Haverford Reserve Trail is a 2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Broomall, Pennsylvania. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Within and around the Reserve, there are over four miles of trails. In general these trails are in wooded areas and have varying degrees of steepness. A trail map is available on the Haverford Reserve Trails Website
The trails are easy but not very well marked. It gets confusing in some parts to the point where you're thankful you aren't deeper in nature and in a position to get truly lost.
Easy trail. Perfect for those w kids looking for a "starter" trail.
Nice trails, well maintained and good for runs or walks. These trails are definitely on the easy side and I usually don't see a whole lot of people so it's relaxing. Make your way back to the back woods trail, there is some history back there...
Nice trail around the university. Little off trails and well graveled/groomed.
Very scenic & relaxing. Felt like you were in a far off forest despite being close to the city. My only critique is that the loop wasnt marked too well & it was semi difficult knowing where we were. Im sure a 2nd visit would help to understand the trail better.
loved it here! walked for hours through the trails
This park was an easy and pretty way to get away from the city and suburban life.