John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This place is amazing and Joyce at the front desk, very nice and knowledgeable!
Nice and easy walk. It's nice to bring your dog and see the local wild life. It's great for those days when you want to get out, but don't want to do anything too strenuous. It's very relaxing.
Have been going here for decades. I volunteer and love to photograph here. Best place to go and walk.
Nice run here, the aircraft traffic is kind of cool overhead!
Been going here my whole life. Good trails with incredible wildlife. Great place to hike, fish, bird watch, bring your dog. For being stuck right in an urban/suburban area this place is great.
I love the various birds and waterfowl you see on the trail. A nice relaxing walk.
What a surprise! So many beautiful nuances! Love it
Nice views, easy to walk.
Lots of birds, butterflies, and field mice. Beautiful views with docks to lookout.
Incredibly beautiful and relaxing. A pleasant way to unwind after working in the city all day.
Beautiful day for a walk...a lot of wildlife...baby groundhogs ,turtles
Beautiful (free) place to run, bike, or walk your dog. Flat and easy but it can be pretty muddy on the back end of the loop that goes around the lake. So much beautiful wildlife to enjoy.
Little mushy but GREAT!
Cool trails, flat & def walkable. Big lake, water to walk around. Not a lot of squirrels today.