Nottingham Park Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Nottingham, PA 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 and horses are also able to use this trail.
Grate place for horses ,the trals could be marked a little better . But it was my first time there, can't wait to go back.
Great place for horses ,trails could be marked a little better . But this was my first time there .Can,t wait to go back.
This trail is very nice for hiking,biking, and horseback riding!
Beautiful park, would like better trail markings, easier to locate loops.
Nicely kept trails, did get lost a few times with the firebreak paths. Definitely will go back to picnic in the near future.
Nice forest trails with varying degrees of steepness. Not much in the way of unique landmarks other than he feldspar quarry but still a great way to escape into nature for a couple hours.
We had a great time walking around the trails with our dog. It was nice that she didn't have to be on a leash. This was my wife's first time hiking and she did pretty good.
Nice well kept park and trails. Family friendly.
Loved this park, I connected multiple trails to make a loop. No crowds at all. I saw tons of wildlife while hiking the trails.
Spectacular! Very adventure-y!
Great park, large well kept serpentine barrens, like going to a different state, completely different from the rest of PA. The trails in the barrens have ZERO shade so I recommend spring and fall. Rolling hills, grasses and a few trees. if you are not familiar I would read up a little one this unique ecosystem before you go, you will appreciate it more.
There are alot of ticks. The trails are a little confusing but it is a very nice hike.
been here several times to train my dogs for Sar activities. Nice, be carefully in hunting season. I still can't find the horse trails. Picked up alot of ticks in the summer. Nice never seen it crowded. Great place for geocaching.
hope you enjoy, maybe well see you there, if you do you could hide and let my dogs track you down. haha