Marilla Bridges Trail is a 0.9 mile loop trail located near Bradford, Pennsylvania. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking.
We hiked here on a warm day in late December. The trail was traversable but there were a few difficult icy spots. An adult could easily identify these areas but small children who are still grasping the how-tos of hiking may not. The scenery was quiet, quaint and beautiful. It would be an easier hike in seasons without snow or after a considerable warm period where the snow has time to melt more.
This is a flat crushed rock trail that circles the reservoir. The scenery is beautiful and there are often people fishing (particularly in the winter there will be people out ice fishing). The trailhead begins at a covered bridge where you can watch the water cascade down the spillway. Continuing on around the circle you will enter portions of wooded areas and cross two long (and scenic) wooden bridges. Lastly, for those looking for longer hikes, there are a number of other trails that connect into this one ranging from easy to moderate in difficulty, from 3-4 miles in length to 10+ depending on the route you choose.