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

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hiking
17 days ago

Gives you a nice little challenge!

hiking
1 month ago

Well Mark Trail, However only one real view. Being from Florida the rocks were little disconcerting but again that’s Pennsylvania. Good for all levels.

Took my Dalmatian and had a good long stroll through history.

Very easy and marked well.

hiking
3 months ago

I only went one way from Washingtons headquarters to the visitors center. in the beginning there was a steep part that wouldn't have been so bad if it wasn't raining. Otherwise it was a very pretty relaxing walk along the river/train tracks.

on Mt. Joy Trail

hiking
3 months ago

Moderate, hilly hike in mostly shaded forest. Pretty popular with a fun option to tour Washington’s encampment. Good for dogs and children.

Great historical walking trail

This was our first visit to Valley Forge National Historical Park and it won’t be our last. The trail is paved most of the way so it is perfect for an easy walk through history. The last mile or so is near a busy road, but besides that the experience was very enjoyable.

hiking
6 months ago

While not especially interesting on its own, I use this trail to create longer out & backs with the Mt. Joy, Mt. Misery, and Valley Creek trails. While there's a few short ups & downs, the Chapel Trail remains mostly flat and shaded, making for a leisurely stroll through the woods.

I went in mid February on an unusually warm day. Lots of people, espically joggers. Trail and historial monuments/places were poorly marked, i believe this is because I went during the off season. Overall though it was nice and relaxing

hiking
9 months ago

Great easy hike! Very cold but worth it. Liked the historic buildings at the end.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Perfect walking trail with rolling hills and beautiful historic scenery. Great training loop for longer distances.

hiking
Thursday, September 07, 2017

great historical hike

Thursday, September 07, 2017

great hike

hiking
Monday, September 04, 2017

A wide, very easy stroll through the woods in Valley Forge National Park. There's not much to see along this hike, but you can combine it with the Valley Creek trail in either direction and turn it into a short loop.

hiking
Sunday, August 27, 2017

Went with first timers and a 4 year old. A lot of incline but we all loved it.

hiking
Sunday, August 13, 2017

The Mount Joy loop trail is well shaded, rocky in places but a fairly easy trail even for children (mine are 7 & 10). It took us under 2 hours to do the 3.5 miles. The trail is obvious and well groomed. No chance of getting lost. There are no places where you have to scramble over boulders or climb. Parking is abundant at the lot off 252.

trail running
Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Great walking or running trail!

hiking
Saturday, July 29, 2017

It is great trail!

hiking
Friday, July 28, 2017

Love this place. For the most part it is easy paved rolling hills but we added the Mt Misery to Horseshoe Trail which added some nice solid hiking. We ended up doing just over 8 miles but you can shorten it or lengthen it to your desired hiking time. A little touristy due to all the historical significance, but well worth the effort to make this trip.

hiking
Friday, June 30, 2017

Great historical hike

hiking
Sunday, June 18, 2017

My daily hike. Mt Joy and Mt Misery.

trail running
Thursday, June 15, 2017

Great hike with my boys!

hiking
Saturday, May 06, 2017

Overall, a great trail. My favorite trail parts were in the woods area.

hiking
Saturday, March 11, 2017

Very nice for hiking or running.

hiking
Monday, February 13, 2017

Heavily trafficked trail. the back side of the trail around horseshoe, and misery were less crowded ave most challenging considering it wasn't paved like the rest of the trail. nonetheless great history and sights to be seen

on Mt. Joy Trail

hiking
Monday, February 13, 2017

Kind of a muddy walk, but the trail is very well maintained, allowing for a pleasant hike on a rainy February afternoon. There are a few great sights overlooking the park that make the steeper parts of the trail worth it.

trail running
Friday, October 14, 2016

Very nice trail for trail running. I parked in the Knox Tinder parking lot and ran up Mount Joy out to route 23 and then went up Mount Misery down to Yellow Springs. Steep in spots and easy to stay on course compared to some challenges I had with Misery. Was raining slightly and saw a handful of others including a Boy/Cub scout troop but had a lot of it to myself. Just need to pay attention to rocks while running and one really fast downhill but overall great trail.

walking
Sunday, July 17, 2016

Good for exercise but not for nature sightings. Not too busy but little shade so it was very hot. Recommend bringing water for the full loop.

Once you get into the woods the experience improves significantly. Outside of the woods trails are mostly pathed. Much better for jogging. Still historic houses, and other sites to see. Overall worth the trip.

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