Explore the most popular trails in Auburn Valley State Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Previously known as Auburn Heights Preserve, Auburn Valley State Park is one of Delaware’s Newest State Park. It is located in the Piedmont’s Red Clay Valley. Visitors to Auburn Valley State Park will discover the history of the Marshall Family, new hiking and paved biking trails, the historic Marshall Mansion completed in 1897, the Marshall Steam Museum, the Auburn Valley 1/8-scale railroad, and much more.

Did this trail last week with our granddaughter. Nice paved trail, great for pushing stroller. Good parking. Can’t wait to get back and try some of the non paved trails.

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6 months ago

Perfect for little kids. Just the right distance for a short hike. Great for dog walking and bike loops too. Can’t wait to return in the Fall for the beautiful colors.

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11 months ago

Very good short trail, paved and beautiful views on this beautiful day.

Nice paved, dry trail, a good choice if it's been rainy. Elevation change is closer to 160 feet, not 84 feet (lowest spot is 190 feet at parking lot, crest is at 350 feet).

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Sun Dec 23 2018

I saw a fair amount of wildlife when I walked this trail. This trail can be combined with some other easy adjacent trails to make a fairly long looping route.

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