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The trail goes all the way to Cape May. At the very end of the trail, cross the busy intersection (they are nice to bikes) and go left towards the bridge. There are bikes lanes on both sides. 2 miles in is the beach. Great ride. 30 miles there and back if you do the full trail to the beach.
I skates about two thirds of it starting at the zoo. The asphalt wasn't great at the start but it quickly became smooth. A few crossings at the start too but then there are decent length sections without any. It's mostly not along a road, which is nice too.
Fully paved, very little traffic. Very flat as well. Only down side is very little air movement so it ended up being quite humid.
We usually do the Wilmington, Delaware and Delaware City trail but decided to stay locally. Clean wooded trail. Geets Diner is 0.7 miles from the end of the trail in Williamstown, which was a great place to grab a bite outdoors.
There were too many Road barriers and stops along the way. There were many detours for construction.
In August 2019, I took the ferry to Lewes, DE. On the way back, I biked from the ferry to the CM Zoo. The bike path was well-maintained. The Cold Spring path had a lot of shade, which was wonderful on a 80F day. But once I hit the Middle Township bike path, I couldn’t find any shade at all. It was hot! Otherwise, it was a great and safe ride. I would do it again.
mist of the upper trail is impassable
Great bike, walking and running path!! It was everything people said and more!! I will bike this path again!!!
It’s a great bike path for me and my three children it’s not bumpy it’s all level roads well kept and no trash
Beautiful way to spend a sunny stretch sauntering through the trees pushing a stroller alongside a river as it winds past parks and over bridges - Saw families fishing together!
The entire length of this trail has private lands along both sides of it, so please respect private property and do not venture off the trail. Due to the increase of foot traffic on Elephant Swamp, private land owners are having a problem with increased trespassing from the trail users.
This trail is nice, and i’m glad that i live close to it. It hurt my feet a few times, but is is nice for hiking and biking. It does not go in a full loop at the time though so keep that in mind. 9/10
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