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|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
||PA||142.2 mi||Asphalt, Ballast, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Gravel||
Wonderful ride. Follow the pipeline in between the 1st section. You ride on grass for a bit, and then you come to the 2nd trail head. People were friendly. I rode on a Saturday, and was surprised that it wasn't crowded. Easy trail
Great ride. Trail was in great shape. Did 8 mile stretch from Tannery to State Park.
July 18th 2021 Fun ride with lots of sights and history to take in. Rode with my Nephew, it is his local trail. Parts of our ride were awesome smooth wide trail and other parts were very rough narrow and bumpy. I will ride more of this trail next time that I am in the area.
This is a good trail for inline skating. Asphalt is very smooth. It's up and down the whole way so good cardio and fun downhill.
No information on local ordance for Ebike use on this trail.
State law states Ebikes can go anywhere bikes can be used.
Walked / ran the Stockton to Lambertville section.
They just repaved the new castle side and it’s great!
This is a great trail to walk or run. Biking is fun too to cover longer distances, but it is ideal for walking. Not sure why they mention asphalt and the ability to in-line skate as there’s basically no way to do it since the surface is not paved - a mix of stone, sand and pine needle leaves. The trail has beautiful scenery of the local pine trees and is well shaded! I remember the old trail - what an upgrade this is. Lots of room and space!
I've been on this trail three times, and from my experience there, it was a solid trail but needs improvements. It has a great amount of potential, and could soon live up to its name.
The trail is serene on both sides of the Ikea/Home Depot Business area, it was an enjoyable experience for sure, but there were flaws that should be fixed.
Two of the crossings, which would be the main Ikea entrance and Gallagher Rd, are dangerous to cross and have poor signage. I highly recommend improving the signage to signal drivers of trail users.
Because of the trail being very serene on both sides and having a pleasant experience there, I would have rated this 5 stars, but it loses a star due to poor signage and dangerous crossings.
Not much to see. Narrow path.that runs thru Runnemede. Parking lot at end of trail has signs regarding towing unless restaurant patron. No shade, walk is completely in the sun.
I hadn’t ridden in Philly in a while because by parked car was hit and run once and vandalized soon after. I was done. However when I returned to my car it was as I left it. The Delaware River-Penn’s landing area was very nice.
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