Northern Delaware Greenway

Trail Map

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The Northern Delaware Greenway Trail spans 9 miles of northern New Castle County from Fox Point State Park on the Delaware River to the Brandywine Creek and the City of Wilmington. This urban trail connects with Wilmington's Walkway System and links together residential communities, schools, businesses, parks and cultural sites. Just about half of the nine miles is rail-trail over a level riding surface. The rest of the trail is filled with rolling curves and short drops so leave the in-line skates at home and prepare yourself for a nice stroll or a fun bike ride with the family and friends. A map of the entire trail system is located on the Delaware Greenways web site

Parking and Trail Access


The Best Trail in Delaware

   August, 2014 by newarkbikeprojectworker

Vehicle parking is clearly marked (and in all but one area at Bellevue, completely free,) and trail access is very easy to find. The trail is mapped, and the "main" path is marked at each intersection with blue arrows painted onto the path, indicating more

Delightful walk or ride in the woods

   October, 2013 by moviemarkde

I've lived in Delaware for seven years, and still marvel at the state's commitment to open space. Exhibit A: the Northern Delaware Greenway. This mostly off-road, mostly paved trail goes for miles in suburban Wilmington and into the city itself, connecting more

   August, 2012 by kdurkin

Trail is great for the family towards the east and pretty hilly down past 202. Bellevue State Park to Rockwood Museum Section: Great trail for the family if you start at Bellevue SP ($6 out of state fee is well worth it.) I take my 10 & 6 year old here more