Connecting with Nature through our Trails in Delaware County

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Delaware County is unique in that it is the most diverse county of all the counties in ethnicity, history and economic development. Much of the area is densely populated with towns, city, suburban sprawl, and modern development, while farms and rural areas still exist and wildlife and native plants a trees remain abundant.

The best way to view the County as it once was is through glimpses of the development of our County in the 21st century. Whether a resident or a visitor, an experienced hiker, lover of nature, or a casual walker, you will find many places to explore, walk, bike, hike and even canoe and kayak.

Delaware County is also home to multiple segments of the Circuit Trails, a regional network of multi-use trails in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Currently, there are more than 320 complete miles on the Circuit, and when it is complete, the full network will include more than 850 miles of interconnected trails across our region.
Click here to visit the Circuit Trails website.

Enjoy the experience!

Destination Delco Tourism Bureau