Brady's Run Health and Walking Trail

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Brady's Run Health and Walking Trail is a 1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Beaver, Pennsylvania that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.0 miles
22 feet

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly



city walk

There is a small men's and women's bathroom located right near the main parking area. It is only available in warm-weather months. Additionally, there is a port-a-john located next to the handicapped parking that is available year-round.

1 month ago

Nice even, easy black path. Great for bike riding with little ones. It was a great trail to teach my daughter how to ride and stay out of the way of others. Access to the creek, makes for a lot of fun. Wear bug spray if you go to the creek!

3 months ago

Flat. 1 mile loop. Perfect for training yourself to walk or run. Sometimes very busy with people and their kids and pets.

3 months ago

If you're looking for a nice paved walking trail I can't recommend this one enough. I've been coming here for years to get in a quick mile or two and the park is very pleasant - lots of nice trees and a gentle creek runs along one side of the path. I now come here with my disabled mother, as its one of the few places I found that isn't too strenuous for her (she can do the full mile loop now!). There's also a small gravel cut-across in case you want to add another quarter-mile to your walk (or cut it short if you're parked at the second parking area).

The trail can get somewhat busy on weekends, and mid-to-late afternoon, as a lot of people use it to get in an after-work or lunch break walk/run. But the path is plenty wide enough to allow for people to pass without issue. There are also men's and women's bathrooms located along the trail (during the warm-weather months) and a port-a-john that is available year-round. The main parking area has two handicapped spots as well with its own small paved walkway that leads onto the trail.