural Landmark, Presque Isle is a most loved spot for moving flying creatures. As a result of the numerous exceptional territories, Presque Isle contains a more noteworthy number of the state's imperiled, undermined and uncommon species than some other zone of similar size in Pennsylvania. The portal to Presque Isle is the new Tom Ridge Environmental Center TREC. An instructive focus on a basic level, TREC is committed to showing guests about Presque Isle and the a wide range of types of life that occupy this one of a kind promontory. TREC additionally fills in as an inside for look into, adding to protection endeavors and advancing ecological mindfulness, saving the unparalleled excellence of Presque Isle. There is free admission to the intelligent shows and the 75-foot perception tower.