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Wanted to get in a quick ride before nearby concert that wouldn't overly tax me and found this nearby rail-trail on my RT app. A pleasant ride on mostly flat, even gravel surface (need at least hybrid tires) thru local wooded country side. Light bike and foot traffic on cool, cloudy Friday late afternoon. Dry conditions although it had rained on ad off most of the week. Simple out and back trail. Only drawback was the no-see-ums and gnats that come out before sunset especially in the spring. Fortunately, I had on glasses and a helmet. Fun ride overall.
This is a very nice trail for biking.
Quiet trail awaiting completion to connect with Valley Forge. Bathrooms and ball fields in the middle with plenty of parking. Some hills. A couple of tight switchbacks requiring a slow pace and some may need to dismount.
Love this trail. Started in Green Lane and went south. A couple of times, I didnt think the trail was well marked. Now that I know the route, I will bike this again
Went for a walk on the trail for the first time today, Friday morning, absolutely beautiful scenery. Well maintained path. Will definitely come back. Map does not show where parking is at Northern end. Is it at Masons Mill park?
Solid trail, goes through farmland and the backs of some businesses. Not much shade, but there are enough trees to make you feel far from society. The crushed gravel is easy to ride, the trail is mostly flat, and the mile markers are very convenient.
If you’re coming to Wilmington, this is the place to see. Urban, busy, but in a good way. Connects to two more placid trails by the Peterson wildlife refuge. If you e never been here, check it out.
This Trail is nice and clean and level through a wooded area with Rippling Brooks and lots of wildflowers. Great space for grandparents and active grandkids! Needless to say the grandma was lagging behind a bit.
We started at Biddle Point where the restrooms are open -- info that might be helpful to others -- and went west *almost* to Chesapeake City. It was not crowded, though there were plenty of folks enjoying the trail. As others have mentioned, the path along the canal is flat, flat, flat. However, it goes inland around the Marina and again further west. Those areas are hilly, not bad, but certainly not flat. Factor that into your ride, especially with kids. We started with virtually no breeze but apparently that is not typical. The breezes increased as we went west and we looked forward to the wind being at our backs on the return ride east. No such luck. Suggest folks plan for wind, both in clothing but also in stamina.
Nice flat wide trail. Good for walk, run or bike. We stayed to left at the fork and trail ended at an old train station. Wawa was next door in case your in need of a drink or restroom.
Great trail to get your exercise on. Now it’s tied in with the Upper Bucks trail so it’s about 25 miles round trip. Scenic and quiet. Pass by the Saucon Valley Country Club, large “starter castles” in Weyhill, and ride as you meander by the Saucon creek. I love this trail and ride it quite often. There’s a slight grade going south that you really don’t notice until you head back north. It’s ever so slight but if you’re riding a bike you’ll feel the difference. Well maintained and clean. Highly recommend the Saucon Rail Trail.
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.
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