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

23 hours ago

Nice bike trail with a good restaurant, Rusty Rail, before you go back.. Beautiful scenery, very easy trail for biking..

Clean easy walk.

trail running
9 days ago

I was really hoping this trail would be awesome...but I won’t be back. It is a flat, paved path lined with train yards and an abandoned concrete building. Not nice to look at and I didn’t feel secure running by myself.

Great trail

Amazing trail and well marked only down side is the price.

A nice, easy walk with my kids and dog. It gets busy on a nice day, but it's a good place to go for a bit of nature near the city.

great trail to ride our bikes on and take the dogs for a walk

Really nice for a walk or a bike ride.

I love this trail, easy walking or biking. So much to see, a lot of historical sights.

Have run on this with my boyfriend a couple times and it was very enjoyable

Good for a ppl who do not hike and who would pay $16.5 for an adult ticket to see something that can be seen for free at different location. I believe last weekend there were over 100 cars parked plus 2 “ coach America” size busses. Over priced and crowded. We turned back , drove 2 miles down the road and hiked for free, lol

3 stars since bathroom was clean

Overrated, commercialized.

Great ride. Rusty rail restaurant at the one end. Beautiful area.

Great for the grandkids. Go on this a few times a year.

2 months ago

nice paved road, great time to hike...

2 months ago

This is hiking for people who don't hike. I do like the place, it's beautiful, but i'm used to much, much tougher trails so it's more of a walk in the park to me. TONS of people (again, just not used to that) as it's a very touristy place. Place is beautiful and very easy to follow the trail. This kind of hiking is good for people with small kids.

Went here back in September. Figured Ill leave a review. First time coming and I thought it was beautiful. F.y.i it is $16 for an adult ticket. Got some awesome photos of the waterfalls. Very clean. It’s not your typical hiking trail. The trail here is more clean, not exactly difficult. Perfect for people with no experience in hiking and want to get a feel of what nature is like without having to work up a sweat. It can be crowded and you will see plenty of dogs. Overall it’s perfect for a family outing. I would definitely go again

very nice

This not your typical nature walk. It’s a sightseeing adventure filled with beautiful waterfalls. Be prepared to climb and descend steps everywhere you go. I think the $16.50 to get in is a bit pricy but this is private land and maintenance on all those steps and walkways must be expensive.

2 months ago

My wife and I love walking our dog here. It's very peaceful and if you like planes you can often get good views of them flying. This "trail" would also be good for biking or running!

nice for everyone. tried the red one took us about 2 3 hours a lot of stairs but very beautiful. be careful where you put your foot don't kill anything

Great views of many water falls.

$16.50 per person. My first time hiking the trail. Crowded, but everyone was cordial and respected space. The hike takes about 2-2.5 hours depending on your hiking level.

2 months ago

No pets aloud! Looked nice from afar but didnt get to actually enjoy it. Stroller friendly. GPS took me to other side of lake instead of Lake Scranton Pl.

Beautiful walk around tidal marsh. With lots of nature to observe. Very unique as you are near planes, trains, and automobiles! Can also see Philly skyline in the distance.

Wish trail was marked a little better. Backside of trail is dirt so can get a little muddy if it’s rained recently.

3 months ago

A nice one mile loop that connects Brush Creek Trail with part of the Graham Park walking path. Plenty of things to do and people to see along the way.

3 months ago

A wonderful walking/biking path in Graham Park. At 0.5 miles and very little elevation, Brush Creek Trail is suitable for everyone. You cannot bring pets into the park, so dog walking is not allowed.

If you like, you can link of the front part of the Graham Park Walking Path to the trail and have a complete one mile walk back to either trailhead (at the fishing pond or the metal sphere sculpture). This is what's known as the "blue loop" on the maps of the area in the park. It's probably one of the easiest one mile hikes you'll enjoy, and certainly one that invites multiple rounds.

On the back side, there is a wetlands area complete with cattails and other plant life. Various birdhouses dot the trail, and you can also learn about the various insects and plants growing to the sides of the path via informative plaques. All in all, a fun and easy walk through a fantastically maintained and pretty park.

Nice place.... lots of birds... nice walk... bring binoculars and bug spray! Boardwalk is nice too!

it was very relaxing with a nice view of the River

3 months ago

Good trail to ride for those with a hybrid bike.

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