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Scenic ride by and over water. Three playgrounds along the way. Good spots to stop and fish and/or picnic.
I went this weekend to meet up with some friends to walk this trail. None of us had never been on this trail before. The website said parking was available at Millersville Elementary so we decided to meet there. There is no access to the trail from the school. We ended up going further down Millersville road to the trailhead. The parking lot was tiny -- three spaces -- two regular and one handicap. It is in the middle of nowhere and you need to back out onto the street to exit the parking lot. There is no way to turn around so you can see oncoming traffic. Better to start at the end by Millersville Rd and Rt 3. The parking lot is much bigger! Other than that the trail was lovely and clean. It was mostly level -- only one incline. I would walk this again but only from the Rt 3 end.
Rode the entire trail and back with the family. It was a bit tiring towing the little ones behind me but the whole family had a blast!
Well maintained paved path. Beautiful scenery. Portable bathrooms along the way.
I thoroughly enjoy this trail, which takes you through a length of it that's like an urban park, then a part that's rocky and has swift moving waters, and towards the end a peaceful country road environment. The problem, however, is that the maintenance and upkeep is on parts of it is very poor.
First time getting back on my inline skates in years and it was nice to enjoy on a clean path with friendly faces. Everyone says “hello” or gives a warm smile when passing.
I was just at the trail this tuesday 9/8/2020 and unfortunately most of the trail was closed due to maintenance. They have been repaving the trail and it's awesome !
They had no warning of this closure until I was about 3 miles into it, then the trail was blocked off and marked closed.
Road from Tall Pines to Lewes and back, plan on making it longer by continuing on the Breakwater trail. Nice ride and mostly cars stopped and let you cross.
The trailhead at Matapeake State Park has free parking. The trail is very smooth being recently re-paved. The trailhead at Romancoke fishing pier is quite scenic, need to pay to park there. We also biked the Cross Island Trail, also recently re-paved. We also enjoyed this trail very much but it crosses many roads, drivers are very considerate waiting for us to cross. The trails have bike sheriffs who offer assistance to trail users.
This is a very nice creek-side trail, filled with potential for enjoying the creek itself. However it is in need of upkeep, from fallen trees, to filled trash cans, to a portion of the concrete trail being physically damages/broken. I will be reaching out to the county on this matter. Long live our trails!
Can't wait to do it again¿¿
Trail was clean and well maintained. Enjoyable bike or walking trail.
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