In order to make our beaches accessible to all visitors, Delaware State Parks offers beach wheelchairs which are available from 8:00 a.m. until sunset, all year. Passport? Ashley, OH Easy/Intermediate. Yes, The River View Trail, with a surface of packed earth, travels through tidal marsh, passes gun batteries, and offers a glimpse into Delaware history. Open every day and always free, Ohio’s state parks and waterways provide a refuge from the pace of modern life. Delaware loves former DuPont diary properties, none more so than the one that is now Brandywine Creek State Park. Stay alert for a connection to the past, as this trail is open to steam cars! Yes, This short loop trail follows an easy contour over packed earth and rocky terrain. We particularly like the Burton Island Trail which is a one mile (one-way) boardwalk trail with views of the marsh and inland bays. Passport? No, Trail Head: Judge Morris parking area on Polly Drummond Road, The Tri-Valley Trail links three sites: Judge Morris Estate, Middle Run Natural Area (county managed) and Possum Hill. Passport? No, Accessible? Hiking. At the Point Comfort Station lot, a dune crossing is marked and designated for equestrian access to the beach. Horse trailers may be parked in some of the parking areas located along the main canal. Pet owners must honor all park signs that prohibit pets in specific areas. Passport? From the overlook, the trail takes users for another 1.2 miles around the pond, then transitions into an elevated boardwalk for 0.4 miles. There is also a boat ramp if you want to launch a boat and have a picnic. The trail appears to be long for such a small plot of land. Yes, The hike begins in a mature upland hardwood and conifer forest, traverses a small marsh, and meanders through pine forest toward the Lewes/Rehoboth Canal. Ohio State Parks & Watercraft. Paddlers can access the water from the launch located behind the drystack storage near Burton Island. You will traverse rocky terrain and cross small streams all while hiking parallel to the Brandywine Creek. No, This shared-use trail spans northern New Castle County with portions traversing several state and county parks. Passport? April 1 through October 31, daily, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. November 1 through March 31, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lifeguards are available to assist at guarded beaches from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Take the Field Spur (0.3 miles) to connect to the northern area of the property along Polly Drummond Road or travel east from the parking area to join the trail along a branch of Pike Creek. No dogs are allowed in the Thompson Island Area. Nature enthusiasts will discover four species of pine, including loblolly, Virginia, pitch, and black, as well as cranberry bogs. Passport? Not really a trail, but definitely a great place to walk or run. Take the Post Mark Trail cut-off to see the "Post Marked West" monument marking the location where the famous survey team started the well-known Mason-Dixon Line that runs for more than 200 miles due west from this point. No, Trail Head: Zoo Education Building parking lot, This shared-use trail spans parts of northern New Castle County with portions traversing several state and county parks. , 1.3 miles, This shared-use trail is nestled between the Red Clay Creek and the Delaware/Pennsylvania state line in northern New Castle County. Dog must be towel dried before entering the cottage. No, Trail Head: Park Office on Thompson Station Road, This single-track loop trail passes through hardwood forest and hayfields over a packed earth surface. Keep a watchful eye for the park's abundant wildlife. The trail links to the campground, boat launch, disc golf course, dog training area, nature center and picnic areas. Passport? Buffalo, N.Y. 14214 Nature enthusiasts will enjoy the marsh vistas and the many birding opportunities along the trail. The outside spigot may be used but the area must be cleaned of debris after washing. Vehicles and trailers used for the transport of horses must park in designated areas. A disc that comes to rest more than 2 meters above the ground is considered unplayable. Trail users can view tugboats, freighters, and tankers on the busy Delaware River while traveling along a gentle grade on a paved path. The trail travels over packed earth along the forest edge, open meadow, and dense forest. Passport? Visitors requesting to use the chair will receive a combination to open the lock. With over 70 miles of linear multi-use path along an historic canal and additional trail networks and connections across several counties, park visitors have much to see, experience and explore here. Please note: this entire area is an active waterfowl hunting area from October to February. Biking at Delaware Canal State Park 60 miles of trails The 60-mile-long Delaware Canal towpath runs from Easton to Bristol and is part of the D&L Trail, the foundation of the 165-mile Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor The course is specifically geared toward the experienced kayaker. Delaware Park - Trail, Cape Girardeau, Missouri. All other park rules & regulations apply. Portage is required to pass the vehicular bridge on Wooten Road where Raccoon Pond offers placid open-water paddling. Yes, Trail Head: Wolfe Neck parking lot on Wolfe Neck Road, Holland Glade parking lot behind Tanger Outlet Seaside, This trail follows a section of the former Penn Central railroad between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach for approximately five miles, along an easy contour on a crushed stone surface. (716)-838-1249, Beautiful day, relaxing walk, and respectful social distancing, This is a great trail when it's not heavily trafficked. Enforcement action, if warranted, is at the sole discretion of the Division. Yes, This loop trail crosses meadow and passes through a mature hardwood forest of maple, oak, and poplar over a packed earth surface. The fishing is great too. The trail is 8' wide with a variable surface and is open to hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. The parks and trails in the Preservation Parks system are right around the corner from where you live in Delaware County. Passport? Heat, wind,and tide are all factors that can make this course challenging even for the experienced paddler.
Please Note: The Spring Lake development next to the trail is private property with parking for residents only; unauthorized vehicles will be towed. It’s also beautiful park scenery and there are always other people around as well. Passport? No, The Swamp Forest Trail loops around Lums Pond through fresh water wetland forests of Black Cherry, Sweet Gum, and maple. Open fields will be visible to the south beyond the carefully crafted stone walls built by masons in the early 1900s. A sign at the toe of the primary dune will designate this southern boundary. By submitting this form, you are granting: Indian River Life-Saving Station, 25039 Coastal Highway, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 19971, United States, http://www.destateparks.com/park/delaware-seashore/life-saving-station.asp permission to email you. I would call it heavily trafficked. Spot critters, watch for birds and enjoy taking in the fresh salt air just a few steps from our resort. No, Difficulty: Easy … Refunds will not be granted if guest is asked to leave because the dog(s) is a nuisance. Catch glimpses of the Brandywine River and view unique geologic features. The trail begins at the boat ramp and stretches eastward into the dense canopy of this unique wetland world. This trail is ideal for all levels of hiking fitness. (See our Email Privacy Policy for details.) Fort Delaware served as a prison camp for thousands of Confederate soldiers captured throughout the war. The trail turns north just before the Rocky Run Bridge and makes a gradual ascent on rocky terrain and packed earth, into mature mixed forest with Rocky Run visible to your right. After teeing off, the player whose disc is farthest from the hole always throws first. The trail provides a sensory experience of the natural world. No, Trail Type: Canoe, Kayak,Water, 1.4 miles, This non-tidal water trail offers access into the majesty of the Baldcypress Swamp and the treasures that rest within. The observation tower is a popular stop along the trail. (3.4 miles), Horseback riding is permitted on the beach only. Passport? Passport? , 3.5 miles, This trail offers a 3.5-mile loop perfect for exploring the park's open meadows, young hardwood and pine forests, and a view of the Indian River Bay. Trail users will pass through hardwood forests and open areas. 1 throw penalty. The Pinelands Trail was designated as Delaware's first National Recreation Trail in 1981. Raccoon Branch narrows along stands of baldcypress and other water-tolerant flora. It follows old railroad tracks, which make for great pictures, and provides scenic views of the marshes of the park from a few side trails. The trail will cross a creek that flows to Hidden Pond and continues parallel with Delaware Route 92 under a deep forest canopy. A run-up and normal follow-through, after release, is allowed more than 10 meters from the hole. Passport? Please observe the riding guidelines, beach access schedule, parking and crossover connections in the Horseback Riding Guidelines (2.6 miles), Accessible? Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews. Please consult the park map and check trail use markers.
Equestrian Note: Please refer to the Horseback Riding Guidelines. The trail follows old rail beds and canal towpaths on alternating sides of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers. After a long climb, the trail quickly descends and crosses Rocky Run. Passport? Bikers favoring hilly workouts are drawn to the northern end of the state, while the flatter and less demanding courses downstate offer a more relaxing ride. Fishing. In late spring, look along the trail for blooming Pink Lady's Slipper and Beach Heather, with its abundant, tiny yellow flowers. Hikers will follow gentle terrain over a packed earth or crushed stone surface and cross over many elevated boardwalks and bridges. Inside 10 meters, a player may not step past the point of his lie until after the disc thrown has landed. No, Trail Head: Across from the Baldcypress Nature Center, The American Holly Trail follows a gentle grade on a crushed stone surface making it suitable for all levels of hiking and biking fitness. The trail is primarily used for walking, trail running, and road biking and is accessible year-round. (4.6 miles), Trailers and tow vehicles must park in the bathhouse parking located north of Fenwick Island. Rehoboth, Delaware. Beach users can experience the constant change of the marine environment and nature enthusiasts can see shore birds foraging along the water's edge or Osprey circling overhead. Interpretive signs provide opportunities to learn about plant and animal life along the trail. Nothing too special or exciting, best part is the area below the Historical Society. Yes, you can go to the beach in Central Ohio! The course is specifically geared toward the experienced kayaker. Passport? When planning a hike, always check the weather and plan to hike early or on a weekdays during the summer months. There is a front section and a back section of this trail. So much to do and it's in great shape! The grade is gradual throughout most of the hike with steep grade changes as the trail approaches and leaves the banks of Brandywine Creek. The trail links to the campground, Equestrian Center, and boat ramp and crosses the park entrance road. I think it's great to see a lot of people spending times being outdoors and active. For more information on trail etiquette, visit the Leave No Trace website.
Equestrian Note: Please refer to the Horseback Riding Guidelines. From Mulberry Street to Bakers Basin Road, the trail is crushed stone. Connecting pathways lead from Rockland Road to West Park Drive, Augustine Cut-off to West Park Drive, and Rockford Road to Hill Road. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Passport? , Difficulty: Easy to Moderate, Trail Head: Park Office parking lot, walk toward the entrance booth, Beginning near the entrance booth, this trail follows a portion of the Equestrian Trail through the Bellevue Woods Nature Preserve, over a small creek, and along the edge of a large meadow before ending at the Park Office. 84 Parkside Ave
questrian Note: Please observe the riding guidelines, beach access schedule, parking and crossover connections in the Horseback Riding Guidelines Directions; This 111 acre parcel is located along M-25 and features a beautiful sandy beach, nature trails, fishing trails, and hiking trails. Passport? Patty Navy, Officer 50-60 years old Previously lived in: Norfolk, New London, Memphis, Eglin AFB Gold medal. Workout enthusiasts can stop at twenty exercise stations along the trail. No, The Life Course Trail follows an easy contour along a forested path of grass and pine needles. Passport? Passport? Passport? Riders are responsible for cleaning up after their horse on roadways and in parking areas. No, Accessible? Yes, Trail Type: Hiking, Biking, Equestrian The brown foot bridge signals the intersection of Loblolly Pine Trail. In Alapocas Run State Park, the trail is wide has a paved surface. No, Trail Type: Hiking, Equestrian No, Trail Type: Canoe, Kayak, Water, 4.3 miles, Enjoy the expansive salt marsh habitat and wildlife-viewing opportunities the park's bay side has to offer.The marsh islands in this area are important nesting areas for a variety of birds, including Osprey, Laughing, Herring and Great Black-backed Gulls, Forster’s and Common Terns, and multiple species of herons. Passport? No, Trail Head: Judge Morris Estate parking lot on Polly Drummond Road, The trailhead offers two options for access. Passport? Delaware Water Gap National Recreation encompasses more than 70,000 acres and has over 150 miles of trails. Please note: this entire area is an active waterfowl hunting area from October to February. Passport? Mobi-Mats enable persons using a standard wheelchair to have access to the beach. Stroll or ride along 4.6 miles of Atlantic Ocean beach within Delaware Seashore State Park. Trail users will pass through mature hardwood and conifer forests and open fields, and will experience scenic vistas of coastal marshes at the Wolfe Glade and Holland Glade crossings. Yes, Hike south from the Thompson's Bridge parking area until you cross the Rocky Run bridge, then continue down the single track trail to your right. Yes, This flat, loose sandy surface trail offers a glimpse of a coastal pine forest and views of the Delaware Bay, Inner Breakwater, fishing pier, and the Henlopen Lighthouse. Paddlers can see otter, water snakes, and Prothonotary Warblers. Passport? Any reference in the Policy to a pet staying in a cottage or cabin specifically refers to dogs only. A disc that comes to rest on top of the Pole Hole does NOT constitute a successful putt. Extra fees will be assessed for damages to the cottage/cabin and/or fixtures, or if special cleaning is required. and Recreation Rules and Regulations: Please call (302) 739-9220 for more information about bringing your pet to a state park. Passport? Delaware State Forest Designated Campsites Map (PDF) Edgemere Area Designated Campsites Map (PDF) Owego Area Designated Campsites Map (PDF) Snowhill Area Designated Campsites Map (PDF) State Forest Hiking Trail Map. Designated trails and access schedules are subject to change upon review by the Division. Please Note: Trail access in Lewes is from Kings Highway opposite the Cape Henlopen High School or from Gills Neck Road west of the entrance to the Hawks Eye Community. Fort Delaware was critical in defending the Delaware Valley during the Civil War. Please observe the riding guidelines, beach access schedule, parking and crossover connections in the Horseback Riding Guidelines Passport? Passport? The trail surface is paved. Winding trails through mature woods offer a variety of vistas. Designated beach for equestrian use runs from the crossing, south to within 200 yards of the Indian River Inlet. Horses and riders are permitted on designated roadways, trails and beaches on lands administered by the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation. So take a look at our site then pack your hiking shoes, grab your mountain bike or strap that kayak to the car and plan a day trip to the D&R Canal State Park. Take in views of the Brandywine River, Jasper Crane Rose Garden, or use the trail to walk to the Brandywine Zoo. It runs past mature Osage Orange trees to Corner Ketch Road and the highest point in the park. No, The trail intersects the Walking Dunes Trail approximately at its midpoint. Thunder Swamp Trail (PDF) ATV Trail Map. Pets must be clean and free of ticks, fleas, worms and mange. As the water trail forks, continue to the left and the passage begins to narrow. No, Trail Type: Hiking, Biking, Equestrian No parking is available at these access points. Parking is always easy. Passport? The Festival of Lights in Rose Tree Park is open from 5:00 – 10:00 PM through January 3. The trail traverses a boardwalk at Millstone Pond below a geological feature of rock outcropping. It is accessible from the designated trailheads. Delaware State Park is 30 mins north of Columbus, OH. Never throw until the players ahead of you are out of range, and until the fairway is completely clear of spectators and park guests. Passport? The fortress also saw duty during the Spanish American War, where it was the key in a "Three Fort Defense" made up of Fort Delaware, Fort DuPont and Fort Mott (NJ). There’s a stand/hut that has free water and other drinks to purchase. In Brandywine Park, the trail is a wide, paved surface. You may unsubscribe via the link found at the bottom of every email. Interpretative exhibits recall days when fishing and trapping where ways of life for area residents. The Whitely Farms Trail can also be accessed by a connector trail near the Smith Mill Road Parking Area. Tee throws must be completed within the designated tee areas. Don't forget to bring your boat! Yes, Trail Type: Hiking, Equestrian The Prickly Pear Trail is a 3.5-mile loop in Delaware Seashore State Park’s Fresh Pond area. The island provides important nesting grounds for the Diamondback Terrapin. A double-track cut-off trail runs downhill parallel to a small creek from Possum Hill to Hopkins Road. Passport? Experience Piedmont wooded landscapes, spring wildflowers, and wildlife. Nature enthusiasts will also enjoy views of the tidal marsh and of the many birding opportunities available. This flat trail meanders through a mixed hardwood and conifer forest before ending in a grassy meadow near the Indian River shoreline. With 37+ miles of trails, this is a popular destination for hikers, bikers, runners, and mountain bikers! Twin Valley Trail / Arc Corner Monument - White Clay Creek State Park. No, The Twin Valley Trail meanders through mature beech, maple, and tulip forests on a moderate grade. Please respect important nesting habitats and private property along the course and remain in your kayak. Paddlers launch at Savages Ditch Road and paddle along a 4-mile course ending at New Road. The 8’ wide crushed stone trail follows along the Auburn Mill millrace before going down into a meadow alongside the Red Clay Creek to complete its loop. Passport? Please consult the Park Office at (302) 645-8983 for details before entering this area. The other foot may be no closer to the hole than the foot on this lie. The surf fishing vehicle crossing is designated for equestrian access to the beach. Equestrian Note: Please observe the riding guidelines, beach access schedule, parking and crossover connections in the Horseback Riding Guidelines. No, The Millstone Trail follows an easy to moderate contour over grass and packed earth. It follows a gentle grade, suitable for all levels of hiking fitness, over sand, crushed shells, or pavement for 1.6 miles. No, Trail Head: Main parking lot, Nature Center parking lot, or parking lot on the south side serving the screened pavilion, The Pondside Trail offers an easy to moderate hike over a packed earth surface with many side connector trails linking to views of the pond. The grade is moderate throughout, with a rapid descent near the approach of the Hopkins Road crossing and the connector to the David English Trail. Continue on to connect with White Clay Creek Preserve in Pennsylvania or reverse direction and enjoy a downhill hike or ride. Pets must be towel dried thoroughly if they become wet before entering the cabin or cottage. No more than two pets are allowed to stay on any one campsite or designated cabin/cottage, regardless of size. Owners must always pick up after their pet(s) and properly dispose of the waste deposited by the animal. At Cape Henlopen State Park, horseback riding is permitted. Day use only. Call (302)227-7328 regarding rental prices and policies. The trail loops back to the parking area.
Please Note: Gun batteries located along the trail are restricted areas. Ashley, OH Easy/Intermediate. A sign at the toe of the primary dune will designate this southern boundary. Wilmington, Del., October 20, 2020 — Despite a reduction in live race dates and significant safety protocols for live on-track patrons, horsemen and employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 live race meet at Delaware Park concluded on positive notes on Saturday, October 17th. Passport? Add Your Trails. The most notable changes are on the west side of the Brandywine Creek, with 4 miles of additional trail. There are also many trails in the wooded areas, multiple picnic and playground areas, and a top-notch campground. Leash must not exceed six feet in length. No, Trail Type: Hiking, Biking, Steam Car The project includes 2 miles of trail, a pedestrian bridge, retaining walls, benches and trash receptacles. Birding and wildlife viewing opportunities exist for nature enthusiasts as they experience the different coastal bay environments along the trail. Click on image to open full size image. The trail contour is easy to moderate in difficulty. This single-track, packed earth surface trail rambles through a towering mature forest behind the Judge Morris Estate and crosses meandering creeks. It is the visitor’s responsibility to return the chair to the locked area after use and to secure it. Occupants of dog-friendly cottages and Killens cabin who do not have a dog shall be advised upon making the reservation of the unit’s dog friendly designation. Anyone 12 and under must be accompanied in their boat by someone 18 or older. Florida Park Reviews. No, The trail travels through wooded uplands, traverses tidal marsh, and terminates at The Great Dune. Wildlife and birding opportunities await trail users We ask for everyone to abide by the current CDC guidelines for public interaction. Ridge Run, Cayuga, Indian, Seneca and Aspen Grove Trail, Buffalo River: Harlem Road to Ohio Street, East River, Spaulding, and Beaver Island Nature Trail Loop, Tonawanda to Buffalo via Shoreline Trail Riverwalk, Friendship Trail: Fort Erie to Port Colborne, Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve and Environmental Education Center. Only house-trained dogs are allowed in cottages/cabins. Along the boardwalk are two additional scenic overlooks, allowing for views of the salt marsh and beach. Follow the trail as it gently meanders through a hardwood forest, around low-growing forest understory and across gurgling streams. Please Note: The trail crosses an access road for several private residents. No, Trail Head: North end of the Indian River Marina, This loop trail begins at the causeway on the north end of the marina and travels over a packed and loose sandy surface through upland forests and over elevated boardwalks. Delaware Park . Yes, Difficulty: Easy to Moderate, Trail Head: Seaside Nature Center, Fort Miles Historic Area, Bathhouse parking lot, Fishing Pier parking lot, This paved trail is suitable for hikers, bikers, strollers, and rollers. Once you exit the tree line you can view the remnants of the Rockland Mill before returning to the Thompson's Bridge parking area via the Brandywine Trail. No, Trail Head: Sports Complex and Water Park parking lots, The bike trail follows the main access road and runs parallel to Killens Pond Road on an easy grade over a paved or crushed stone surface. , 2.7 miles, Hike or ride horseback on the Equestrian Trail and experience many areas within Bellevue State Park. The D&L Trail is over 140-miles and runs from the hills just outside of Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County to the canal town of Bristol, Bucks County. Passport? No horses.
Please note: Please stay on the trail while visiting the island. No, Trail Type: Hiking, Equestrian The trail is primarily used for walking, trail running, and road biking and is accessible year-round. No, Trail Type: Hiking, Biking, Equestrian It joins with the Loblolly Trail to form a loop. The trail makes a 2.8-mile loop around the Cedar Islands. Passport? beautiful views and an easy to follow path. No, Beginning at the boat ramp, paddle to the east and travel right at the fork. A segment of the trail leading from the Water Park parking area to the Nature Center is accessible. No, Trail Head: Screened pavilion in picnic area, Explore the park's diversity on this short loop trail that meanders along the pond's edge over a packed earth surface. Swimming. This 0.6-mile spur offers opportunities to see plant and wildlife and views of tidal marsh along its gentle path of packed and loose sand. (4.6 miles), Delaware Seashore State Park -- Keybox Road, Daily: March 1– April 30; Labor Day - December 31, Trailers and tow vehicles must park in the Keybox Road parking lot. , 1.8 miles, This Trail loops around the southern part of Trap Pond State Park.
Equestrian Note: Please refer to the Horseback Riding Guidelines. A companion will be needed in order to push the chair through the sand, if staff are not available to assist. The maintenance vehicle crossing located at the southern end of the parking lot is designated for equestrian access to the beach. The trail is wide to accommodate shared use among hikers, bikers, and equestrians.
Please note: Hikers and bikers please yield to horses. The park’s most notable feature is the long, gorgeous stone walls that run throughout and divide it up. , 2.6 miles, Trail Head: Fenwick Island State Park Bathhouse parking lot, use maintenance vehicle crossing, Beach users can experience the constant change of the marine environment and nature enthusiasts can view shore birds foraging along the water's edge or Ospreys circling overhead. Passport? Twin Ponds cut-off trail is located at the approximate midpoint along the trail and returns to the trailhead. Passport? Access is limited to park operating hours (8 a.m. to sunset.). Dogs in Waterfront Cottages and Killens Cabins: NEW. One beach wheelchair is available at the locations listed below. Passport? No, Trail Type: Hiking, Equestrian From rugged woodland trails to easygoing spins along the beach, the Delaware Outdoor Trail offers a variety of bicycling challenges. 1 h 25 m This trail offers a 3.5-mile loop perfect for exploring the park's open meadows, young hardwood and pine forests, and a view of the Indian River Bay. Passport? For 30 miles the towpath trails of Pennsylvania’s Delaware Canal State Park and New Jersey’s Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park parallel the Delaware River. Park staff will assess damage fees based upon the materials and labor required to make any repairs necessary to return the damaged area to its condition before the damage occurred. Yes, This packed earth loop trail begins behind the Brandywine Creek Nature Center. Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy The bike loop trail links the Park Office, Nature Center, campground, beach bathhouse, outdoor fitness area, observation tower, and the Fort Miles Historic Area. The trail passes the Arc Corner Monument marking the point where Delaware and Pennsylvania meet, and an old foundation and cellar hole. The trail will gradually ascend and approach a stone wall bordering an open field north of the Nature Center. The Loop is really nice to go for a run because it’s paved, safe (the speed limit is 15mph and half the road is designated for pedestrian traffic) and exactly 1.7 miles, so you know how far you have gone with out tracking it on an app. Experience the park's nature and quiet solitude along this trail. This section is wide with a paved surface and offers views of the Brandywine River. Delaware Seashore State Park -- Towers Ocean, Trailers and tow vehicles must park in the Towers Ocean parking lot. The trail transitions back to packed crushed stone and continues through an upland pine forest for 0.3 miles before reaching the Herring Point parking area. This unusual proximity – combined with six River bridges that connect the two canals – offers especially easy and interesting trips. The American Discovery Trail follows the northern segment of the Bike Loop Trail from the Beach to Cape Henlopen Drive. Passport? I live 1.5 miles away and run to, around and back from this several times a week. Today, the track includes stations that prompt workout enthusiasts to fitness and stretching exercises. Trail users will experience a mixed hardwood forest landscape. Currently, the park has 16.6 miles of trails. Please respect important nesting habitats along the course and remain in your kayak. Leaving the trail is strictly prohibited. Manager: 14 Miles North of Port Sanilac on M-25. Follow the trail as it winds through pastoral rolling fields. No, The trail begins at the parking lot near the old Whitely Farms. Delaware Park Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Buffalo, New York and is good for all skill levels. 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