Perkiomen Creek Trail is a 7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Perkasie, PA that features a river 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
there were a lot of other trails to hook up with along the way! we were able to turn 7 in 15 miles really without getting turned around. beautiful scenery. I would do this one twice.
A whole lot of fun for everyone with an easy path and plenty of high quality scenery.
There are a few places to stop along the way for food and bathroom breaks.
Saw two deer and a small baby snake.
A well maintained path and location.
it's not a trail, it's a paved walking path. it great for the homes along the path but not so much for people looking to hike and get closer to nature
Trail was easy to access and a pleasant ride. First time out and it was a beautiful day for our ride. Loved being next to the small creek. Others on the trail were very considerate.
Easy couple mile loop around Lake Lenape park in Sellersville/Perkasie. There's a steep hill (elevation change 80ft) right across the bridge over the creek that leads up to the community pool facility. I've seen a few people carrying loaded packs up and down it for training. Nice views of the creek!
I've explored Perkiomen Creek (Menlo Park) from the old Mood's Covered Bridge to the exit by the Washington House in Sellersville, PA. The walking path is nice, however you are subject to other walkers with dogs, bikers and loud teenagers. Geese frequent the area and you might see a box turtle or two on occasion.
Great trail for some easy riding. Very well maintained and is mostly through quiet, wooded areas. There are several good, accesible spots to stop for lunch along the trail in Collegeville and Schwenksville.
This trail is actually in Oaks/Collegeville/Schwenksville PA...the southern end is in Lower Perkiomen Valley Park and the northern end is in Green Lane Park. Great bike ride but pay attention to the signs for the trail in Collegeville as it goes right through town.
The trail is well maintained and a very enjoyable ride for the whole family.