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The Struble Trail

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trimess wrote a review Mar 2020
Brookfield, Connecticut199 contributions66 helpful votes
Did a long run on the trail while we were visiting friends in the area. What a nice local resource. As it goes along the river, you won't have any issues with hills and it connects on both ends to other parks and trail systems. Some cool historical sites along the way as well. I was there in March, but I imagine the shade is nice in the summer to beat the heat. On a Saturday morning it was pretty busy.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Anchored to Adventure wrote a review Feb 2020
Elverson, Pennsylvania56 contributions2 helpful votes
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Great flat trail for Walking, Jogging, Biking. Also a popular fishing spot off sections of trail. Trail is well maintained and nicely paved. There are benches along trail to sit and watch the Brandywine flow bye. There are also some side dirt paths used by fishers that you can take to get closer to the water. The Struble Trail also connects to the Uwchlan Trail which is nice to add variety and distance. Unlike the Struble trail, it’s not completely flat. We typically use the parking lot entrance off Dorian Mill Rd & Rt 282 Creek Rd. There is a portable toilet and trash cans are there. My only suggestion would be dog waste stations along the trail.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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TravelsWithMitzi wrote a review Nov 2019
Downingtown, Pennsylvania20 contributions6 helpful votes
We frequently go to the Struble Trail for a walk or a bike ride. It is a beautiful trail alongside the Brandywine River. In the summer, the shade keeps it nice and cool, even on hot days. The trail is fairly level, with only minor rises of elevation, so it is not a gut-buster to bike. It is also asphalt-paved and it is kept in good condition, so no worry about mud after rains. There are toilets in two of the parking lots for the trail.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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cjharrer63 wrote a review Nov 2019
Downingtown, Pennsylvania23 contributions6 helpful votes
Pleasant, enjoyable scenery. Well maintained trail, very polite people and stress free walking. Also, good for jogging and slow bike riding.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Kathryn B wrote a review Nov 2019
Downingtown, Pennsylvania5 contributions
We go to the Struble Trail several times a month. Our dogs love taking long walks on the trail. We've also biked the trail -- very nice, flat 5 mile one way ride. The scenery is beautiful every season of the year. My only complaint is sometimes there are too many people on the trail -- bikers, runners, walkers, dogs, strollers, etc. sometimes makes for a rather stressful walk, but it's a small price to place for access to such a lovely place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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