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Not to be confused with the well-known Frick Park across the state in Pittsburgh, the 1.5-mile Frick's Trail is among the newest link in a system of multi-use trails being developed in the suburbs north of Philadelphia.
Located in Hatfield Twp. in eastern Montgomery County, the trail begins at Sterling Drive just north of the School Road Park and extends southeast through an area of open space to Orvilla Road. Following a short on-street concurrency through a development via Independence Way and Downing Drive, the trail resumes off Downing Drive and heads southeast, past a restored wetland into the forest. This portion parallels a creek and a series of concrete "stepping stones" connects the path to the nearby historic Frick's Meetinghouse and cemetery.
The trail's eastern terminus is at a well-marked trailhead off Line Lexington Road. In addition to beautiful scenery, the Frick's Trail connects several communities and developments and provides a non-motorized link to nearby Hatfield borough via the Chestnut Street Trail, to which it connects in School Road Park.
Parking is available at School Road Park and at the eastern trailhead off Line Lexington Road.
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