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This paved, multi-use trail begins at the intersection of Constitution Ave. and Spruce Street, across from the entrance to Lenape Park. The trail extends east along Spruce Street, briefly winding into a wooded open space between the street and nearby Pleasant Creek. After curving back to Spruce Street to pass in front of a home, the trail again veers left, passing a small playground and picnic area.
The trail next passes beneath Main Street under the bridge that carries that road over Pleasant Creek. Although this eliminates the need to cross a busy street, the clearance is only about 7 feet and the pathway very narrow. Signs on both ends advise cyclists to dismount and walk their bikes under the bridge.
Continuing southeast, the trail passes behind several private homes and Pleasant Creek. A couple of footpaths lead into the woods, ending at the banks of the creek, and the trail passes a small dam that is part of a flood control system. The trail then turns leftward, crossing Pleasant Creek on a footbridge, then splits in two. Here, trail users have the option of proceeding straight to Route 152 (E. Walnut Street) or making a sharp right and continuing on a section that passes between the northern bank of the creek and a wetland. This easternmost segment ends at Route 152 near the intersection with Perkasie Road near the borough line.
Though not as long as the nearby Sellersville-East Perkasie-East Rockhill Bike/Walking Path System, the Pleasant Creek Bike & Walking Path is a short and beautiful section of the regional greenway network.
Parking is available at Lenape Park, at the playground near the intersection of Spruce and Main streets and along local streets
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