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Fox Point Riverview Trail is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Wilmington, Delaware that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, trail running, and road biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.7 mi Elevation gain 32 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Road biking

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Paved

River

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Recordings (53)
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Jessica Donahue
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Walking

paved, pretty, easy

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Lynne Sin
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Hiking

It's not an exciting walk but a basic stroll along the Delaware River. However it is a nice walk for those wanting to see the sunrise. In winter there are no facilities open except a single portapotty.

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Jason B.
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This park is well paved and in good shape. The views of the river and boats is a nice to see. Yes, the park is close to the Amtrak and interstate and there is some noise but what do you expect, this isn’t in a national park. The land is a capped dumped site. Good use for land that is basically unusable otherwise.

Jennifer Kalis
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Mountain biking

This little trail is all paved and A very odd location. You have a view of the river and ships coming in which is cool however the other side is the highway. Not very clean but a small paved loop we used to teach our kid on his bike.

Sara Alsaleh
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Walking

Pretty much echo what others have said-weird location, nice view of the river, all paved and a flat weird loop. Probably wouldn’t do it again. I’m new to Delaware and wanted to try some different hiking spots, this is definitely not hiking but it’d be fine if you were just walking around especially with kids. They have little grills and picnic tables too

Jackson _0831
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Walking

I enjoy this walk because you can walk or bike along the Delaware river it is a nice walk but is very short and flat.

Christie Ham
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Walking

Nice paved walk along the river. There is no shade along the walkway so I always plan my walks here according to the weather. Today was overcast and breezy which is perfect weather for this park even though it's 87 degrees.

Lucy P.
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This park has its pluses and minuses. Biggest minus is location - next to the highway and train tracks makes it noisy. Biggest plus is location - stretched right along the Delaware River. Very open with few trees. Major draw, for me, is that frequently big ships pass close by (cruise, container, tugs...) which makes it fun for kids. Also a good place to learn to bike ride as this is not a crowded spot. Yes, sort of a city/industrial location but a nice spot for a winter walk on a sunny day or when you want a change from a woodsy walk.

William Hughes
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Walking
First to Review

The trail is paved and in the open sun along the Delaware River. The park is squeezed in between the river, and the Amtrak Northeast Corridor. Both river traffic in the ship channel and rail traffic on the corridor are visible. On a clear day, both the Commodore Barry and Delaware Memorial Bridges are visible in the distance. I can't rate this trail more than a 2 because the howl of tires I-495, just beyond the rails overpowers any sounds of nature.

Kristen Kubasko
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William Wood
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Jessica Faulkner
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Gregory Zucal
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Matthew Falls
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Gia Uzelac
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Jessica Donahue
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Timmons Outdoors
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Jay Stuart
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Janice J
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Kate Wall
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David Skillman
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Timmons Outdoors
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Timmons Outdoors
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Timmons Outdoors
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Elizabeth Caccavone
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Timmons Outdoors
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Shu He
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David Skillman
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Susannah Bradley
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