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Paved circular path around sports complex and nice playground with exercise equipment along path. Fairly busy area for recreational walkers. Not particularly scenic but a nice county park.
This trail was simply beautiful. All paved and nestled through amazing forest and along the water. So worth the hour drive from my home and the $6.00 entrance fee.
This trail was very beautiful. Nicely paved and winds through woods with breathtaking scenery along the way. Was about an hour drive from my home and entrance was $6 per car, but I will absolutely go back.
Beautiful, paved, flat ride along the canal with ample resting spots. Parking and getting to the trail was a little awkward and dangerous sharing a narrow busy road with vehicles for about 1/4 mile. Be careful with little ones.
It would be a 5 star trail for biking if it was paved. It makes for a very dirty bike.
The Lions Trail is super short, but it connects to the Struble Trail. The parking lot has been updated and is a good meeting area, if you’re planning to go on the Struble Trail.
Straight, flat, well paved or otherwise surfaced, and a relatively short round trip distance: The Warwick Trail is a great way to start the biking season.
Starting from the King of Prussia trailhead I found the trail too close to busy streets for me. It was not tranquil especially during rush hour. The trail is broken up by numerous street crossings. For a newbie, these crossings were sometimes confusing.
The trail is well kept and access to many restaurants if you like that. If you are looking for a quiet bike ride in a beautiful setting, I would not suggest it.
I have ridden this trail from Falmouth to Chickies Rock and back again. Beautiful. Easy ride. Avoid weekends if you can as it gets very busy. My husband uses a mobility scooter and th trail is a great one for people with such devices.
The trail is paved. In places the trail is straight and others it has small hills and gentle curves. The trail gets beside the river, goes by farmland, and through the woods. Its really a wonderful bike trail.
Biked the northern end from PA state line into Maryland a few miles. The trail condition is all dirt, with ruts and bumps and is just in absolute deplorable condition. Buy some gravel Maryland and smooth the trail surface out. The trail has quite a grade and is all downhill from PA into Maryland and could be quite nice if the surface were improved.
Started at Blue Ball Barn and rode to Brandywine Creek, its the steepest paved trail I have ever been on with wicked swichbacks and places you had to get off thb bike going downhill. Very thick woods and quiet for an urban area. If I did that section again it would be without bikes.
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