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

Met our expectations Dog friendly Nice mix of paved and off road. Would love to know more of the history

Had fun getting lost. Allot of mini trails out there. Made it kind of a adventure. Would recommend.

hiking
1 month ago

The trail is definitely not marked well, but its an easy place to get a quick couple of miles in. I entered at "pennypacker" trailhead, there is a boardwalk leading you in through the forest. walked a few hundred yards and the boardwalk abruptly stops. fortunately some people were there to direct me through some bushes to picked up the mowed trail. A fair bit of it is shaded but dont expect any views. i did see a bunny though, so theres your wildlife.

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muddy
2 months ago

Great marshland. No trail here.

hiking
3 months ago

Super easy. Right near Parking. Great for young kids nature walk and right next to Exton Park play ground. Good stop over while riding the Chester Valley Trail

hiking
3 months ago

No shade. Mowed grass trail. Good for running. Easy parking. Connects with Chester Valley trail

hiking
3 months ago

Full shade. Dog friendly. Good trail run with mixed difficulties with road portion easy. Wooded sections can be overgrown in summer months.

73° clear, low humidity, great walking conditions

walking
6 months ago

a good place to walk the dog

walking
6 months ago

nice walk.

hiking
muddy
6 months ago

Nice, quiet flat walking trail, with nice views of Exton park and some interesting houses. Trail into the woods is difficult to spot and difficult to follow when in the woods. Markers tend to be brown paint on the trees. Woods has some elevation to get heart rate up. A little slippery with all the rain and leaves

hiking
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

This is a nice find in the Exton area, on an abandoned road with wooded trails and an elevated view of Route 30 and Immaculata University. I enjoyed the flat wooded road, but I did not follow the off road trail as recorded here. I went past a couple of interesting looking houses and an old barn that might belong to the nearby Church Farm School and I continued on Old Valley Rd. There’s a trail past the old barn with elevation that leads to a few other trails. I followed one trail that leads out behind houses on Spring Valley Rd.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Heavy odors (pig/hog farm?) made it impossible. Hiked 10 minutes and had to leave.

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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Relatively easy hike. The main trail is almost entirely flat and runs from Ship Rd. in the West almost to Bacton Hill Rd. in the East. There are a few more moderately difficult trails that run North of the main trail. These trails are subtley marked with brown paint on trees and rocks. The entrance to the trails are not marked. There are several old structures throughout the trails including a stone fireplace, spring houses, and several historic residences.

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