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Struble trail is a great trail to ride your bike on, or do a run or walk. It is in the heart of the borough, and there is plenty of parking. It is a very flat trail, and user friendly. I believe the total distance...More
This is our neighborhood go-to for fun! Great for walking, biking, skateboarding, any kind of outdoor moving about. World class fly fishing on upper section. Can be kind of crowded during the days on Saturday and Sunday, (that’s why it is a four star not...More
This is one of my favorite trails. It is especially nice when it is very hot because of the shade that is along most of the trail. It is usually not too crowded, especially on weekdays. There are several parking lots along the trail, so...More
Moved to this area in mid-May and the first thing that struck me is the incredible amount of trails. Not just the volume, but the way they maintain them. Struble is a fairly easy trail system for all abilities with some great views and terrific...More
The Trail is patrolled by park police in patrol cars and by mounted police.
The mounts were the tallest and biggest mounts I have ever see.
My guess is the mounts shoulder was just slightly under seven feet, and the mounted park policeman sat about...More
Well marked shaded trail for walking, running or biking. Can extend distance if needed by going into Downingtown or going on Uwchlan Trail. Marked every 1/4 mile so great for training programs. I would not use for biking due to all the people on foot...More
This a local trail for me. But it is well worth a drive to get there. It is mostly a level, blacktop, well maintained and used by strollers, serious walkers, runners and bicyclists. It is generously wide, with a number of benches for those needing...More
There's a small parking lot at the Dorlan Mill end of the trail. There are also lots along the trail - one on Shelmire, I believe. Or you can park at Kerr park, walk through the ponds and access the Norwood Rd end of the... More
There's a small parking lot at the Dorlan Mill end of the trail. There are also lots along the trail - one on Shelmire, I believe. Or you can park at Kerr park, walk through the ponds and access the Norwood Rd end of the trail.....